Geehi Bushwalking Club – Settlers Track Walk, 17 June 2019
The Historic Settlers Track walk at the southern end of Namadgi National Park was the destination for the Geehi Club. The 9 km track took in Brayshaw’s Homestead, Waterhole Hut and the palatial Westerman’s Homestead. Despite a cool start the enthusiastic group of 10 headed out to discover how labour-intensive life was for our early settlers. We marvelled at the drop log fences used to build stock yards and the techniques used to keep out the cold; newspaper and lathe and plastered walls. The level of skill taken by KHA and ACT Parks to restore the residential buildings and the chimneys, both wooden and stone, was appreciated.
Join the Geehi Bushwalking Club on the next outing. See http://geehibushwalkingclub.com.au