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Bluff Rock is a granite outcrop of historical significance to the area's aboriginal people.


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Bluff Rock was the site of the first conflict between local settlers and a local Aboriginal group. The true story will never be known, but it is believed that the Aboriginals killed a shepherd named Robinson on the Irby Station. The Aboriginals then fled to the rock, chased by a group of white men who caught them and threw them off the top of the outcrop.


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