Bungaree invites French visitors Dumont d’Urville and Rene Lesson to a “great gathering of tribes” at the old Brickfields ground in Sydney. This includes Aboriginal people from Windsor on the Hawkesbury River, Broken Bay and the Hunter River. Each group is painted in distinguishing designs and each is headed by a “Chief”. The guilty stand trial by spear and club. There is “general fighting…with admirable order”. (Karskens, 446).