Lake Macquarie History

Karagi Street

Karagi is an Aboriginal word meaning 'the entrance' (Source: "The Story of the Aboriginal People of the Central Coast of NSW edited by F.C. Bennett). This is the name of a location, Karagi Point at The Entrance, a town in Wyong LGA. Karagi Street was named in the Town of Wyee in 1891.

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