By Sue Norman, Beryl Norman, Liddy Stewart
The tale of the Aboriginal humans of the south coast of recent South Wales, the publication explores the connection of Aboriginal humans to the coast and what has occurred to them as their entry to the coastal assets has been steadily limited via eu competition.
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And we used to mince them up, make patties out of them. It was so easy to go on the rocks in them days. It used to be so lovely walk around on the rocks. 3 Jean’s son David remembers the times spent camping around the different beaches and how they lived on Broulee Island. David: Yes, we lived there for three years. On the north west side, you come around this side of the island, and if you go up into the corner, into those big prickly things you should see all our names still there because we carved them into the big cactuses.
29 Mutton Fish Ben and Sarah Cruse and their son Ossie describe the process as they remembered from the past: Ben: While I was at Mogo an old Chinaman [Ah Chin] came up to me looking for someone to drive his truck. And so he got me then to go to a market garden, the other side of Bateman’s Bay, place called Kioloa where he had a market garden and he used to get abalone . . We used to dive for abalone, me and this old Chinaman, for sale. We used to get the abalone and we used to cook it there on the rocks.
I’d pack the kids up at 2 o’clock in the morning, put them in the car, blankets and everything and take them out to the beach for the mullet; I had six or seven of them then. Weekends we’d go out and camp out there save getting the kids out of bed so early, that was our life. That’s all we did. 36 Life on the Beaches Jean Squires, Camden, 1997. Beryl: That was the main food then, fried scones and fish and abalone and lobster. Jean: But you used to make up a feed out of nothing in those days, out of nothing.