Goulburn looks to enhance and conserve Waterworks and Marsden Weir

Louise Thrower
Updated May 25 2021 - 5:21pm, first published May 21 2021 - 6:00am
BACK IN TIME: Steampunkers from Sydney and Bargo donned their finest for the Makers and Designers market day at The Waterworks in March. It's activities like this, as well as heritage and nature conservation that the council wants to encourage in a plan of management for The Waterworks and Marsden Weir. Photo: Louise Thrower.
BACK IN TIME: Steampunkers from Sydney and Bargo donned their finest for the Makers and Designers market day at The Waterworks in March. It's activities like this, as well as heritage and nature conservation that the council wants to encourage in a plan of management for The Waterworks and Marsden Weir. Photo: Louise Thrower.

It's not just the site of the city's first water supply but a mecca for walkers, 'Steampunkers' and picnickers.

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Louise Thrower

Louise Thrower

Senior journalist

If you have a story to tell, drop me a line at louise.thrower@austcommunitymedia.com.au or call 0418 229 678.

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