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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 76

Section 4, Block IV.; 3,373 acres

Section 4, Block IV.; 3,373 acres.

About 250 acres rolling downs and creek-flats in front, and about 80 acres of stony flat on Flaxbourne side; remainder steep hill-sides on Haldon Range; mostly tussocky slopes, with few acres of rocky-faces, &c.; give-and-take boundary-fence for five miles and a half along Richmond Brook and Flaxbourne River; 107 chains wire-netted interior fence, and about 110 chains not netted along top of Haldon Range. Altitude, 850 ft. to 2,600 ft. above sea-level. Access by proposed road up Deep Creek, seven miles from railway-station. Permanent water, principally on Flaxbourne slopes.