Bio-remediation, 1 June 2009
Currency Creek, 1st June 2009
Machinery (possibly amphibious) involved with initial work to the Currency Creek regulator. A small barge is nearby. Both units are close to the nearby historic 'Mill' on the northern side. (Top left)
A shallow, crushed limestone embankment over acid sulphate soils. Authorities say that future flows will spread the limestone and treat the acid soils. (Top right)
Cracked, pyrite rich, acid sulphate soil in Currency Creek.
Another shallow limestone embankment stretching about 100 meters towards the distant northern side of the Currency floodplain.