Kiandra Heritage Track
Kiandra Heritage Track
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Emanpee
Sydney, Australia2,731 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021
The Heritage Track starts from the carpark beside old courthouse building at Kiandra on the Snowy Mountains Highway. Not very well marked but enough of a flattened grass path to find your way from ruin to ruin and respective information boards. Overall circuit, which includes crossing road, takes around 30 minutes. Worth doing as pass through.
Written 21 February 2021
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Ron T
Ellensburg, WA21 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022
This completely outdoor historical site provides a few physical attractions, including a cemetary a short distance away, but not very many. It has some aging explanations and descriptions about the mining town and its history. It is certainly worthwhile but not "overwhelming."
Written 2 December 2022
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Archaeobuff
Sydney, Australia2,033 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022
The ruins extend over a fair area and what was there that was wooden was wiped out by the huge bushfires of 2 years ago. So not much to see apart from the remains of the stone courthouse and a few brick chimneys. The history of the town that had a very short gold rush of 2 years in 1859 is well signboarded just off the highway. At one of the ruins we saw a group of suits who the attending ranger told us were consultants who were looking at possibilities of restoration - they have their work cut out for them.
Written 20 March 2022
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