The Eora Mob
The Eora people are searching for seafood in the rivers like shellfish, fish.
Bennelong was an indigenous Australian, he was part of the Eora tribe
This is how the people of Eora would do their art
The Eora tribe is a group of indigenous people of Australia. They live in the state named as New South Wales.
The Eora tribe is in NSW Sydney, Australia, near Parramatta and close to Botany Bay.
Where the Name Came From
They identified themselves as Eora, meaning 'the people'. It came from the word Ee-(meaning yes) and Ora-(meaning here or this place).
The Eora people were dwellers and lived mainly near the sea to hunt for food in the ocean. They were experts in close-to-shore navigation, fishing, cooking and eating in the bays and harbours in their bark canoes. The Eora people did not grow fruits, plants or vegetables. Their traditional territory spreads from the Georges River and all the way to Port Jackson(Sydney harbour), north to Pittwater at the mouth of the Hawksbury River and also west along the river to Parramatta.
The Eora language has been made from the story notes by the original commonist, although there has possibly not been a continual oral tradition for over 100 years. Their language is called Eora or Dharuk.
The Eora tribe eats seafood such as shellfish(oysters, clams and muscles),fish, eels, eggs,snakes, kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, possums, insects, birds as well as plant materials like berries and roots. They get all this food near the ocean and also in the forest.
The people of Eora are the traditional caretakers of the land that stretches along the coast from South Head inland to Petersham. The word Eora was used by the indigenous Australians from Sydney to describe where they came from to the colonists.