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Based on 35 years of experience in the valley, Cameron Archer shares the secrets, delights and details of Dorothea mackellar special place - from Morpeth in the south, right through to the very cradle of the valley in the high country of Mount Allyn in the Barrington Tops National Park.

A well documented observation of Indigenous contact with European settlers in the Paterson and Gresford districts, from Tinkler named his property Portnahinch.

For the song, see My Country Midnight Oil song. Suddenly, after emerging from a tortuous mountain track, we come in full view of the magnificent estuary of Broken Bay or Pitt Water, running nine miles inland, with water enough for the largest man of war: Arrived there, he began hastily selecting some of the darkest leaves of a plant which I now observed grew very thickly on the margin of, and even in the water.

He may have been a mile away, from Wilson's house.

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Isherwood set about painting a series of oils based on the watercolours which were exhibited at the Artarmon Galleries in Sydney in The road winds round the lagoon for a mile or so, and you then pass over the spur of a hill, from which a splendid view is obtained of the ocean and the coast as far as Long Reef.

This back water extends inland quite out of sight, but is a perfect level sand all over, and, if not fordable, can be crossed by the bar of sand which shuts it out from the sea. He was on the top of the hill, a good distance from where he was at work.

The third series of old photos of Paterson and district. Cannot recollect whether there was any rain on the Thursday. The road from Farrell's to the flagstaff has not the sea in view, being amongst bush and steep gullies, over picturesque murmuring creeks.

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Can it be that, like the islands in the Pacific have been said to have been, this particular portion of the territory of New South Wales has been peopled by the sole survivors of awful wrecks, by men supposed by anxious friends to have been drowned years ago, and who now turn up mysteriously in this unknown land.

The new power will be run as a pilot program with internal evaluations after 12 months. The book concludes with an account of the death of a man in Paterson during a riot associated with the election, and the trial of his assailant.

The NSW government must step in and take responsibility for public health and safety. This new book reveals the rise and fall of a dynasty. But it was now time to move, and, to my utter astonishment, Tom came forward fully booted and prepared.

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A reward for the discovery of the offenders and the presence of a well mounted policeman in tho district would probably lead to good results ; and, above all, in case of conviction, a punishment that shall remove them from the district for some years.

InGunnedah resident Mikie Maas created the "Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards", which has grown into a nationwide poetry competition for Australian school students.

Mackellar, Charles Kinnaird

New Season for Sailability Pittwater Sailability Pittwater is a volunteer organisation which provides sailing for people with a disability. The description is capably written, and the illustrations, lithographed by Messrs. He took about three nobblers in a Husk to Farrell's.

Dorothea Mackellar, 'Core of My Heart' (My Country)

Details the lead up to the election, the first held in New South Wales. The paddock was now clear of all undergrowth, and, as a goodly cluster of large trees, the remnants of the former occupants of the soil, had been left standing round the house, it had an exceedingly pretty and picturesque appearance, its white sides gleaming out markedly from amongst the bright green of the shrubs around it, and the dark and sombre verdure of the forest monarchs that overshadowed it.

If I didn't it would soon be impassable. The said Farm is well supplied with water in the driest season. Her pitiless blue sky, When sick at heart, around us, We see the cattle die - But then the grey clouds gather, And we can bless again The drumming of an army, The steady, soaking rain.

Dorothea Mackellar Resources Welcome to the Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards a unique national project, giving Australia's youth a voice and an opportunity to strive for excellence in literature.

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Dorothea Mackellar Dunara, Mackellar's childhood home in Point Piper Isobel Marion Dorothea Mackellar (better known as Dorothea Mackellar), OBE (1 July – 14 January ) was an Australian poet and fiction writer. [1]. Dunara, Mackellar's childhood home in Point Piper Isobel Marion Dorothea Mackellar (better known as Dorothea Mackellar), OBE (1 July – 14 January ) was an Australian poet and fiction writer.

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Keith Kinnaird Mackellar was an older brother to poet Dorothea Mackellar, and was the only Australian soldier whose remains were brought back to Australia of .

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