Aboriginal Names of Parts of Port Jackson 

Barrenjoey – Young kangaroo

Bradley’s Head - Burra-gi, Burroggi

Budgewoi – Young grass

Bouddi – the heart

Bumble – native orange

Bumbora – Current off Dobroyd Point

Bungary Norah – Bungaree’s grinding stone

Buttaba – place of plenty

Calgo – The mouth

Careening Cove - Wey Wey; Wee-a-wy-ai

Chowder Bay – Korre

Chowder Head – Garuga, Gorugal

Collin’s Flat (spring Cove near Manly) Kayjamee (local clan)

Crow’s Nest – Wargundy

Dooralong – Timber for spears

Ettalong - Drinking place

Girrakool – Place of flowers

Gorokan – Dawn

Kariong – Meeting place

Kincumber – Direction of the rising sun

Koolswong – Koala place 

Kirribili Point – derived from Kiarabilli Kurraba

Kurraghbenna Point – Between Mosman’s Bay and Little Sirius Cove

Lane Cove River – Turranburra, Turumburra

Lavender Bay – Quiberi

Manly Beach – Kannai (The Kay-yee-my-gal horde lived in the Manly district

Middle Harbour – Warring-ga, Boombilli, Barrabrui

The Spit – Barrabri

Middle Head - Gurugal, Kubba-kubbi

Millers Point - Walumetta, wallumede 

Mosman’s Bay – Gorm-bullagong

Narrabeen – a root word in at least 30 places in NSW, meaning forks, forked, twisted turned about, black or dark

Neutral Bay - Warrabri, Wurrubirri

Neutral Bay shore – Karrabba

North Harbour – Balgowlah, Kunna

North Head – Boral, Boray, Borre

North Shore – Cammeray, Kammaeray. Cammeri, Commeru (Local clan opposite Sydney Cove)

Parramatta River - Walumatta-gal (Walumutta , Wallumede) clan lived on the north side of the river and the wann-gal lived on the south Shore.

Parriwa – near the Spit, Middle Harbour

Patonga - oysters

Taronga - Beautiful view

Warringah - Country south of Middle Harbour

Wyargine Point – Middle Harbour