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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).

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…

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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