Part of the Turrimetta Headland, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Taken with Canon EOS550D. EFS 18-55mm Lens.
Unlike inland Australia, the coast has an abundant natural food supply. Local Aborigines, the Guringai tribe, lived in largish groups as they didn’t need to spread out in search of food. The Guringai wandered along coastal paths in this area just as we are doing today. Their paths, however, followed nature’s calendar of available foods. When the coastal wattle flowered, for example, the Guringai knew that the mullet would be running, and it was time to go fishing.