Thursday, 5 September 2013

Canunda National Park at Southend.

Aboriginal middens.

Cullen Bay, Boozy Gully, so named because of the tragic death of a Mrs Cullen who drowned here whilst on a family picnic in the 1890s. Her body was never recovered despite an extensive search.

Cape Buffin, Canunda NP

Southend Jetty.

Cray boats in dry dock getting ready for the season.

Salmon Hole Beachport.

Woakwine Cutting. This cutting was excavated through the Woakwine Range to drain the swamp land behind it.  It took the farmer of the property and another worker three years to complete.  Woakwine is an Aboriginal word meaning crook or elbow.

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