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"If you look at Rottnest island, he's called Wadjemup, wedj is the place of the emu, that's why he called Wadjemup. He's called that because that's a Nyoongar word 'up'. and Garden Island is called Yondocht mindijt, [Yondocht not Nyoongar] minditj is but it's not up at the end. if it's got up at the end its 'up' on the end, it's a bit of a statement. Wadjemup, Rottnest Island that's a statement, called, that's a statement but Garden islands not a statement, it's a story. Cos up means 'place of' and Cantonment hill is called 'dwerta nurtup' and it fits in with the story." - Trevor Walley