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Cairn marks the geographical centre of New South Wales. The centre of NSW Cairn was constructed using slag from the old Mount Royal and the Bogan River Copper Mines.
This cairn was erected by Bogan Shire Council during the 1988 Bicentennial Year to mark the geographical centre of New SOuth Wales as determined by the Central Mapping Authority of N.S.W. by Graphical Digitisation.
J. G. Delaney Shire Clerk J. J. Hoare Shire President R. P. Whatham Shire Engineer
This cairn is constructed from slag taken from the Mount Royal copper mine and the Bogan River copper mine. The discovery of the former led to the birth of the present town of Tottenham. Material donated by Mr. A. E. Hudson of Tottenham.