Bulli Mountain

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Looking Back history feature: Bulli Mountain’s Cataract City

Originally posted on Looking Back:
Cataract City 1905 By MICK ROBERTS © Cataract City’s main street 1905 WORK on constructing the Cataract Dam, 10kms west of Bulli, was well underway to supply water to a thirsty Sydney in 1905. A temporary township, with a daily garbage collection service and environmental safeguards well ahead of its…

Sherbrooke’s history revealed

HAVE you ever wondered what the original Bulli or Thirroul was like in its infancy? Or have you ever heard of the village of Sherbrooke on the Bulli Mountain? The region’s history will come alive with a program of ghost tours, open days, exhibitions, a film launch and lecture during the Wollongong Heritage Festival 2014. … Continue reading

Looking Back: The Lost Village

By MICK ROBERTS. A FEW rusted corrugated water tanks scattered amongst the leftovers of English ornamental gardens, stone walls and twisted barbed wire are all that remain of the pretty little village of Sherbrooke on Bulli Mountain. The settlement, a couple of kilometres west of the summit of Bulli Pass, is no more – given … Continue reading

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