Wednesday, 23 April 2008
Nelligan, 0n the Clyde River, 10 kms upsteam from Batemans Bay was a thriving metropolis in its heyday in the mid 19th century and early 20th centuries. It was a port servicing the hinterland, where timber-getting and gold mining were the main activities.
These days it's a very sleepy hamlet which attracts fisher-folk, day cruisers from Batemans Bay and the odd passing motorist looking for a cup of tea.
Usually getting around this small rock platform to Boatshed Beach could mean getting your toes damp at high tide. At low tide, it's v...
This house, visible from Larry's Mountain Road, off the Princes Highway to the north of Moruya, sits on the banks of Mullenderee Cree...
Jimmy's Island, Rosedale We first holidayed in beautiful Rosedale (see map) in January 1987, and apart from a few years away when...