How could a puny stream produce a spectacular reservoir?
My attention was piqued by a sentence in a Wikipedia article titled Sydney Harbour Bridge. It stated "The concrete used was…supplied from Devonport, Tasmania and shipped to Sydney on a ship named Goliath." What?! No mention of Kandos!
When are we going to acknowledge the truth about Aboriginal custodianship of the land? And what has that got to do with Australia Day?
Browsing through some old papers the other day, I came across a perspex swan. It's the type of pretty, purposeless object that attracts a child and in fact fits neatly into a child's hand. I held it often as I explored my mother's dressing table and examined her trinkets. However, it was a group of… Continue reading Sweetheart Souvenirs
You might be wondering why Kandos Community Centre is the header image of this website. It's a distinctive building don't you think? It's also a hallmark of Kandos. If you drive up Angus Avenue, you can't miss it. Sitting on the high side, it is majestic and perhaps a little overconfident, having been refreshed a… Continue reading Kandos Community Centre – another impressive facility