The name Darug came from linguist of the period who had assigned
the word Darug for what the people were eating. The name Darug aligned
with Dharramaullen who was the eldest son of Biiami and whom had been
sent to walk the earth and plant the seed of the Midyini for the people
of the land the 38 clans of the Darugule. Nevertheless traditional Goori
people never used names for language.
When visiting the National Park be aware everything you see
before you had been assigned a name long before the history of the world
had ever been written in stone, the elder men and women of this acient
continent gathered and created lore through song, ceremony and dance.
Guyanayalung, Gooyananlang, Guburah, Gooboora, are all terms
associated with circles of elder man of power and wisdom. Buralyung,
Boorooraralyung, are the equvilent of elder women. The huge white gum
tree, that is so common where you stand , that you might need to know
his name, Darani, the Geebung has an older name of Mambara. When you
walk along the guided winding tracks, the trees in the bush are called