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After the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
After the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
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  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:40:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'44"S - 152°16'57"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images The Rumba Dump fire burned down the Bulga Plateau escarpment from Tapin Tops to the small village of Bobin, west of Wingham, NSW, on Friday 8th November 2019. The fire arrived with immense fury, several days before any statewide catastrophic fire day declarations were made, burning across cleared paddocks and along tree lined roads and through forests. When it reached Bobin Village it was unmanageble and at least 18 homes were lost as well as most of Bobin Primary School. It was miraculous that the school's library buiding was saved. Across the road, the Bobin School of Arts building was also left untouched. The large pile of rubbish seen in this image is the burnt remains of all the homes and outbuildings that burned here in Bobin. Council had apparently already removed numerous truckloads of the burned waste from this site and as I understand it they will soon remove all that remains here.
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After the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
After the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:38:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'43"S - 152°16'56"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images The Rumba Dump fire burned down the Bulga Plateau escarpment from Tapin Tops to the small village of Bobin, west of Wingham, NSW, on Friday 8th November 2019. The fire arrived with immense fury, several days before any statewide catastrophic fire day declarations were made, burning across cleared paddocks and along tree lined roads and through forests. When it reached Bobin Village it was unmanageble and at least 18 homes were lost as well as most of Bobin Primary School. It was miraculous that the school's library buiding was saved. Across the road, the Bobin School of Arts building was also left untouched. The large pile of rubbish seen in this image is the burnt remains of all the homes and outbuildings that burned here in Bobin. Council had apparently already removed numerous truckloads of the burned waste from this site and as I understand it they will soon remove all that remains here.
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After the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
After the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:39:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'43"S - 152°16'57"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images The Rumba Dump fire burned down the Bulga Plateau escarpment from Tapin Tops to the small village of Bobin, west of Wingham, NSW, on Friday 8th November 2019. The fire arrived with immense fury, several days before any statewide catastrophic fire day declarations were made, burning across cleared paddocks and along tree lined roads and through forests. When it reached Bobin Village it was unmanageble and at least 18 homes were lost as well as most of Bobin Primary School. It was miraculous that the school's library buiding was saved. Across the road, the Bobin School of Arts building was also left untouched. The large pile of rubbish seen in this image is the burnt remains of all the homes and outbuildings that burned here in Bobin. Council had apparently already removed numerous truckloads of the burned waste from this site and as I understand it they will soon remove all that remains here.
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After the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
After the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:38:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'43"S - 152°16'57"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images The Rumba Dump fire burned down the Bulga Plateau escarpment from Tapin Tops to the small village of Bobin, west of Wingham, NSW, on Friday 8th November 2019. The fire arrived with immense fury, several days before any statewide catastrophic fire day declarations were made, burning across cleared paddocks and along tree lined roads and through forests. When it reached Bobin Village it was unmanageble and at least 18 homes were lost as well as most of Bobin Primary School. It was miraculous that the school's library buiding was saved. Across the road, the Bobin School of Arts building was also left untouched. The large pile of rubbish seen in this image is the burnt remains of all the homes and outbuildings that burned here in Bobin. Council had apparently already removed numerous truckloads of the burned waste from this site and as I understand it they will soon remove all that remains here.
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Bobin School of Arts Hall, 4 Months after the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
Bobin School of Arts Hall, 4 Months after the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:36:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'45"S - 152°16'57"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images The Rumba Dump fire burned down the Bulga Plateau escarpment from Tapin Tops to the small village of Bobin, west of Wingham, NSW, on Friday 8th November 2019. The fire arrived with immense fury, several days before any statewide catastrophic fire day declarations were made, burning across cleared paddocks and along tree lined roads and through forests. When it reached Bobin Village it was unmanageble and at least 18 homes were lost as well as several classrooms and ofices of 1883 built Bobin Primary School. It was miraculous that the school's library buiding was saved. Across the road, the Bobin School of Arts building, seen in this image, was also was left untouched.
