25 May 1895 Reserves 23957 and 23958 at Sackville Reach are revoked. On the same day land at Wilberforce is set aside for Aborigines to live on. Total area was 163 acres, part of which was low-lying swamp subject to flooding but there is some flood free high ground. It wasn’t secluded and Aborigines valued their privacy. (Brook, 1st edit, p23). Little use is made of the land, however, as it is not close to the river. W525. With the boats they possessed at Sackville they had freedom to travel and fish. The Hawkesbury was the “highway” and Aborigines wanted access to it.