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Indigenous people called the area Mulubinba, after an indigenous fern called the mulubin.Archaeological evidence exists that human beings have inhabited the landscape of Newcastle for at least 6500 years.For millennia, the region's Aboriginal inhabitants have appreciated the harsh but fragile natural beauty of Outback NSW.Today, you can see astonishing Aboriginal rock art, some 30,000 years old, at sites in Mutawintji National Park at Broken Hill.It is located on the Williams River which flows into the Hunter River 14.6 km (9.1 mi) downstream from Seaham village at Raymond Terrace.It is a rural community supporting a small but expanding population.
Some of the most remote areas in NSW are here â Lightning Ridge, Broken Hill, White Cliffs and Corner Country.
In the ensuing years, the village became a crossroads between neighbouring centres such as Raymond Terrace and Maitland.
In 1838 Dr Henry Carmichael established a vineyard at "Porphyry Point", north of the village.
His discovery of the area was largely accidental; as he had been sent in search of a number of convicts who had seized the HMS Cumberland as she was sailing from Sydney Cove.
By the turn of the century the mouth of the Hunter River was being visited by diverse groups of men, including coal diggers, timber-cutters, and more escaped convicts.