Stratford Map

There are 29 sites on the Stratford Heritage Trail. All sites can be accessed on foot, most are accessible by car, but not all are wheel chair accessible.

If you wish to walk the Trail, don’t forget your hat, sunscreen and water-bottle. Please take care when crossing roads and do not walk on the train tracks.

You can download and print the map and list of sites to take with you.


List of Sites on the Heritage Trail

1. Introduction & Map. 16. USAT MacArthur, 1942.
2. Clacherty’s Post Office, 1930s. 17. Martin’s Sawmill, 1885.
3. Boyd’s Hall, 1930s. 18. Bar-Lun Sui-Yee Wui, 1890.
4. St Augustine’s Church, 1947. 19. Naming the Barron, 1876.
5. Cochrane’s Lily Bank, 1878. 20. Barron River tourism.
6. Jalarra Park, 1993. 21. Mason’s Acacia Bank, 1882.
7. Billy Jagar, 1870-1930. 22. Stratford Football Club, 1963.
8. Barron River trade, 1876. 23. Smart’s Joinery, 1930s.
9. Dwyer’s grave, 1877. 24. Suicide Bend.
10. Marett’s ferry, 1890. 25. Mount Whitfield.
11. Farmer’s bridge, 1921. 26. Explosives Magazine, 1901.
12. Relocated grave, 2003. 27. Johnston’s Timber Mill, 1921.
13. Stratford Bowls Club, 1952. 28. Tully’s Hotel, 1926.
14. Behan’s Ricemill, 1888. 29. Railway siding, 1892.
15. Stratford Bridge, 1934.  

GoogleEarth fly-over

Install the GoogleEarth plugin and take a birds-eye view of the Stratford Heritage Trail. Please give the images a little time to load to fully enjoy the tour.


 

The Stratford Heritage Trail is an initiative of the
Stratford & Freshwater Community Association

 


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