Report on The Entrance To The Macleay River (1890)

    Acknowledgment of Aboriginal Country The Dunghutti people are the traditional custodians of the land surrounding the Macleay River catchment and the Apsley River catchment. This work respectfully honours the First Australian People, the Aboriginal People of this land. DOWNLOAD Macleay River report on entrance to. by Sir John Coode. Sydney : George Stephen … More Report on The Entrance To The Macleay River (1890)

Convict Era Tunnel (c1816) and Brick Culvert (c1850s)

During his presentation at the 2012 National Trust Forum on Innovation and Invention Mr Bill Jordan introduced us to a convict era tunnel dating from around 1816 that lies beneath Church Street, Newcastle (Australia). He believes that it is the oldest example of Australian civil engineering works still in use to this day and quite … More Convict Era Tunnel (c1816) and Brick Culvert (c1850s)

The Moriarty 1858 Plan

Thank you to Mr Rod Caldwell who kindly arranged for his personal copy to be digitised and provided for us to publish to the wider research community. The full report can be accessed in a number of formats: Legislative Assembly. New South Wales. Breakwater at Stockton. (Report of Mr. Moriarty Upon Advisability of.) Ordered by … More The Moriarty 1858 Plan