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Ceratodus Plaque Inscription1 : 13-10-2013
Ceratodus Plaque Inscription1 : 13-10-2013

Photographs supplied by Diane Watson

Ceratodus Rail Station was relocated to its present position as a lasting tribute to the pioneers who built the railway and settled in the North Burnett area. Ceratodus is named after a lung fish which is found in the Burnett River.


Address:Burnett Highway , George Spencer Memorial Rest Area, Ceratodus, 4627
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -25.281807
Long: 151.139224
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Landscape


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 13th September, 1997
Front Inscription

Ceratodus Rail Station
Established 1924        Relocated 1997  

We relocated this building for it to be a lasting tribute to the pioneers who built the rail line and settled the North Burnett 

Mrs Jenny Pott     David T Feez
Hon. Sec/Treas    Chairman

Ceratodus Relocation Committee
13th September 1997


Plaque :

Ceratodus was officially reopened by Colin Munro of ABD Radio fame on 13th September, 1997.

Bronze plaque donated by Phoenix Foundry, Uralla


Source: MA
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