Yuin people believe in the Dulagal, also known as the Doolagarl or “Hairy Man”, a powerful being that lives on Gulaga, the Mother Mountain, or in the bush between Bermagui and Biamanga (Mumbulla Mountain) but also travels down to the coast. It has red eyes, no neck, a long forehead and walks from side to side. Yuin children were warned not to stray far from the camp site for fear of the Dulagal. He is said to be able to draw people to him or put them to sleep and imitate bird sounds. You could escape the Dulagal by burning green gum leaves.
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