Two Creeks – Past to Present

Acrylic on Board

60 x80cm


The Two Creeks area in Middle Harbour was used as an Engineer Officers Training School in World War 1 where the men practised building bridges and other battle skills. This important work enabled this department to send forward highly trained Engineer Officers to the front.

The Guringai people once lived along these foreshores until the British arrived leaving archaeological remains such as middens, shelters and engravings and art.

Today this area is along a popular walking track.