- One of the local Wautharong speaking Kulin tribesman that accompanied Wedge said the name for the stream was 'Weariby Yallock' ('yallock' meaning 'stream').
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- Uncle Stan Yarramunua is an Aboriginal of the Wautharong and Yorta Yorta people.
- Wautharong name for Anglesea. The town was originally called. “Swampy Creek” and the name was then changed to Anglesea in about 1884.
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- Six reasons to visit Werribee
- One of the local Wautharong Aboriginal blokes in the group reminded him it already had a name - Weariby Yallock, which meant Backbone Creek. From this came Werribee.
- Wathaurong - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Wathaurong, also called the Wada wurrung, are an Indigenous Australian tribe living in the area near Melbourne, Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula.
- Portarlington – A brief history - Intown Geelong
- The Wautharong People lived in the Portarlington region for years and lived it appears they lived on the mussels which the town is now so famous for.
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