BROULEE BAY FOLKLORE, MYTH & LEGEND
A to Z
Who Was Where
Anchor Memorial Lookout
Broulee Canal Development
Broulee Street Names
Cooks Timber Mill
Mossy Point Second Store
The Pipi Tree
PO Store Muffin Shop
World War 2 Radio Post Bunker
Art On The Path
Broulee Floods 1975
Loss Of The Rover 1841
Loss Of The John Penn 1879
Loss of the Dureenbee 1942
Loss of the Ocean Odyssey 2005
Rally For Recovery Sales
Sand Modelling Competition
Shipwrecks and Ship Building
World War 2
Gallery: Creek Photos
Gallery: Fashion Scene
Gallery: Features & Oddities
Gallery: World War 2
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87 Annetts Pde Mossy Point. Alf and daughter Ellen Roberts c1947/48. EM.
115 Annetts Pde Mossy Point Lanes' c1960. JC.
119 Annetts Pde Mossy Point Fishers' 1948. RF.
119 Annetts Pde Mossy Point Fishers' 2008. RF.
Inside 119 Annetts Pde. Fibro at the bottom of walls, caneite from waist high. Wooden cover strips. RF.
Early 1960s. 119 (Fishers) 121 (Van Cornewals) & 123 (Larkins, had earlier been Fred & Violet Clark) Annetts Pde Mossy Point. RF.
1 Coronation Dr Broulee 1965/52 Ed and Elaine Clark. EM
179 Annetts Pde Mossy Point Jolley's Fantastic Cabin 1948. RF
179 Annetts Pde Mossy Point Jolley's Fantastic Cabin 1948 with Netta, Richard and Anne Fisher. RF.
Annetts Pde Mossy Point. The Little Shop. c1956. RF.
1 Surfside Ave Mossy Point Post Office Store c1960. LT
Mossy Point Aerial c1956. RF.
Flooding at the corner of Grant & Heath Streets Broulee in July 1975
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