Bundle

Aboriginal man who was an elder of the Cowpastures people. As a child he was orphaned soon after the colony was established and is often referred to in early records as 'Young Bundle'. Over four decades he travelled extensively as a guide to coastal explorers, often assisting as interpreter. He also worked as a tracker and native constable. His name was also written in English records as Bondel, Bundil, Bundell. Bon-del, Bundal,or Burreach.

Name
Alternate
Bondel
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Bundell
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Bondil
Alternate
Bon-del
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Bundal
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Burreach
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Burryatt
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Relative of

Sally Bundil

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2020

Sally is probably the subject of the pencil portrait ‘Sally Bundil a native of Kissing Point’ that was once in the possession of Lachlan Macquarie, Governor of New South Wales from 1810-1821, and is now held in the Mitchell Library.[