Parramatta River was an important food source and meeting point for the Burramattagal, Toongagal, Wallumattagal, Wangal, and Wategora peoples before colonisation. Today it’s still a meeting point for runners, cyclists, dog walkers and commuters who prefer a riverside view with their morning exercise. Between Lennox Bridge and Barry Wilde Bridge you’ll find artists’ paving that depicts the bloody battle between Pemulwuy, a member of the Bigjigal clan of the Eora nation, and the European settlers.
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