Colebee (c.1760-c.1806) was a Cadigal abducted with Bennelong on 25 November 1789. He soon escaped and was later sighted at Manly Cove during the spearing of Governor Phillip. On 18 October 1790, not long after Bennelong and some companions 'came in' peacefully to the Sydney settlement, Colebee met Governor Phillip to conclude a separate agreement and to receive a metal hatchet. He and Bennelong subsequently became the most recognised Aboriginal men in Sydney.
He assaulted Boorong in October 1790, and attempted to abduct another girl from Government House in May 1791. Colebee is said to have often taken part in ritual revenge battles. In July 1805, Colebee and Bennelong, who were usually allies, fought a duel over Bennelong's wife Kurubarabulu. Colebee may have died in a payback battle in 1806, but his death was not officially recorded and he was not mentioned after that year.
Alternate: Gringerry Kibba Coleby, Goungarree, Congare, Kebada Colby, Kólbi. Colebee exchanged names with the Gweagal warrior Wárungin, Wángubile Kólbi.