What’s in a name?
Well-known entrepreneur and adventurer Dick Smith is a long term advocate for the traditions of scouting and bushwalking in Australia.
He contacted Juicy Projects to research an anomaly found in the NSW Geographic Names Board records, which was reflected on the modern 1:25,000 topographic maps in use today.
It’s a story of intrigue, mystery, lost-and-found, epic expeditions, politics, ego and bravado.
The resultant 65 page report and discovery video drew on primary and secondary sources, and the resources of the 1000-box Myles Dunphy collection at the NSW State Library.
In October 2019, the project was successful in achieving the re-naming of an historic but significant feature on NSW topographic maps.