The sign shows the latest flood level on 2nd March 2010. When I stood near it it approx. reached my forehead, so the water must have been roughly at 1.60m high
The gate which has been moved foreward to its original place during the restoration
Don presenting his talk in front of the gate. Behind him a rock which was used by the ladies to climb on a horse using a side saddle
One of the still existing bottle trees in the front yard
The dining room. The only room with partly painted walls
Living room with rebuilt old rocking horse
Cellar under the front verandah, built with locally made bricks
Tool room with partly visible back of the fireplace. The bricks in here have been left stepwise so they could be used as 'shelves'
The timber above the door eaten away by the white ants
The food preparation room. Not the kitchen as we know it.
The room next to the food preparation room. There is no hallway or corridor. All the rooms are linked to each other by doorways only.
A work table in the sewing room
Bedroom seat in the main bedroom
Bathroom on the side verandah
Back verandah and the 'copper'