Cullin-la-ringo run, selection 67, 1877

Cullin-la-ringo run, selection 67, 1877. This was the third selection that was ‘Applied for by the Trustees of the late H.S. Wills in right of their run called Cullin-la-ringo’. Although the northern portion of this selection shows Duncan’s or Swallows Tail Creek which has ‘open forest’, descending into ‘open undulating downs with a few saplings and trees’, the south-western portion was deemed as ‘worthless perished country’. In selection 68 the location of the ‘Murder of Wills and party’ is marked. Collection of the Queensland State Archives

Original scale: 
20 chains to an inch
Date captured: 
29 April 2011
Date created: 
29 April 2011
Date issued: 
23 June 1877
Queensland State Archives
Gindie, QLD
23° 43' 22.3572" S, 148° 8' 36.132" E