When we set off the river got quite wide fairly quickly
This is one of the photos from the book we were given with the train line running in front of the Manager's house
There were some signs of where the workings had been. This was the incline where the coal was brought down from the mine and the empty wagons went back up - a lot like the Denniston Mine we visited last year.
On our return we went past our starting point.
The river then got really wide, more like a lake.
This house had been barged down river from the mining settlement. After the road was put in it was left to deteriorate and the mangroves have grown in front of it.
This was the same house when it was still lived in.
We then went to a delightful property where we ate the lunches we had brought with us.
This was the view from the jetty
and the boat we were on.
on the way back we saw these shags on a branch in the water
and back to our starting point four hours later. A most enjoyable day.