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Bonzle users have contributed 4 pictures of Macks Crossing covering the years from 2009 to 2010:

Picture of / about 'Macks Crossing' New South Wales - Macks Crossing1 - Macks Crossing (Contributed by: LouisMilkovits  630 pictures  )
This is "Elm Grove" which is a short walk downstream on the Goobarragandra River from Macks Crossing. It is a former Aboriginal ceremonial ground. It is exactly at the confluence of the Peak and Goobarragandra Rivers. Macks Crossing was named after "Greasy" Mack who lived at this site. The description "Greasy" is reputed to be a reference to the oil-skin coats he would wear for protection from the damp. There is both a ford (the original crossing) and a modern vehicular bridge at this location. There are a number of burial sites at this locality and hence it has a reputation of being haunted.

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Picture of / about 'Macks Crossing' New South Wales - Macks Crossing2 - Macks Crossing (Contributed by: LouisMilkovits  630 pictures  )
Dawn on the approach to Macks Crossing fromTumut.

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Picture of / about 'Macks Crossing' New South Wales - Macks Crossing3 - Macks Crossing (Contributed by: LouisMilkovits  630 pictures  )
Cattle being herded to the bridge at Macks Crossing in the early morning. The country on both sides of the crossing is used for grazing. Shortly afterwards, there is the boundary of the grazing lands with the wilderness area of the northern section of the Kosciuszko National Park. The Goobarragandra valley was initially mined for gold, then used for grazing purposes and more recently has been progressively resumed as public parklands.

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Picture of / about 'Macks Crossing' New South Wales - Macks Crossing4 - Macks Crossing (Contributed by: LouisMilkovits  630 pictures  )
The Goobarragandra River viewed upstream from Macks Crossing.

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