Thursday, August 16, 2012

A TRIP TO THE GOODRADIGBEE


One for the Canberra fishermen... for others if you travel West from Canberra to Tumut via Brindabella Road you cross the beautiful Goodradigbee River at the bottom of the Brindabella Valley. It really is a pretty and rugged area with the river and tributaries having been stocked with trout for over a century. What caught my eye in this article, apart from the fisherman's tale was the description of the arduous journey from Queanbeyan over Brindabella Mountain, a journey that today in an appropriate car, takes about an hour...

The Age (Queanbeyan) Tuesday 30 January 1906




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