Malua Bay, Rose Dale and Guerilla Bay

Tom and his family walked from ‘the corner’, Barlings Beach, Tomakin through ‘little paddock’, over the Burrewarra Point headland, Guerilla Bay, and onto Rosedale. They fished and collected abalones and lobsters along the way [Tom Davis 18.12.2005].

As a child Keith Nye walked on many occasions from Barlings Beach, Tomakin to Rosedale, around the swamp, through paddocks, past ‘Burre’ Point. He and his father often swapped fish for butter or meat from Bill Sellick of Rosedale [Keith Nye 1.3.2006].

Cyril Parsons would take his family on day trips to ‘Burre’ Point, Guerilla Bay and Rosedale to fish off the rocks [Terry Parsons 18.12.2005].

Taken from “Stories About the Eurobodalla by Aboriginal People”. View the full study

Excerpt from "Stories About the Eurobodalla by Aboriginal People", 2006. Story Contributed by Martin Ind from Moruya High School.