Location 345
Dwelling #345
Map 0



Duffers Gully


Dwelling #345. Duffers Gully right bank of Bannockburn Creek, approx 100m inland and approx 400m downstream of dwelling #300.

Still Standing


The hut is now a ruin

Construction Details

Stacked stone with pug mortar. May have been tussock thatched roof or corrugated iron. Built into a bank.

Location Type


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Interested Parties

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Group Date Description
1 post 1878 Unknown Details


The table below shows any historical notes about the location.

Note Date Short Description Note Text
3177 post 1878 General notes. This dwelling was a hut in a small gully off the south side of Duffers Gully, on the right bank of a small side creek . It is near two large willow trees. Gold workings on the hill behind. It is not on the A J Park map of 1878. It is now concealed in scrub.


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Image Id Source Date Short Description
637 Paul Crump - Bannockburn 2001 Duffers Gully - western side. View Image
638 Paul Crump - Bannockburn 2001 Remains of dwelling #345. View Image
639 Paul Crump - Bannockburn 2001 Remains of Dwelling #345 - looking east. View Image
2421 Paul Crump - Bannockburn post 1876 Dwelling #345 - Duffers Gully View Image