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So it begins..”Mt Morris” Station and “her” people are introduced….

It is hard to know where to begin with our home, “Mt Morris” Station, Charleville Queensland. Throughout the research on this beautiful station, it is evident that so many people, so many families of bygone eras have all contributed in … Continue reading

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“Mt Morris” rainfall records…read more and learn more!

“Mt Morris” Station has been officially recording rainfall and river heights since 1886 – some 126 years “officially“! However some 20 years prior to this “official” recording there were also records kept. “Mt Morris” Station was settled in 1866, as … Continue reading

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Mt Morris, steeped in a rich history – lets start at the beginning..

Aboriginal communities living along the rivers  cut the bark from trees to build canoes. This practice is not uncommon in Australia.  Most people know these large “scars” as “Canoe Trees”. While the bark was  still fresh with moisture, it was  easily able to … Continue reading

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Home Grown Human Protector – Mt Morris uniqueness strikes again!

“Giggard” on the hunt”! May 2012   Home grown human protector! Yep, that’s what we have here at home. I have written elsewhere about our resident “Giggard”. “Giggard” – who is a substantial sized goanna, earned his nick name from our … Continue reading

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