Eora man captured by Governor Phillip, who travelled to England and back, and taught the settlers much about Aboriginal language and culture.
Woollarawarre Bennelongby Keith Vincent Smith, 2013
Thrust into history by his abduction, Bennelong led a tumultuous life, becoming the best known Aboriginal figure in the first decades of European settlement. His story, plagued by myths, connects twenty-first century Australia with the social and spiritual Aboriginal world that existed before the English colony of New South Wales.
Manly Cove, Kai'ymayby Grace Karskens, 2015
supported by NSW Office of Environment and Heritage Aboriginal Heritage projects
Manly Cove was the site for first encounters between people from opposite sides of the globe; the site of greeting, gift-giving and dancing, of goodwill and curiosity, as well as betrayal, violence, justice and retribution.