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For centuries, Baroon Pocket was an important gathering place for the aboriginal people in South East Queensland. In 1843 the explorer, Leichardt, reported that the plain that aboriginals called ‘Booroon’ was the rendezvous for mock fights between tribes who came from near and far to enjoy the bi-annual harvest of the Bunya Tree. Leichardt came across Obi-Obi Creek (thought to be named after the warrior Ubie Ubie) and the site of several bora rings.

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  • November 14, 2019 2:49 pm local time

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