"The fact the skull is in good condition and found alone could easily point to it coming from a private collection and skulls were very popular with collectors in the 19th century." Dutch explorers arrived in the north and west of Australia in the early 1600s, though Captain Cook is believed to be the first white person to have reached the east coast.
He arrived in April 1770 and claimed the coast for Britain four months later.
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The big oyster was built due to oysters being their local produce from the Manning River, however the bussiness who built it was unsuccessful and it is now a car dealership.
Taree has great holiday accommodation including bed and breakfasts, farmstays, motels, resorts, caravan parks and tourist parks.
"If the skull does pre-date British settlement, it may be a tragic yet fascinating clue to the little-known history of early interactions between First Australians and the outside world,” said Cassie Mercer, an Australian historical researcher.
» Click Here For A List Of Accommodation Taree is a town in the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, it is approximately 3 hours north of Sydney and 1 hour south of Port Macquarie, it is situated on the beautiful Manning River.