Euros, kangaroos, opossums and yellow- footed rock wallabies
were the main sources of animal food. Bandicoots, native cats
and stick nest rats may also have been among other animal
food sources but due to introduced animals such as foxes and
rabbits, these species rapidly declined in population. Clubs
and nets were normally used to hunt euros, kangaroos and wallabies.
made of 'ildya' and were concealed on animal paths that led
placed on the side of the path and hidden by the brush, or
placed on the path and concealed by dirt. Hunters would hide
while waiting for an animal to pass by, and at the required
moment, they jumped up in an attempt to scare the animal into
the net where it became entwined. The animal was then hit
with wirras. Pits were also made on animal paths, with branches,
brush and leaves that would return to their original position
once the animal had fallen through.