“Nobbys Head" is in Newcastle harbour, described by Captain Cook in 1770 as a ‘small clump of an island’. Smaller now as harbour grew bigger


Anonymous - Posted on 09 December 2009

GreatNorthWalk (ASK GNW):“Nobbys Head" is in Newcastle harbour, described by Captain Cook in 1770 as a ‘small clump of an island’. Smaller now as harbour grew bigger

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