Lake Macquarie History

Tickhole Creek, Cardiff

A watercourse about 2km long it rises adjacent to Tickhole Tunnel and flows generally west then southwest until its confluence with Winding Creek. Council suggested that this watercourse has always been known as Tickhole Creek. They supplied a registered plan dated January 1925 as evidence. This name was proposed on 18 November 1997 (Source: GNB).

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