Saturday, August 13, 2011

WALK OF THE TUGGERANONG BOUNDARY WALL


Stretching its way west from the Tuggeranong Town Centre to the Murrumbidgee River is a 19th Century rural field stone wall that once separated Campbell's Yarralumla station from Cunningham's Tuggeranong. The wall is a reminder to me of Canberra's rural origins and of the resourcefulness and hard work of the men and women who first settled in the area.

This is some video I took today on a walk of the Tuggeranong Boundary Wall...


For additional information Tuggeranong boundary wall and A walk down Tuggeranong Creek.
ACT Heritage Register entry.


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Checking out a scarred tree on Isabella Drive

I know of probably 20 or so authentic Aboriginal scarred trees dotted around the landscape of suburban Canberra. I have posted a few time...