Stroll with the Sandgate Historical Society through the history of the Bald Hills Cemetery, discover the Grand historic houses and the past elegance of the Pier and Moora Park
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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.
Cabbage Tree Creek fully explored and clearly marked on a map compiled by Henry Wade.
Thomas Pamphlett, Richard Parsons and John Finnegan are considered the first European overland.
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
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.
Museum 150 Rainbow St Sandgate Open 10am till 3pm Phone 3869 2283
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.