An alternative spelling of Tumut, in the Snowy Mountains.
Sturt, Charles, Two expeditions into the interior of southern Australia, during the years 1828, 1829, 1830, and 1831 : with observations on the soil, climate, and general resources of the colony of New South Wales, 2vols, London, 1833, vol.1, p.liii and map.
Reed, A.W., Place-names of New South Wales : Their Origins and Meanings, Sydney, 1969, p.140.
The name changed to Tumblong to avoid confusion with the gold field town of Adelong 20 km to the east, about 35 km east of Tumut.
Rea, Beresford, Up and Down the Sydney Road The Romance of the Hume Highway, Melbourne, 1958, p.163.
Guntegai or Guntigery
Eyre's spelling of Gundagai.
Waterhouse, Jill (ed.), Autobiographical Narrative of Residence and Exploration in Australia 1832-1839 by Edward John Eyre, London, 1984, pp.98, 173.
Happy Jacks River
An alternative name for the Tumut River in the Snowy Mountains.
Hueneke, Klaus, Kiandra to Kosciusko, Canberra, 1987, p.249.
So named after Ferdinand von Mueller, now called Mount Townsend after the surveyor, Thomas Townsend, just north of Mount Kosciuszko.
Rawson, Geoffrey, The Count A Life of Sir Paul Edmund Strzelecki・・・, Melbourne, 1953, p.203.
The Australia Alps. Said to be 6,000 feet high and "covered with perpetual snows."
Maclehose, J., Maclehose's picture of Sydney and strangers' guide in New South Wales for 1839, Sydney, 1839, p.149.
Sturt's name for the Muttama Creek. Warby had squatted at its junction with the Murrumbidgee, a little north of Gundagai.
Sturt, Charles, Two expeditions into the interior of southern Australia, during the years 1828, 1829, 1830, and 1831 : with observations on the soil, climate, and general resources of the colony of New South Wales,2vols, London, 1833, vol.1, map.
Cumpston, J.H.L., Charles Sturt : His Life and Journeys of Exploration, Melbourne, 1951, p.32.
An alternative name for the Australian Alps.
Williams, Glyndwr and Alan Frost (eds.), Terra Australis to Australia, Melbourne, 1988, map p.18.