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02-September-2014
02-September-2014

Photographs supplied by Ian Bevege

A sundial commemorates the surveyor, Clarendon Stuart, who surveyed large areas of the Townsville District in 1865.

Monument characteristics :

A pebble-crete cairn about 60 centimetres high surmounted by a brass sundial and mounted with a bronze plaque memorialising Clarendon Stuart.

Location

Address:The Strand, Townsville, 4810
State:QLD
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -19.242096
Long: 146.80772
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Settlement

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 29th October, 1988
Front Inscription

The Institution Of Surveyors, Australia
Queensland Division
Bicentennial Project

"IN THE STEPS OF OUR FOREFATHERS"

This Sundial Is Dedicated To The Memory Of Surveyor Clarendon Stuart Who Surveyed The Land Adjoining Flinders Street In 1865.

Erected by I.S.A. Townsville Town Group In Assocation With The Townsville Bicentennial Community Committee Northern Branch, Queensland Division,
Institution of Engineering And Mining Surveyors, Australia

Queensland Department Of Geographic Information
29 October 1988

Source: MA
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