Boyd Benjamin. Name of run: Bondi. Estimated area: fifty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities: six thousand sheep. North by mountain range, dividing Mr. Charles Throsby's run: south by Black Mountain, or Coorambocombala; east, White Rock Mountain, thence to the top of Manguatta Mountain, taking all the fall of water towards the Bondi River ; west Coombaroongar range, running north and south, taking the fall of water eastward to the Bondi River.
Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 7 October 1848, p. 8.
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