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New Demountable Buildings Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin Primary School, West of Wingham NSW, 8th November 2019
New Demountable Buildings Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin Primary School, West of Wingham NSW, 8th November 2019
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:36:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'45"S - 152°16'56"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images On Friday 8th November 2019 around 12.30 to 1 pm, several days before any statewide *catastropic fire day declaration, a fire which came to be known as the Rumba Dump fire arrived here in Bobin Village having burned rapidly through forest from Caparra just south East of Bobin. The Rumba Dump fire had originated in Tapin Tops after a lightning strike ignited vegetation in an area known as Rumba Dump and had been burning for several weeks. Bobin, a small community with a Primary School, School of Arts Hall and scattered homes and outbuildings, saw the fire arrive with such fury that residents had little chance to prepare for anything other than to leave their properties to burn. And burn they did. Bobin village and nearby areas lost 18 homes, many outbuildings and all told at least 100 properties suffered some damage. Apart from human trauma damage to fences and death of stock animals were also significant impacts of this fire. Miraculously Bobin School Library building survived, as seen here in the centre of the photo. Reports from local residents confirm that the school burned in the space of just 30 minutes. A helicopter had been in the area and residents only became aware of the approaching danger when the helicopter began sounding warning sirens, Two local brigades, one from Elands and the other from Bobin were soon on the scene however a large fallen burning tree prevented several other brigades from getting through from Wingham until the large tree could be removed from the road. Regrettably no aerial support water bombers were available at the time to fight the Bobin fire. It was indeed fortunate that despite the speed with which the fire passed through the area no lives were lost. The classrooms either side of the surviving Library building in the centre of the school that burned down were replaced by demountable classrooms during the January 2020 school holidays. The large Camphor Laurel tree that had stood in front of the Library, while unburned to any extent, was ultimately removed and residents asked that the stump be retained on site. It was moved about 20 metres east of the school and can be seen on the right of the image above. In the period that the school was closed from November 8th till the end of the 2019 school year students attended Wingham Public School, known locally as Murray Road, on the western outskirts of Wingham. It was a gut decision by the Bobin School Principal that potentialy saved the lives of the school's 17 students. The previous afternoon, before the fire came through, the principal had demanded that the school be closed the next day and that permission had been granted by district office. *The first declaration of a catastrophic fire day warning was made on 12th November 2019 with a subsequent declaration on 22nd December 2019.
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New Demountable Buildings Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin Primary School, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
New Demountable Buildings Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin Primary School, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:34:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'43"S - 152°16'58"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images On Friday 8th November 2019 around 12.30 to 1 pm, several days before any statewide *catastropic fire day declaration, a fire which came to be known as the Rumba Dump fire arrived here in Bobin Village having burned rapidly through forest from Caparra just south East of Bobin. The Rumba Dump fire had originated in Tapin Tops after a lightning strike ignited vegetation in an area known as Rumba Dump and had been burning for several weeks. Bobin, a small community with a Primary School, School of Arts Hall and scattered homes and outbuildings, saw the fire arrive with such fury that residents had little chance to prepare for anything other than to leave their properties to burn. And burn they did. Bobin village and nearby areas lost 18 homes, many outbuildings and all told at least 100 properties suffered some damage. Apart from human trauma damage to fences and death of stock animals were also significant impacts of this fire. Miraculously Bobin School Library building survived, as seen here in the centre of the photo. Reports from local residents confirm that the school burned in the space of just 30 minutes. A helicopter had been in the area and residents only became aware of the approaching danger when the helicopter began sounding warning sirens, Two local brigades, one from Elands and the other from Bobin were soon on the scene however a large fallen burning tree prevented several other brigades from getting through from Wingham until the large tree could be removed from the road. Regrettably no aerial support water bombers were available at the time to fight the Bobin fire. It was indeed fortunate that despite the speed with which the fire passed through the area no lives were lost. The classrooms either side of the surviving Library building in the centre of the school that burned down were replaced by demountable classrooms during the January 2020 school holidays. The large Camphor Laurel tree that had stood in front of the Library, while unburned to any extent, was ultimately removed and residents asked that the stump be retained on site. It was moved about 20 metres east of the school and can be seen on the right of the image above. In the period that the school was closed from November 8th till the end of the 2019 school year students attended Wingham Public School, known locally as Murray Road, on the western outskirts of Wingham. It was a gut decision by the Bobin School Principal that potentialy saved the lives of the school's 17 students. The previous afternoon, before the fire came through, the principal had demanded that the school be closed the next day and that permission had been granted by district office. *The first declaration of a catastrophic fire day warning was made on 12th November 2019 with a subsequent declaration on 22nd December 2019.
