Our boundary

The Ngarabal (Narbal) people's boundary is the Severn River and the Beardy Plains. Ngarabal people frequented areas of Nucoorilma, Pindaroi, Severington, Black-bird Aboriginal Mission Stations and camps, Arrawatta, Mole River, Marlow Hill and Frasers Creek are important areas for the Ngarabal. Some of the Ngarabal are found in the blanket ration records at Uralla in 1891. The manuscript on the right is William Gardner, 1854, Language Spoken by Tribes in Northern New England.


Reference: Gardner, W. (1854). Production and resources of the northern and western districts of New South Wales, 1854 [manuscript A 176/Vol . Mitchell Library, Sydney, NSW.