Parramatta = burramatta from burra = eel; matta = place (water)
Cabramatta = cobramatta from cobra = cobra grub (Teredo); matta = place (water)
Wianamatta (South Creek) from wiana = mother; matta = place (water)
Dural from dooral = thirsty
Marra Marra Creek from mara marra = very big
Cattai from cattai = here (this place)
Toongabbie from toonga = thick woods; bie = belongs. Duungabbie also relates to the white clay found at the head of the river, situated near thick woods.
Maroota from muru = pathway; ta = suffix ta-da related to the actual action of doing.
Yarramundi a name from yarra the crab, which was known to run sideways. Associated with a man on horse back thought to be one complete animal, the people related the word crab with man riding in a saddle, later to become known and reffered to as Yarraman
Woronora from warra = far; ora = nura = place of running water
Yennora from yen = walk; ora = place Yennura nura-wa. Walking on place.
Marayong from marayong = emu = Mariyung, Maugrai.
Colo River from colo = koala
Mulgoa from mulgoa = black swan = Mulga
Kurrajong from kurrajong = tree
Gubbiti = white pipe clay; = Tulla bambal.
Bardonarrang Creek from bardo = water; narrang = small
Source: "Daruganora: Darug Country - The place and the people" by J.L. Kohen Published 2006 by the Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corporation