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New Demountable Buildings Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin Primary School, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
New Demountable Buildings Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin Primary School, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:35:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'45"S - 152°16'57"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images On Friday 8th November 2019 around 12.30 to 1 pm, several days before any statewide *catastropic fire day declaration, a fire which came to be known as the Rumba Dump fire arrived here in Bobin Village having burned rapidly through forest from Caparra just south East of Bobin. The Rumba Dump fire had originated in Tapin Tops after a lightning strike ignited vegetation in an area known as Rumba Dump and had been burning for several weeks. Bobin, a small community with a Primary School, School of Arts Hall and scattered homes and outbuildings, saw the fire arrive with such fury that residents had little chance to prepare for anything other than to leave their properties to burn. And burn they did. Bobin village and nearby areas lost 18 homes, many outbuildings and all told at least 100 properties suffered some damage. Apart from human trauma damage to fences and death of stock animals were also significant impacts of this fire. Miraculously Bobin School Library building survived, as seen here in the centre of the photo. Reports from local residents confirm that the school burned in the space of just 30 minutes. A helicopter had been in the area and residents only became aware of the approaching danger when the helicopter began sounding warning sirens, Two local brigades, one from Elands and the other from Bobin were soon on the scene however a large fallen burning tree prevented several other brigades from getting through from Wingham until the large tree could be removed from the road. Regrettably no aerial support water bombers were available at the time to fight the Bobin fire. It was indeed fortunate that despite the speed with which the fire passed through the area no lives were lost. The classrooms either side of the surviving Library building in the centre of the school that burned down were replaced by demountable classrooms during the January 2020 school holidays. The large Camphor Laurel tree that had stood in front of the Library, while unburned to any extent, was ultimately removed and residents asked that the stump be retained on site. It was moved about 20 metres east of the school and can be seen on the right of the image above. In the period that the school was closed from November 8th till the end of the 2019 school year students attended Wingham Public School, known locally as Murray Road, on the western outskirts of Wingham. It was a gut decision by the Bobin School Principal that potentialy saved the lives of the school's 17 students. The previous afternoon, before the fire came through, the principal had demanded that the school be closed the next day and that permission had been granted by district office. *The first declaration of a catastrophic fire day warning was made on 12th November 2019 with a subsequent declaration on 22nd December 2019.
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Destruction Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
Destruction Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:30:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'30"S - 152°16'49"O
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Burnt Eucalypts Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
Burnt Eucalypts Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
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  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:29:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'30"S - 152°16'49"O
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Newgrowth Returns to a Castanospermum australe - Black Bean Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
Newgrowth Returns to a Castanospermum australe - Black Bean Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
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  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:29:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'30"S - 152°16'49"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Fabaceae In the 3 months since the Rumba Dump Fire tore through Bobin on the 8th November 2019 good rains in January and February 2020 have seen this cultivated Castanospermum australe - Black Bean tree shoot substantial newgrowth .
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Newgrowth Returns to a Castanospermum australe - Black Bean Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
Newgrowth Returns to a Castanospermum australe - Black Bean Following the Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:30:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'30"S - 152°16'49"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Fabaceae In the 3 months since the Rumba Dump Fire tore through Bobin on the 8th November 2019 good rains in January and February 2020 have seen this cultivated Castanospermum australe - Black Bean tree shoot substantial newgrowth .
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Mud Brick Remains of the former Bobin Bush Cafe, Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
Mud Brick Remains of the former Bobin Bush Cafe, Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:28:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'30"S - 152°16'49"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images On Friday 8th November 2019, following the worst drought the region had ever experienced, a serious bushfire which had originated in Tapin Tops National Park following a lightning strike, began burning rapidly toward Bobin from the direction of Caparra, just south east of Bobin. The fire burned across both cleared paddocks and through forest and along roads lined with trees The fire which became known as the Rumba Dump Fire arrived here in Bobin Village with residents given very little warning of the approaching fire. This fire occurred several days before any statewide catastropic fire day declaration and meant that few RFS resources were on hand when the fire arrived. The first such declaration was made on 12th November 2019 with a subsequent declaration on 22nd December 2019. The former Bobin Bush Cafe had for many years been a local landmark and cultural hub but had closed down some 10-12 years prior to the arrival of the Rumba Dump Fire on its doorstep here in Bobin. Bobin Village, a small community with a Primary School, School of Arts Hall and scattered homes and outbuildings saw the fire arrive with such fury that residents had little chance to prepare for anything other than to leave their properties to burn. Bobin village and nearby areas lost 18 homes along with several classrooms and offices of the local 1883 built Bobin Primary School. Miraculously Bobin's School Library building survived. The Bobin School of Arts Hall across the road was also miraculously saved.
