In 1815 Governor Macquarie established cattle yards at Cawdor (half way between Camden and Picton), The Oaks, and Brownlow Hill and later at Stonequarry Creek (Picton) to which wild cattle were taken to be reclaimed for the government herds. Other grants followed over the next 10 years, the government abandoning its Cowpastures holdings in 1826, and agricultural development of The Oaks region began.
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The area first came to the notice of Europeans in search of cattle which had escaped from the government herds at Parramatta.
These cattle had "gone bush" and thrived in the rich pastures of this area.
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