Nappers Ruins

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Napper’s Ruins

Riverland South Australia

Located on the north side of Lake Bonney, Napper’s Ruins once stood strong as a hotel built for former workers of Cobdogla Station. It was originally called Lake Bonney Hotel and consisted of 11 rooms that included a well stocked bar and an eating room that could cater for 12 people. The hotel is now nothing more than ruins and includes interpretive information around the site.
Information from http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9002329

13 thoughts on “Nappers Ruins

  1. I’ve seen on maps of Australia places referred to as “stations”. What is a station? This one looks desolate and I suspect it was rather desolate back in the day.

    • HI thanks for your wonderful comment, here is the definition of station in here in Australia.n Australia, a station is a large landholding used for livestock production. It corresponds to the North American term ranch or South American estancia. The owner of a station is called a grazier (which corresponds to the North American term rancher) or pastoralist.

      • I am not 100% sure but I think it may come from the old roman Stations of the Cursus where they had outpost’s or a station that there couriers used as rest stops from city to city.

      • That makes sense especially in such open country. Thanks again.

  2. Perfect framing and composition! This is a situation where a little to the left or right or a moment too late makes the difference between getting the shot or not. Nice capture.

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