Bereewan was the name of the first aboriginal Governor Phillip’s party had contact with when they travelled overland in 1791.
A park in Windsor, New South Wales adjacent to Windsor Railway Station and lying between Church Street, Bell Street and George Street.
The park is managed by Hawkesbury City Council and is on the same portion of land as Windsor Presbyterian Cemetery. The park is spelt Beerewan Park in the HCC Schedule of Lands.
View from Windsor Railway Station platform looking over Windsor Presbyterian Cemetery and Beerewan Park. Cathy McHardy March 2018.
Read about Bereewan on page 62 of Tim Flannery’s book The Explorers
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