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Name:
Annie Rowan Creek *
Description:

Is a perennial stream rising about 2km south east of Mount Cameron. It flows generally north for about 9km into the Wolgan River about 1.5km south west of Mount Morgan. It first appeared on the map Parish of Barton, 1884.  At the junction of the Wolgan River and Annie Rowan Creek is the feature known as (see) Binnings Hole. It is most likely Annie Rowan was the sister of Walter Rowan who died on 3rd November 1858, aged 40. Rowans Hole was named after Walter Rowan. Ref: NSW BDM Rego No. 5413/1858 and Old Catholic Cemetery, North Street, Nowra records.

Maps:
  • Rock Hill and Mount Morgan
Grid Reference:
  • 552 127 headwaters
  • 561 206 junction
Location:
Wollemi National Park
Status:
Protected
Related Names:
Walks:
  • GOS2.26.1: The Totem Pole
  • GOS2.26.2: The Totem Pole
Photos:
 - Annie Rowan Creek

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