Dating far north queensland yorkeys knob

27-Dec-2019 12:18

Lawson made a search for them, but was unable to find any trace of them, not even an accident.The pilot cutter was sent to search for the couple.

Brian (pictured) is described as Caucasian, approximately 185cm tall with a solid build, brown eyes and grey hair.On 10 June 1886 Yorkey Lawson reported the loss of a man and his wife from Green Island.They had left to visit the wreck of the Upolu, intending to return the same day.Hidden away behind a headland poking out into the Coral Sea, lies one of Tropical North Queensland’s best kept secrets, Yorkey’s Knob.Just 10 minutes drive north of Cairns Airport, Yorkey’s Knob boasts beaches just as beautiful as its northern neighbours, but without the five star price.

Brian (pictured) is described as Caucasian, approximately 185cm tall with a solid build, brown eyes and grey hair.On 10 June 1886 Yorkey Lawson reported the loss of a man and his wife from Green Island.They had left to visit the wreck of the Upolu, intending to return the same day.Hidden away behind a headland poking out into the Coral Sea, lies one of Tropical North Queensland’s best kept secrets, Yorkey’s Knob.Just 10 minutes drive north of Cairns Airport, Yorkey’s Knob boasts beaches just as beautiful as its northern neighbours, but without the five star price.Lawson built a homestead adjoining the Mount Buchan estate near what is now Yorkeys Knob.