Pictures relating to Googa State Forest, QLD

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Bonzle users have contributed 5 pictures of Googa State Forest covering the years from 1925 to 2013:

Picture of / about 'Googa State Forest' Queensland - Googa State Forest1 - Googa State Forest (Contributed by: JohnH  3574 pictures  )
Old house lived in by the nursery overseer. This nusery operated from about 1934 to the late 1960s.
There was also a forestry office, truck shed, store room, ranger's house and singleman barracks at the Googa State Forest Station. The site closed in the early 1980s. It is now leased to the Lutheran Church who operate a school camp using th eold barracks as accommodation.

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Picture of / about 'Googa State Forest' Queensland - Googa State Forest2 - Googa State Forest (Contributed by: JohnH  3574 pictures  )
Overseer Jack Hill and daughter hand watering hoop pine seedlings

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Picture of / about 'Googa State Forest' Queensland - Googa State Forest3 - Googa State Forest (Contributed by: JohnH  3574 pictures  )
This was the Forest Rangers house at Googa Creek. In 1949 this camp closed and the house was moved to the site on the main road. A nursery and office was already in place at this site at this time.

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Picture of / about 'Googa State Forest' Queensland - Googa State Forest4 - Googa State Forest (Contributed by: JohnH  3574 pictures  )
Old tanks stand (still in use) Googa Forestry Station. Tanks stand built sometime before 1939.

This camp is now operated as an outdoor education facility - area leased by the Lutheran Church

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Picture of / about 'Googa State Forest' Queensland - Googa State Forest5 - Googa State Forest (Contributed by: JohnH  3574 pictures  )
Old water trough at the base of the tank stand

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