Black Diamond HC & Sherbrooke 
- A Lost Village on Bulli Mountain 
Presentation to Central Illawarra U3A – 22.8.2014 
Kerr...
2 Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014
BDHC – Celebrating 25 years 
Open Sundays 1- 4pm 
except 5th Sunday in month 
& groups mid-week by appointment 
Central Il...
Bulli– Early 19th Century 
• 1796-97 Coal discovered at Coalcliff but 
no Illawarra mining commenced in 19th 
Century unti...
Sandon Pt children playing in front of the 
property of Bulli’s 1st European Settler in Bulli 
- Cornelius O’Brien (by 182...
Many have painted 
Sandon Pt – like 
Grace Cossington 
Smith. 
The earliest 
European artist was 
Captain Robert 
Marsh We...
By 1865 
Bulli had 
its first 
church – 
Wesleyan – 
supported 
by the 
Somerville 
Family - a 
School 
followed 
Sherbroo...
Bulli Village – early 1870’s 
Slower to develop than Dapto etc in Southern Illawarra until coal mining 
- In the distance ...
Coal Miners at Bulli 
Coal mining started in Bulli by 1858 & ended in 1987. 
In the 1830’s, Captain Robert Marsh Westmacot...
Cokeworks at Sandon 
Point 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 10
Sandon Point Jetty, Bulli 
11 
Note - Originally 
horse drawn 
wagons took the 
coal down to the 
jetty before 
steam trai...
Difficult Access to Coast : 
Treacherous Seas & Steep Roads 
held back Development - 
‘ Wreck of the “Waniora” ‘ 
Central ...
Mid 19th Century changes 
• Pressure for a northern Mountain Road to avoid 
access via Mount Keira 
• Opening of Rixon’s P...
Bulli had 6 inns by 1887, & 7 in 1889 
– 4 buildings remained in the 21st C 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 14
Bulli Oddfellows (Masonic) 
Hall was centre of activity in 
the village in the 19th C years 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC ...
Bulli Mine Explosion – 
81 killed - 23.3.1887 
Australia’s second worst 
Industrial Disaster – 
telegraphed to NSW 
Parlia...
The Disaster severely impacted families, Churches, Mining Union 
Note - Bulli Coalfield was birthplace of Illawarra’s Trad...
Late 19th Century Changes 
Coming of the Railway in 1887 
• Opened up the Illawarra region 
• Bulli Village shops etc move...
Bulli Telegraph Office was at the Jetty 
until South Coast Railway came in 
1887 – relocated to Station 
19 Central Illawa...
Naming of Sandon Point 
George Adams’ home – Sandon House – 
he also owned Bulli Mine & Tattersalls 
• later some of Adams...
Sandon Pt & Bulli post WWII : 
boatsheds & surfing continue 
1950’s Changes : housing estate at Sandon Pt 
- Young familie...
Bulli - From 1980’s - 90’s : Activism then 
Sandon Point Aboriginal Tent Embassy 
• Industrial land converted to residenti...
From 1987 : Concern that Bulli was losing its history 
Bulli Mine closed - Bulli Hospital Maternity Ward threats 
State He...
2014 : Black Diamond Gallery owner 
Alan Upton’s “Sherbrooke”unveiled 
by Jackie Haines & Rita Roberts 
Central Illawarra ...
2013 – 2014 : “Sherbrooke Sisters” 
brought together by a Facebook 
history lovers group & IFHG members 
Central Illawarra...
Bulli Mountain - 1850’s 
but too many “Bulli’s” 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 26
Sherbrooke – named in 1880’s for Lord 
Sherbrooke – Robert Lowe - who 
opposed reintroduction of convict 
transportation i...
Sherbrooke - 
1902 
- Resumption 
Map after a NSW 
Government 
Inquiry 
- March 1902 
plans for Cataract 
Dam in Sydney 
n...
Sherbrooke’s Heritage captured 
by Thirroul’s RTC Jones & shared 
by his granddaughter Sandra 
Sherbrooke Sister 
Sandra h...
Charles Edward Jones & Elizabeth 
Spinks of Sherbrooke 
– parents of R T C Jones 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014...
Sherbrooke - Timber Men 
like the Jones’ family 
(Some also came down the mountain to work in mines during the week) 
Cent...
Browns of Ferndale Orchards – 
returned to Dapto & dairying after resumption 
Blackberry picking : also a major activity 
...
Bullock Carts taking Sherbrooke 
fruit down Bulli mountain to the 
Station – to Sydney & export 
Central Illawarra U3A - B...
