Records Relating to Tasmanian Aboriginal People from the Archives Office of Tasmania "Brief Guide.
The Tyerrernotepanner 'Stony Creek' clan The Tyerrernotepanner (Chera-noti-pana) were known to colonial people as the Stony Creek Tribe, named eponymously from the small southern tributary of the South Esk at Llewellyn, west of modern-day Avoca.
Sir Robert Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, Institute of Commonwealth Studies.
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Similarly, Reibey's Ford, near modern-day Hadspen, was a known 'resort of the natives' and they named this site moorronnoe.

His photographs mark historical sites, events and figures of great significance to Tasmanian and mainland Aboriginal people, and speak to their struggle in a subtle, poetic, and powerful way.' Modern painting in Tasmania is starting to use techniques shared by indigenous art in mainland Australia.
The Companion to Tasmanian History.
From this we can be certain that there were three major clan divisions, described by colonials as the Port Dalrymple Tribe (Leterrermairrener Clan at the Tamar River; Pennyroyal Creek Tribe (Panninher at Norfolk Plains; and the Stony Creek Tribe (Tyrrernotepanner at Campbell Town.