Gooris on the property of the A.A Co live with increasing constraints

In reality the Gooris on the newly acquired property of the A.A Co. continue to live as best they can with increasing constraints placed upon them. Their experience mirrors that of Gooris elsewhere and their response is varied. Unlike the Port Hunter clan of the Awabakal they are not for many years confronted by a burgeoning town and dense living conditions. Rather the immediate needs of the A.A.Co. are vast tracts of sparsely wooded lands for grazing, and resources such as timber. This along with fast growing flocks of sheep, inadequate labour supplies and imbalance of males to females led to a demand for Gooris on its property. (Heath, 1997: 51, Arwarbukarl Cultural Resource Association, ACRA)