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Biographical information on the residents of the Werribee Shire who served in World War One, 1914-1918 named on the Honour Boards held at the Werribee RSL and the Church of England, Werribee (known as the Little River Honour Board).
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Photograph taken from the front page of the 'Werribee Shire Banner' dated 11 January 1968. Article accompanying the photograph states: This is Bungey's Hole in the Werribee River one scene of the search for Mr. S. E. Tardrew aged 85 who disappeared…
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Swimming pool and dressing shed at Bungey's Hole. Taken from `Join us in a trip around Werribee, Victoria'.
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Located beside Bungies Hole, the small swimming pool was created for young children. It was commonly known as the Little Pool.
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The swimming hole at Cobbledicks Ford. It is known as the Frog Pool because in days gone by local children went tadpoling here.
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After the ford, the River has a deep water hole, within the Cobbledicks Ford recreational complex. This is a popular summertime swimming spot.

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