Aboriginal man who helped guide William Cox when surveying the Blue Mountains road, and was granted land at Blacktown.
Colebee and Nurragingy's land grantby Heidi Norman, 2015
supported by NSW Office of Environment and Heritage Aboriginal Heritage projects
The land granted to Colebee and Nurragingy in 1819 was one of the rare instances where the colonial government recognised Aboriginal interests in land. The site is of enduring importance for Aboriginal people who trace their traditional ancestry and social history back to this place and is part of the ongoing history of Aboriginal peoples' struggle for land rights.