Centre of New South Wales Cairn Print Page
Cairn marks the geographical centre of New South Wales and was erected to commemorate the nation's bicentenary in 1988. The Cairn was constructed using slag from the old Mount Royal and the Bogan River Copper Mines.
|Address:||Fiveways Road, 42 kilometres west of Tottenham, Tottenham, 2873|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -32.162833|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||1988|
This Cairn Was Erected By
Bogan Shire Council
During The 1988 Becentennial (sic) Year
To Mark The
Of New South Wales
As Determined By The
Central Mapping Authority Of N.S.W.
By Graphical Digitisation.
J. G. Delaney J. J. Hoare R. P. Whatham
Shire Clerk Shire President Shire Engineer
This Cairn Is Constructed
From Slag Taken From The
Mount Royal Copper Mine
Bogan River Copper Mine.
The Discovery Of The Former
Led To The Birth Of
The Present Town Of
Material Donated By
Mr. A. E. Hudson Of Tottenham.