Queen Gooseberry and Police Commissioner view rock carvings

In exchange for flour and tobacco, Gooseberry takes Angas and the police commissioner on a tour of Aboriginal rock carvings at North Head. Though at first very reluctant to go, she tells them all that she had heard her father say about the places where 'dibble dibble walk about', an inference that he had been a koradji or clever man from that region. (Australian Dictionary of Biography)