Located in the far south Byadbo Wilderness. This is a site only, with the footplate and chimney remaining.
Built as a homestead to support grazing around 1900.
Pulled down by the NPWS as a "risk to visitors" without approvals being sought in the 1980's.
Photos: Craig Doubleday, 2006
Original homestead built in timber with paling walls and corrugated iron roof, it was the centre of a subtantial station. large yards (200m north) and evidence of other buildings on the site exist.
- NPWS holds extensive files on this homestead at Jindabyne
- Craig Doubleday - pers comm Oct 2006.
Last updated 23 November 2020