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12 November 2016

Old postcards of Jervis Bay.

Moona Creek Footbridge built in 1926…swept away by floods a number of times. Continue reading about Moonee Creek or Moona as the locals call it. 


If your walking around the foreshore on the northern side of the creek, keep an eye peeled for the remains of some of the old footbridge stumps that are still surviving 90 years later. They can still be seen poking out of the rocks at low tide. If you follow the link above you will see a couple of photograps that will give you a hint what to look out for…


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