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The buoys are original buoys that have been painted by Sev Appleton They link Woolgoolga with a past era. The cedar getters, the teamsters, the timber trade. An era commencing after the building of the first jetty in 1814. Standing on the site of a railway line which brought timber from Corindi and Woolgoolga Creek, the buoys are a symbol of a once busy port. .

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