In the 1840's the aboriginal remnants of the Barrabool tribes used to go into Geelong every day, but by regulation they had to leave the town every evening at sundown for their camps near Mount Duneed. They were harmless, and even helpful to the whites.
The native name of the Geelong tribe was Wodowrongs. Some of the aboriginal identities of early Geelong were Billy Murray and Jacky Cococoint, from Colac, King Jerry and his lubra, Billy Gore (a wonderful mimic) Gellibrand and Alice his gin, Billy War War and Billy Wiridgil.
From the Geelong Advertiser 23rd October 1936