Bourke & Wills Camp 119 - QLD

  Historic Site


DEG: -17.878733 140.826936
DMS: 17º 52' 43.44" S 140º 49' 36.97" E
UTM: 54 K 8023222mN 481666mE
Altitude: 10.09m


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Normanton QLD 4890
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On 11 February 1861 the exhausted four man party led by Robert O'Hara Burke and 2IC William John Wills set up camp close to the seasonal Little Bynoe River, in the hinterland of the Gulf of Carpentaria. In their attempt to cross Australia from south to north, this camp was the northernmost of their ill-fated expedition. At the site itself, plaques mark the trees 'blazed' (marked) by the party to prove that they had made it this far.
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Closest Climatic Station

Normanton Airport
Distance from Bourke & Wills Camp 119 33.65km NE
Mean Max. °C33.733.633.734.031.729.529.731.534.736.737.036.2
Mean Min. °C25.225.124.422.718.916.215.716.720.123.325.325.8
Mean Rain mm252.7179.4149.

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