Sherbrooke Cricket 
Team 
NB. Cricket was played in the Bulli area by the late 1850’s 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8...
Sherbrooke was renowned for its 
wildflower shows – charity 
fundraising for hospitals etc 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC -...
The School – was Sherbrooke’s 
last “in-situ” building 
Cataract Dam’s Ranger lived there until 1968 bushfires 
Central Il...
Union Church is Sherbrooke’s last 
building - now at Grevillea Park Bulli 
No pubs 
No shops 
In 
Sherbrooke 
- went down ...
The “Lost Village of Sherbrooke” 
on Bulli Mountain 
• Prosperous community, located on Bulli 
Mountain above Illawarra Es...
Where did they go ? 
Jones : Bulli & Thirroul 
Many resettled on the coast - 
from Thirroul to Woonona, 
others went to Da...
The “Blinkco Room” at BDHC 
Blinkco’s were one of the families who re-settled at Woonona after 
Sherbrooke’s resumption. L...
Building the Dam – 
Cataract City : 1902 -1907 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 41
Sydney’s Water : Cataract Dam 
But today : 
Sherbrooke 
is off limits 
- even for 
descendants 
- big fines if 
you go in ...
Sherbrooke – Bulli Mountain Family Network – 1850 to 1902 - 
One Big Family & connected to Southern Illawarra Families 
Wa...
National Trust Heritage Festival – 
Sherbrooke Event 2014 – by the 
“Sherbrooke Sisters” at BDHC 
Central Illawarra U3A - ...
Where to next for 
Sherbrooke ? 
NSW Heritage 
Festival 2015 
- Finding 
Sherbrooke’s 
Sons 
In 
WWI 
Central Illawarra U3...
Also !! Planned BDHC 2015 exhibition event 
The Role of the South Coast Railway in WW1. 
Often, but not always, train engi...
30th Battalion at Kiama Station 1916 
Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 47
Dapto : BDHC WW1 – South Coast Railway in WW1 
• May 10 1916 - Kiama Independent & Shoalhaven Advertiser – soldiers return...
Acknowledgements – photographs & information 
• Sherbrooke Descendants especially R T C Jones & Sandra Jones 
• BDHC – Ray...
BDHC – Celebrating 25 years 
Open Sundays 1- 4pm 
except 5th Sunday in month & 
groups mid-week by appointment 
Central Il...
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Lost Village : Sherbrooke & Black Diamond Railway Museum Bulli Australia U3A Central Illawarra

  1. 1. Black Diamond HC & Sherbrooke - A Lost Village on Bulli Mountain Presentation to Central Illawarra U3A – 22.8.2014 Kerrie Anne Christian “Sherbrooke Sister” & President of BDHC Museum Bulli & of Illawarra Family History Group Member of early 19thC Illawarra - Shoalhaven Pioneering Families -Thomas Hynde - Green (1820’s), Hicks (1820’s) & McKenzie (1830’s) families
  2. 2. 2 Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014
  3. 3. BDHC – Celebrating 25 years Open Sundays 1- 4pm except 5th Sunday in month & groups mid-week by appointment Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 3
  4. 4. Bulli– Early 19th Century • 1796-97 Coal discovered at Coalcliff but no Illawarra mining commenced in 19th Century until 1848 which held region back • Early European contact by Charles Throsby – guided by Aborigines - brought cattle down Bulli Mountain during a drought in 1815 • Cedar-getting also commenced similar time frame • Bulli derived from Bulla Bulla – Wadi Wadi for “Two Mountains” – Mt Keira & Mt Kembla Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 4
  5. 5. Sandon Pt children playing in front of the property of Bulli’s 1st European Settler in Bulli - Cornelius O’Brien (by 1820’s) O’Brien was engaged in farming & whaling activities – was reputed to have co-existed peaceably with local Aborigines – interesting in context of 1816 Appin Massacre over the mountain Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 5
  6. 6. Many have painted Sandon Pt – like Grace Cossington Smith. The earliest European artist was Captain Robert Marsh Westmacott – who lived in the area during the 1830’s - 1840’s before he was bankrupted by his dreams of establishing coalmining in the area. William Somerville would later pursue the goal of coalmining in 1858. Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 6
  7. 7. By 1865 Bulli had its first church – Wesleyan – supported by the Somerville Family - a School followed Sherbrooke Sandstone & Timber is believed to have been used in the church construction Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 7
  8. 8. Bulli Village – early 1870’s Slower to develop than Dapto etc in Southern Illawarra until coal mining - In the distance is “Mail Bag Hollow” at Slacky Flat and Hungry Hill Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 8
