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Ever wondered why the NSW-QLD border was so idiosyncratic? Here’s your answer in a 20 minute return trip from town. Evocative setting, story well explained in various formats. Much to admire in work of early surveyors. Quite moving.
Our travels to the one tonne post were fraught with hesitation, uncertainty and ambivalence. But I can assure any indecisive travellers considering the pilgrimage to this historical site it is well worth their time and they will not be disappointed with their visit. I was...More
The famed Mungindi one ton post. If you've made the pilgrimage to Mungindi the extra 8km out to the post won't hurt. Don't go expecting the pyramids of Giza though. It is quite literally just a big wooden post in the ground. similar to a...More
This post marks the survey point where the straight line edge to New South Wales and Queensland meets the bumpy curved eastern part of the border. It is the other end of Cameron's Corner and is quite significant. A part of our nations history.