Brisbane Mill

Undershot watermill, so called because of where the water hit the wheel, that was constructed just above the head of navigation on Williams Creek.

1822 - 1824
Owned by
1822 - 1828

Working the Tides

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Two watermills existed on the Georges River in the 1820s. In 2013 a research team sought to discover how the maritime landscape of the Georges River and its tributaries sustained the transport of wheat, flour and manpower between the two mills in order to better understand the trials and tribulations of the early colonial settlers and their reliance on the waterways and landscapes of the Georges River.