  9. 9. Coal Miners at Bulli Coal mining started in Bulli by 1858 & ended in 1987. In the 1830’s, Captain Robert Marsh Westmacott unsuccessfully tried to break Newcastle’s monopoly on coal - held by the Australian Agricultural Company (AAC) 9 Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014
  10. 10. Cokeworks at Sandon Point Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 10
  11. 11. Sandon Point Jetty, Bulli 11 Note - Originally horse drawn wagons took the coal down to the jetty before steam trains were introduced Good Quality Coal - used in Coke Ovens locally & later in Steelmaking - sent overseas for steam ships Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014
  12. 12. Difficult Access to Coast : Treacherous Seas & Steep Roads held back Development - ‘ Wreck of the “Waniora” ‘ Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 12
  13. 13. Mid 19th Century changes • Pressure for a northern Mountain Road to avoid access via Mount Keira • Opening of Rixon’s Pass up the Mountain • Westmacott’s Pass overtook Rixon’s Pass • 1858 opening of Sydney Campbelltown Railway • Illawarra people travelled up Bulli Mountain to connect to the Railway to reach Sydney • Bulli became the main stopping off point for Illawarra travellers • Coal mining commenced • Churches, Inns, Shops & Newspaper in Bulli • Late 1850’s saw political activity emerge • Region wide push from Kiama to Austinmer for a South Coast Railway in late 1870’s • Nth Illawarra Council starts – push for Bulli Council Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 13
  14. 14. Bulli had 6 inns by 1887, & 7 in 1889 – 4 buildings remained in the 21st C Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 14
  15. 15. Bulli Oddfellows (Masonic) Hall was centre of activity in the village in the 19th C years Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 15
  16. 16. Bulli Mine Explosion – 81 killed - 23.3.1887 Australia’s second worst Industrial Disaster – telegraphed to NSW Parliament - only exceeded by Mt Kembla Disaster of 1902 – 102 were killed - led to a push for Bulli Cottage Hospital - built with miners contributions - Disaster to be commemorated by the Black Diamond Heritage Centre in 2015 Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 16
  17. 17. The Disaster severely impacted families, Churches, Mining Union Note - Bulli Coalfield was birthplace of Illawarra’s Trade Unions in the 1870’s – although political activity flourished from late 1850’s – meetings were held at the home of Alexander McKenzie in Bulli. Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 17
  18. 18. Late 19th Century Changes Coming of the Railway in 1887 • Opened up the Illawarra region • Bulli Village shops etc moved south • Demand for coaching, accommodation & meals at Bulli inns changed – instead of flourishing as expected – people went straight to Wollongong • Improved market access for mines & farmers – dairy & fruit (helped Sherbrooke) • Increased tourism • Note – duplication of railway occurred much later & completed during WW1 years Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 18
  19. 19. Bulli Telegraph Office was at the Jetty until South Coast Railway came in 1887 – relocated to Station 19 Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014
  20. 20. Naming of Sandon Point George Adams’ home – Sandon House – he also owned Bulli Mine & Tattersalls • later some of Adams’ land sold for housing • but during 1930’s depression years a Shanty Town was at Slacky Flat • 1930’s : “Pig Iron Bob - Dalfram Dispute” protest - down Bullli Pass • Bulli Hospital expanded Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 20
  21. 21. Sandon Pt & Bulli post WWII : boatsheds & surfing continue 1950’s Changes : housing estate at Sandon Pt - Young families drove need for new facilities – but crucially no supermarket opens - Surfing takes off - AIS owns & invests in the Mine - Sherbrooke’s story is fading away Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 21
  22. 22. Bulli - From 1980’s - 90’s : Activism then Sandon Point Aboriginal Tent Embassy • Industrial land converted to residential estates • The SP Aboriginal Midden was known for years before it was uncovered in a storm – studies reveal a very significant Aboriginal site • UOW Archivist Michael Organ, after conferring with Dr Joe Davis and Inga Lazarotto, produces “Illawarra & South Coast Aborigines : 1770-1850” – greater understanding of Sandon Point area as a meeting place for Aboriginal people pre and post early European years • In the midst of growing opposition to development at Sandon Point, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy opens & still remains – is now recognised as significant in Aboriginal Heritage Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 22
