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Dirty Creek Former Alignment
Dirty Creek Former Alignment
  • Author: Fishyone1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-01-25 12:33:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°58'20"S - 153°8'43"O
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DSC02451
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:16:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°58'58"S - 153°8'32"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02452
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:16:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°58'58"S - 153°8'32"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02453
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:16:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°58'58"S - 153°8'32"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02454
DSC02454
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:17:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°58'58"S - 153°8'32"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02456
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:50:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02457
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:50:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02458
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:51:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02459
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:51:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02460
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:51:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02461
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:51:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02462
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:52:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02464
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:52:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02465
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 08:52:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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DSC02467
  • Author: OEHmedia Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-08-11 09:03:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 29°59'1"S - 153°8'27"O
  • Photo:OEH_Pacific Highway contractors and Forestry Corporation of NSW have supplied NSW National Parks Service (NPWS) with timber to improve local wetland habitats. Timber stumps were sourced from OHL-York JV and Civil, Mining & Construction, the Roads and Maritime Services highway contractors. Hardwood timber root-balls sourced from highway vegetation clearing are being reused in the Everlasting Swamp National Park as fish, bird and creekbank habitat. Forestry Corporation of NSW have also supplied 40 timber poles from the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway Upgrade between Halfway Creek and Glenugie. North Coast Local Land Services supported the project with fish habitat design and advice. Re-snagging creek lines with timber and restoring creek bank habitat are known to improve local fishing, with a similar projects recently occurring in the Macleay River. Woody and Reedy Creeks in Everlasting Swamp are connected to Sportsmans Creek (at Lawrence), a major tributary of the Clarence River.
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