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Mud Brick Remains of the former Bobin Bush Cafe, Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
Mud Brick Remains of the former Bobin Bush Cafe, Rumba Dump Fire, Bobin, West of Wingham NSW 8th November 2019
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 15:28:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'30"S - 152°16'48"O
  • Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images On Friday 8th November 2019, following the worst drought the region had ever experienced, a serious bushfire which had originated in Tapin Tops National Park following a lightning strike, began burning rapidly toward Bobin from the direction of Caparra, just south east of Bobin. The fire burned across both cleared paddocks and through forest and along roads lined with trees The fire which became known as the Rumba Dump Fire arrived here in Bobin Village with residents given very little warning of the approaching fire. This fire occurred several days before any statewide catastropic fire day declaration and meant that few RFS resources were on hand when the fire arrived. The first such declaration was made on 12th November 2019 with a subsequent declaration on 22nd December 2019. The former Bobin Bush Cafe had for many years been a local landmark and cultural hub but had closed down some 10-12 years prior to the arrival of the Rumba Dump Fire on its doorstep here in Bobin. Bobin Village, a small community with a Primary School, School of Arts Hall and scattered homes and outbuildings saw the fire arrive with such fury that residents had little chance to prepare for anything other than to leave their properties to burn. Bobin village and nearby areas lost 18 homes along with several classrooms and offices of the local 1883 built Bobin Primary School. Miraculously Bobin's School Library building survived. The Bobin School of Arts Hall across the road was also miraculously saved.
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Australia's Last Outlaw - Jimmy Governor Captured here 27th October 1900 on Bobin Creek Road, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
Australia's Last Outlaw - Jimmy Governor Captured here 27th October 1900 on Bobin Creek Road, Bobin, West of Wingham, NSW
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-25 14:22:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'4"S - 152°16'9"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images This plaque is located beside the road on Bobin Creek Road and marks the place of capture of the "Last Outlaw", Jimmy Governor. Jimmy Governor, an indigenous Australian, committed the murders of 5 people on the 20th July 1900. Of those killed 4 were members of the Mawbey family, Mrs Sarah Mawbey and three of her children, Hilda, Percy and Grace, together with school teacher Helen Kerz. Another child, Mrs Mawbey's 9 year old son, hid under a bed and survived and her 18-year-old sister, Elsie Clarke, visiting at the time, was seriously injured, but also survived the attacks. The murders became known as the Breelong Massacre. Governor was the subject of reputedly, the largest manhunt in Australian history at that time. With a reward of 1000 Pounds on the 3 fugitive's heads over 2000 people became involved in the manhunt including over 100 constables and 12 trackers. The search area covered over 3,000 square kilometres. Contributing factors in the massacre have been attributed to rascist attitudes held by Mrs Mawbey and Helen Kerz. When Jimmy Governor confronted Mrs Mawbey about reports she had asked his wife what she was doing marrying an indigenous man he flew into a rage clubbing all the victims to death. Styling themselves as bushrangers Governor, with his brother Joe, and Jack Underwood, who had been present at the murders, went on the run. They intentionally sought out individuals who had in the past treated Governor badly and four more murders were committed. In the relatively short period they were on the run Joe Governor was shot, Jack Underwood was captured and subsequently hanged. Governor was eventually captured here at Bobin just west of Wingham, alive, and subsequently executed. In the context of Aboriginal dispossession and white racism, the Breelong Massacre and Jimmy Governor's story became the subject of Thomas Keneally's novel 'The chant of Jimmy Blacksmith' (1972). The book was made into a film in 1978. A much more detailed account can be read at Wikipedia
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