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|Other Titles:||Place name Summary (PNS) 4.4.3/03|
|Abstract:||The Kaurna name of the campsite and waterhole on Sellick’s Creek at the mouth of Old Sellick’s Hill Road. It was first recorded in 1831 as “Cutandilla” by Collet Barker’s search party, probably from the Aboriginal woman ‘Sally’ (Kalinga or ‘Sarah’, later known as Sally Walker) and her father ‘Condoy’, whom they met at Cape Jervis after Barker’s death at the Murray Mouth.|
South Australia geography
Kaurna Warra Pintyandi
|Appears in Collections:||Southern Kaurna Place Names Essays|
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