Last updated 2Jul19
Naas Creek 2 bridges site
The Naas Creek 2 bridges (site) span Naas Creek north of the Boboyan Homestead site in the Namadgi National Park.
Location: Bridge 1 – GR 55H FA 78627-31937 (MGA94); Bridge 2 – GR 55H FA 78673-31925 (MGA94), Yaouk 8626-2N 1:25000
• Gudgenby: A register of archaeological sites in the proposed Gudgenby National Park, J H Winston-Gregson MA thesis, ANU, 1978. Site B3. Prepared timber, wire nails, rough granodiorite approach. Both bridges erected by Noel Luton in the late 1950’s. See extracts of the relevant pages in the photos above.
• Sites of Significance in the ACT. A 9 volume set, pre-cursor to the ACT Heritage Register. Published in 1988 (Vols 1-7), 1989 (Vol 8) and 1990 (Vol 9); pp38-43. Site G31. Remnants of three log and plank bridges with rock causeway approaches cross the incised channel of the Naas Creek. The bridges date from the early 1950’s and are farm crossings related to Boboyan Homestead. See extracts of the relevant pages in the photos above.
• Bridge 1 marked on the 1st edition Yaouk map at GR785317(ADG66).