  23. 23. From 1987 : Concern that Bulli was losing its history Bulli Mine closed - Bulli Hospital Maternity Ward threats State Heritage listed 1887 Bulli Station building faced demolition. Community fight & building opens as Black Diamond HC Inc in 1989 Back to Bulli Festival 1989 - led by BDHC’s Ray Brown Bulli Township Townscape Study – Miners Cottage purchased Early BDHC volunteers : Mick Roberts’ mum Rita, Fay Haines & Fay’s mum Mrs Hosa • Mountain man Westie Hapgood begins memoirs of Sherbrooke • BDHC’s Mick Roberts, encouraged by UOW Historian, Dr Win Mitchell, writes “Little House on the Hill” on Northern Pubs Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 23
  24. 24. 2014 : Black Diamond Gallery owner Alan Upton’s “Sherbrooke”unveiled by Jackie Haines & Rita Roberts Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 24
  25. 25. 2013 – 2014 : “Sherbrooke Sisters” brought together by a Facebook history lovers group & IFHG members Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 25
  26. 26. Bulli Mountain - 1850’s but too many “Bulli’s” Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 26
  27. 27. Sherbrooke – named in 1880’s for Lord Sherbrooke – Robert Lowe - who opposed reintroduction of convict transportation in Australia Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 27
  28. 28. Sherbrooke - 1902 - Resumption Map after a NSW Government Inquiry - March 1902 plans for Cataract Dam in Sydney newspapers had volumes on reservoirs etc - but no mention of Sherbrooke - Sherbrooke residents didn’t realise threats to their property until late 1902 – too late - they fought for years for decent compensation Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 28
  29. 29. Sherbrooke’s Heritage captured by Thirroul’s RTC Jones & shared by his granddaughter Sandra Sherbrooke Sister Sandra has been a great catalyst for ensuring Sherbrooke’s history is not lost – a great fan of Trove Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 29
  30. 30. Charles Edward Jones & Elizabeth Spinks of Sherbrooke – parents of R T C Jones Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 30
  31. 31. Sherbrooke - Timber Men like the Jones’ family (Some also came down the mountain to work in mines during the week) Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 31
  32. 32. Browns of Ferndale Orchards – returned to Dapto & dairying after resumption Blackberry picking : also a major activity Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 32
  33. 33. Bullock Carts taking Sherbrooke fruit down Bulli mountain to the Station – to Sydney & export Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 33
  34. 34. Sherbrooke Cricket Team NB. Cricket was played in the Bulli area by the late 1850’s Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 34
  35. 35. Sherbrooke was renowned for its wildflower shows – charity fundraising for hospitals etc Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 35
  36. 36. The School – was Sherbrooke’s last “in-situ” building Cataract Dam’s Ranger lived there until 1968 bushfires Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 36
  37. 37. Union Church is Sherbrooke’s last building - now at Grevillea Park Bulli No pubs No shops In Sherbrooke - went down the Mountain To Bulli Shared by Protestant churches & was Sherbrooke Community Hall – eg Banquets, political meetings & the Athenaeum Debating Society Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 37
  38. 38. The “Lost Village of Sherbrooke” on Bulli Mountain • Prosperous community, located on Bulli Mountain above Illawarra Escarpment & west of Bulli Pass – from above Thirroul to west of Brokers Nose Corrimal • European settlement on Bulli Mountain from 1850’s – timber, farming, orchards, tourism - benefited from South Coast Rail in 1887 • Floods (late 19th C) & Droughts (early 20th C) drove need for a better dam for Sydney • Sherbrooke resumed for Cataract Dam 1902 – selected because of its geography & sandstone Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 38
  39. 39. Where did they go ? Jones : Bulli & Thirroul Many resettled on the coast - from Thirroul to Woonona, others went to Dapto, Camden, Sydney & even the North Coast Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 39
  40. 40. The “Blinkco Room” at BDHC Blinkco’s were one of the families who re-settled at Woonona after Sherbrooke’s resumption. Later their home site was redeveloped & contents from their home were donated to the BDHC Museum. Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 40
  41. 41. Building the Dam – Cataract City : 1902 -1907 Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 41
  42. 42. Sydney’s Water : Cataract Dam But today : Sherbrooke is off limits - even for descendants - big fines if you go in there Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 42
