Photograph 7495674
Some 30 new settlers from Britain, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Holland, Poland and Yugoslavia are among 200 men working on a project to double the size of the famous Murrumbidgee Irrigation Areas within 10 years. Some of the houses which the New South Wales Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission has built at Darlington Point for workers on the Coleambally Scheme

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A12111, 1/1959/16/119
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