1821-1830

Mr Cunningham explores the Monaro District

Mr Cunningham explores the Monaro District

“On 15th April 1824 Allan Cunningham crossed the Tuggeranong valley where he noted the hoof marks left behind in the wet ground by [Captain] Currie’s party. He found the Murrumbidgee at its normal autumn level and was able to cross near Tharwa. The following day he passed Mt Tennant (which he named Mt Currie) and the Gudgenby River. He described the area as a ‘fine tract of country’.”…

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