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1849

Sandgate area considered as a possible quarantine for the typhus patients that came to Brisbane on the Fortitude. It was rejected for various reasons including, no roads and difficult creek crossings.

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1844

Cabbage Tree Creek fully explored and clearly marked on a map compiled by Henry Wade.

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1823

Thomas Pamphlett, Richard Parsons and John Finnegan are considered the first European overland.

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Bald Hills Cemetery Walk

Saturday 14th April— 9:30am Duration of the walk: 2 hours Cost per person: $25 which includes the “smoko”  with the pioneers. Numbers are limited so bookings are necessary. Enclosed shoes are a must. Bring water and a hat and maybe a chair. No pets. Contact: Pam Verney 3869 2283 or 0410 327 095    

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Blue Water Festival. Museum opened.

The Historical Society will have a stall at the Blue Water Festival. The Museum at 150 Rainbow Street Sandgate will be opened and Devonshire Teas will be available.

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History Talk & General Meeting

General Meeting starting at 12pm followed by a History talk  “70 Years in Sandgate” by John Decker commencing at 2pm followed by afternoon tea. All welcome.