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b. Manly Beach

b. Manly Beach
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Manly Beach. Passing near Manly a group of unarmed Aboriginal men waded into the water to greet Phillip's small boats. Impressed with their stature and bearing, Phillip is recorded describing them as 'manly', and the name stuck. Despite mounting an expedition several miles inland to what is now Beacon Hill north of Manly, Phillip failed to find a stream. Because of its distance from Sydney Cove, Manly remained largely untouched by white settlers until 1846 when it saw the beginnings of a village. It began to flourish in the 1850s when a ferry service was established from Sydney
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