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Burra Creek Falls was one of the camp sites of the Hume and Hovell expedition of 1824 from Sydney to Victoria. Early European settlers mined the upper Burra Creek for gold producing major environmental damage. In recent times there has been reclamation work and the waterfall is now part of the Hume and Hovell walking track. The Burra Creek Falls is a series of cascades worn through granite rock. This painting is one of a series on High Country Waterfalls.
Acrylics and mixed media