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Bush road in Yengo National Park that began as an Aboriginal pathway. It runs from Boree Arm at the northern end of Wallambine, St Albans Common northwards to Big Boree and beyond, branching as the Boree Valley Road to Yengo in the west and Corobare/Wollombi in the east as it approaches the Hunter catchment. It was a major route and songline from the Hawkesbury River (Dyarubbin) via the Macdonald River (Gunanday) to Kukyun, the Hunter River. Boree, a grassy oasis in the sandstone labyrinth, on the Boree track to Yengo, was a long-remembered corroboree ground.