Contradiction Well

Contradiction Well is an example of many such wells sunk by the Government in the early 1900s to cater for the needs of miners/prospectors and their animals.

It was probably dug to a depth of about 100 metres and water was brought to the surface by windlass and bucket.


The reports of the various trips, tours and travels on the Adventures website have a lot of information about place names – their naming and features – toponymy. More information.

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