Place on the Hawkesbury River near Yarramundi which was part of the location for the 1930s film ‘On our selection’. The scene depicted cattle crossing the river at that point. The area was a popular picnic spot and camping area for local scout groups. There was interesting sand formations and an abundance of ‘river stones over which gurgled the crystal clear water’. Extractive industry exploited the sand and gravel deposits and changed the character of the area forever.