  43. 43. Sherbrooke – Bulli Mountain Family Network – 1850 to 1902 - One Big Family & connected to Southern Illawarra Families Wade Harrigan Reeve Spinks Smithers Chilby - Leach Blinkco Fritz Cavill Knight Dumbrell Vidler Organ Henning Wales Parmenter Hildebrand Roberts Black Loveday Haberley Martin Brown Williams Jones Taylor Johnson Conroy Lane Fletcher McAuley Pearson Callcott Hicks Cram Hunt Wood Turnbull Parsons Bourne Murray Campbell McKay King Hapgood Slocombe Charlesworth Candie Keene Keegan Jarrett Eales Molloy Downie Ford Osborne Bishop Rixon Nash Wilson Kimbrey
  44. 44. National Trust Heritage Festival – Sherbrooke Event 2014 – by the “Sherbrooke Sisters” at BDHC Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 44
  45. 45. Where to next for Sherbrooke ? NSW Heritage Festival 2015 - Finding Sherbrooke’s Sons In WWI Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 45
  46. 46. Also !! Planned BDHC 2015 exhibition event The Role of the South Coast Railway in WW1. Often, but not always, train engine drivers would blow “cock a doodle do” on the engine whistle to let local townspeople that a returning soldier , or nurse, was on the train in WW1 Our aims •Capturing stories, reported during the WW1 years, of soldiers, sailors and nurses being farewelled and welcomed home at South Coast Railway Stations south of Waterfall to Bomaderry • drawing heavily from the Illawarra Mercury, South Coast Times & Wollongong Argus and the Kiama Stations North of the Pass Stations South of the Pass to North of Dapto – excluding Wollongong Stations Dapto to Bomaderry Wollongong Station •capture stories of South Coast Railway employees and their families who served in WW1 Can you help us ? Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 46
  47. 47. 30th Battalion at Kiama Station 1916 Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 47
  48. 48. Dapto : BDHC WW1 – South Coast Railway in WW1 • May 10 1916 - Kiama Independent & Shoalhaven Advertiser – soldiers return by Paper Train to the Kiama camp Khaki Invasion on milk Dapto Butter Factory • October 13 1916 – Illawarra Mercury – Private Edward Clifford died of meningitis developed while in camp – remains conveyed to the station and interred at the Brownsville Church of England cemetery • November 2 1917 – Illawarra Mercury – Private Bob Hargrave returned after service in Gallipoli & wounded in France – welcomed home at the station • November 2 1917 – South Coast Times & Wollongong Argus – Private R Hargrave welcomed back home at the station • July 19 1918 – South Coast Times & Wollongong Argus – Private Clive Bailey welcomed home at the station • February 7 1919 – Illawarra Mercury – Private Arthur Lindsay welcomed at Wollongong station and conveyed by motor car to Dapto • May 16 1919 - Illawarra Mercury – Private Edgar Mark welcomed at station • June 13 1919 - Illawarra Mercury – Privates H Gillen & C Chie welcome station • August 1 1919 – Illawarra Mercury – Peace celebration march from the station to the Dapto Showground • August 15 1919 – South Coast Times & Wollongong Argus – Private Harry Chippendall welcomed home at the station • December 12 1919 – South Coast Times & Wollongong Argus – Dr Charles Bateman welcomed home at the station Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 48
  49. 49. Acknowledgements – photographs & information • Sherbrooke Descendants especially R T C Jones & Sandra Jones • BDHC – Ray Brown, Bron & Peter Chamberlain, Graeme Stewart, Mick Roberts, Rita Roberts, Fay Haines & Sherbrooke exhibition visitors • Sherbrooke Sisters - Pamela Rose McGovern, Sharynne Chapman, Susannah Cavill, Sandra Jones • Historians - Joe Davis, Michael Adams, Lorraine Neate, Michael Organ, Westie Hapgood, Bill Bayley, C Singleton, J Southern, A Cousins • Illawarra Family History Group – Illawarra Branches & members – T Bugg • NIRAG – Ross Dearden & Max Ackerman • Joan Adams, David Christian, Mary Blinksell & Brian Blair • Trove – National Library of Australia Digitised Newspapers • Facebook Groups - Pages & their contributors – Lost Wollongong on FB, – Black Diamond Heritage Centre on FB, – Back in Time – Photos from the Past on FB, – Looking Back with Mick Roberts on FB, – Sherbrooke on FB, – Sandon Point, Then & Now on FB, – Thirroul History in Photos on FB, – Kiama Remembers , A History of Kiama on FB, • ABC Radio, Illawarra Mercury, Wollongong Advertiser, NSW National Trust • Alan Upton, Black Diamond Gallery, Destination Wollongong & NSW, Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 49
  50. 50. BDHC – Celebrating 25 years Open Sundays 1- 4pm except 5th Sunday in month & groups mid-week by appointment Central Illawarra U3A - BDHC - 22.8.2014 50

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