The vine and the tree are both struggling to exist. As the tree gets wider the vine cannot let go of its hold
Part of the Great Dividing Range that separated the coast from the rich ore deposits of Mt Perry
Ore Battery Mt Perry
The ore battery crushed quartz to sand and dust to allow the copper and gold from being extracted
Built in the 1860 the homestead is a marvel of bush carpentry. Made of timber slabs it is furniture from the same period. it gives the visit a genuine experience of what settler life was like in the Queensland Bush.
The Bat Tunnel
Walking into a 200m tunnel built in 1860 and now the roosting site of Little Bent Wing Bats
Nobody is Home
The cottage is abandoned long ago but it still portrays a life lived in the Queensland Bush
The Lost Soldiers Penny were presented to families to mark the loss of their men in the Great War
RM the Horseman
laurel and Tiffany in front of one of the displays at the RM Williams Bush Craft Centre.
This 150 year old homestead is still in its original location on the banks of the Upper Burnett River. As soon as you walk into the Timber Slab and Shingle building you step into another era - Hard work - Tough conditions - Making the most of what you have.
This Historical Gem is a must see for tourists wanting a explore Queensland more completely.
You will see this and much more like it on the Whip Crackin Good Time Tour.