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Hawkesbury River Accommodation





hawkesbury river accommodation






    hawkesbury river
  • The Hawkesbury River, also known as Deerubbun, is one of the major rivers of the coastal region of New South Wales, Australia. The Hawkesbury River and its tributaries virtually encircle the metropolitan region of Sydney.





    accommodation
  • The available space for occupants in a building, vehicle, or vessel

  • Lodging; room and board

  • in the theories of Jean Piaget: the modification of internal representations in order to accommodate a changing knowledge of reality

  • adjustment: making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances

  • A room, group of rooms, or building in which someone may live or stay

  • a settlement of differences; "they reached an accommodation with Japan"











HMAS Parramatta I




HMAS Parramatta I





The hulk of HMAS Parramatta I on the bank of the Hawkesbury river opposite Milson Island.

The Parramatta (I) was a River Class Torpedo Boat Destroyer launched on 9 February 1910. She served in WW1 and as a training ship for the Naval Reserve and finally paid off on 20 April 1928. She was handed over to Cockatoo Island for dismantling. Her hull was used as penal accommodation by the NSW Penal department before being sold to Mr George Rhodes of Cowan as scrap. He used it as a Blue Metal barge and eventually sold it to persons unknown who it used to store water for local residents during the depression.
It blew ashore on this mud flat in 1934 and has remained here as a wreck.
She lay on this mud bank until 7 July 1973 when the bow and stern were removed for use as monuments at Garden Island and Queens Wharf Reserve in Parramatta.

If you are looking at the location using the Google Earth feed from MetalToad Media, the hulk can be seen 300 metres North of the photo location.











Hawkesbury River at Wisemans Ferry to Settlers Rd side




Hawkesbury River at Wisemans Ferry to Settlers Rd side





Hawkesbury River at Wisman's Ferry to the Settlers Road bank. I think this is the setting for Keens Crossing in Malouf's "The Great World". My GG Grandparent's settled in this area in the 1820's, courtesy of 'free' transport by His Majesty's government: Manslaughter and pick pocketing #2-3224









hawkesbury river accommodation







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