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About aacoroad

This is the blog for The Old AACompany Road from Karuah to Tahlee. It contains information about walks on the road, history and other information.

THE 2011 WALK TO TAHLEE A WORD FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT

CONGRATULATIONS!! On Sunday 20th November another successful KARUAH HERITAGE WALK took place. Our congratulations and thanks to all who assisted in making this walk a special occasion. Special thanks to all the volunteers-those doing the many registrations, those preparing the … Continue reading

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The 2011 Walk Press Release

New Press Release – Walk

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PRESS RELEASE

THE BUTTON PRESS RELEASE

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TREVOR’S STORY

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The 2011 Walk to Tahlee

It’s on again! This year’s walk will be on Sunday 20th November 2011. We’ll gather at Longworth Park, Karuah for a sausage sandwich while we register, then we’ll head off in groups under the direction of our guides. When you … Continue reading

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NEW POST ON THE CORDUROY ROAD

Here are some pictures that give a bit of perspective on the corduroy section of the road. The Google Earth view shows the corduroy section crossing the salt marsh to the site of the old Yalimbah Creek Bridge. It would … Continue reading

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A CORDUROY ROAD CIRCA 1830

  Figure 1:  c1830 convict built Tahlee to Karuah Corduroy road (PSC), photograph Garry Smith Whilst remains of corduroy roads in Australia have been found, they are almost exclusively 20th Century in origin. If archaeological research indicates that this corduroy … Continue reading

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