The great Australian poet Henry Kendall lived in the Camden Haven from 1874 to 1881 and found much of his inspiration for his works from its landscape. The small town of Camden Haven was renamed Kendall in 19891 and to further celebrate this poet there is now a Poets’ Walk in Kendall.
The poets musings and those of other local poets can be found on a series of power poles that around the town. There are 30 in a very reasonable distance with the walk also taking you past many heritage and character buildings and other public art. Copies of the walk are available at the Kew Visitor Information Centre or available online.
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