Crows Nest name index

Alphabetical index of given names, surnames and placenames
ABORIGINAL 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
ABORIGINAL 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
AREA 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
AREA 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
BAY 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
BECAME 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
BECAME 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
CAMPING 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
CAMPING 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
CENTENARY 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
CHRISTIAN 100_0078
Crows Nest Christian Church
Crows Nest
CHRISTIAN 100_0079
Crows Nest Christian Church
Crows Nest
CHURCH 100_0076
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
CHURCH 100_0077
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
CHURCH 100_0078
Crows Nest Christian Church
Crows Nest
CHURCH 100_0079
Crows Nest Christian Church
Crows Nest
COUNCILLOR 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
CROW 100_0138
Jimmy CROW
Crows Nest
CROW 100_0139
Jimmy Crow
Crows Nest
CROW 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
CROW 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
CROWS 100_0076
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
CROWS 100_0077
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
CROWS 100_0078
Crows Nest Christian Church
Crows Nest
CROWS 100_0079
Crows Nest Christian Church
Crows Nest
CROWS 100_0080
St George's Anglican Church 
Crows Nest
CROWS 100_0081
Crows Nest
CROWS 100_0138
Jimmy CROW
Crows Nest
CROWS 100_0139
Jimmy Crow
Crows Nest
CROWS 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
CROWS 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
CROWS 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
DIRECTIONS 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
DIRECTIONS 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
EARLY 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
EARLY 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
FIG 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
GEORGE 100_0076
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
GEORGE 100_0077
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
GUNYAH 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
GUNYAH 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
HALL 100_0076
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
HALL 100_0077
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
HENCE 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
HENCE 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
HOLLOW 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
HOLLOW 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
HOLLOW 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
INFORMATION 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
INFORMATION 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
INSTRUMENTAL 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
JIMMY 100_0138
Jimmy CROW
Crows Nest
JIMMY 100_0139
Jimmy Crow
Crows Nest
JIMMY 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
JIMMY 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
JIMMY-CROW 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
JIMMY-CROW 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
KNOWN 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
KNOWN 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
LARGE 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
LARGE 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
LEAF 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
LOG 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
MORETON 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
NAME 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
NAME 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
NAMED 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
NAMED 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
NARROW 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
NEST 100_0076
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
NEST 100_0077
St George's Church Hall
Crows Nest
NEST 100_0078
Crows Nest Christian Church
Crows Nest
NEST 100_0079
Crows Nest Christian Church
Crows Nest
NEST 100_0080
St George's Anglican Church 
Crows Nest
NEST 100_0081
Crows Nest
NEST 100_0138
Jimmy CROW
Crows Nest
NEST 100_0139
Jimmy Crow
Crows Nest
NEST 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
NEST 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
NEST 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
NURTURED 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
OTHERS 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
PARK 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
PLACE 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
PLACE 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
PLACING 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
PLANTED 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
RELIED 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
RELIED 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
REPLICA 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
SETTLERS 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
SETTLERS 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
TEAMSTERS 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
TEAMSTERS 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
TRAVELLERS 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
TRAVELLERS 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
TREE 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
TREE 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
TREE 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
USED 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
USED 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
VIC 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
VISITED 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
VISITED 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
WHEN 100_0140
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
WHEN 100_0141
Jimmy-Crow's Nest
in the early days when teamsters 
visited this area, "Jimmy Crow", an
aboriginal named by early settlers,
who used a large hollow tree as his
gunyah, was relied on for information
and directions.
This place was used as a camping place
by teamsters and travellers
and became known as "Jimmy Crow's nest"
- hence the name "Crow's Nest".
Crows Nest
 
WILLIAMS 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 
WITH 100_0142
this narrow leaf moreton bay fig tree 
was planted and nurtured by
Councillor Vic Williams
who, with others, was instrumental
in placing this replica hollow log
in Centenary Park.
Crows Nest
 


Crows Nest cemetery, Crows Nest Shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: 1

More information about
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places
Crows Nest: Wikipedia
Old Crows Nest Shire Council burial register pages
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)
Crows Nest Lawn Cemetery index Produced by Crows Nest Shire Council

Photographed: 22 April 2007


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