Pushing Through Barriers to Strike Gold

by Darren Rowse
Image via Flickr user Tony Oliver The year was 1851, and two brothers stood by a bend in a creek that had wishfully been named ‘Golden Point’ by gold prospectors in days gone by. Cavanagh was the surname of the two brothers, and they’d been digging – along with around 600 others – in their ‘claim’ at Golden Point for days.Read the full article