Sailor Creek is
a small bridged creek on the Old Telegraph Track.
It took me a
while to find it.
It is on the map, but after my trips I seemed to never recall it, and
it was missing on photos too.
Only lately did I work out that it is the creek that you cross on a
small bridge, right after Sheldon
Lagoon, and before you come to the junction where the Old Telegraph Track joins in with Bypass Roads until you come to the Fruit Bat Falls and Eliot Falls sign.
Just north of
Creek Bridge is an old Telegraph Line workers' shelter
and an old bush
There is a
fireplace too and it is not a bad place to camp. The
roof of the shelter has lots of previous travellers' names written on
The old Telegraph
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