The Sands of Yellow Rock
A Kingcroft Production
Filmed in the Wollombi Brook Catchment of the Hunter Valley of N.S.W., Australia.
Featuring the work of the HUNTER VALLEY RESEARCH FOUNDATION
This film is inscribed to the memory of the Pioneers of the Wollombi
Their Faith, Courage and Tenacity still live in the spirit of research.
This film was made possible by the generous co-operation of THE MILK BOARD OF N.S.W.
From an original theme by PROFESSOR C. RENWICK, Director – Hunter Valley Research Foundation
Supervision: W.S. PATON Milk Board of N.S.W.
Musical Score: JOHN ANTILL
Procued by JOHN KINGSFORD SMITH
Photographed and Directed by JACK GARDINER
Commentary: DAVID LOW
Title: Sands of yellow rock.
Published: N.S.W. Milk Board, 1959.
Medium: 16mm Film [motion picture]
Physical Description: 22 min. : col.
Hunter Valley Research Foundation.
SUMMARY: Surveys the decay and decline of the Wollombi Valley area, N.S.W., and shows the investigations carried out by the Hunter Valley Research Foundation. Indicates methods used to check erosion and flooding.
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I remember a follow up to this film showing the success of the program. I believe it was called “Along the Wollombi”.