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.

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The channel at Moruya

The exit from the Moruya River to the sea