Early settlers found good grazing country in the Illawarra

By Carol Herben, Oam
Updated June 10 2015 - 11:47am, first published May 18 2015 - 6:03pm
This Kembla Grange settlers hut, built on vertical slate timbers, is typical of what first appeared in the Illawarra.   Picture: From the collections of WOLLONGONG CITY LIBRARY and ILLAWARRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 
This Kembla Grange settlers hut, built on vertical slate timbers, is typical of what first appeared in the Illawarra. Picture: From the collections of WOLLONGONG CITY LIBRARY and ILLAWARRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

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