During the punitive expeditions organised by Governor Macquarie, principally against the Gandangara, Kogi again takes refuge with his friend Throsby, a friendly settler at Glenfield. Later he moves back east. Goodall and Cadzow Rivers and Resilience, note that his journey is the same tactic and route which Pemulwuy used to escape the Redcoats in 1797 (pp 54-55)
Macquarie may have granted land to Kogi near Picnic Point – his family certainly thought so (see 1857). The land in question remains in doubt until the government requisitions it in the twentieth century.