On this day, 1st December 1823, Allan Cunningham returned to Mount Tomah eighteen miles from the Cox’s River.
Tag: Blue Mountains
On this day, 26th November 1823, Allan Cunningham was in the vicinity of “a more practicable pass discovered through the Blue Mountains by Archibald Bell in September”
On this day, 27th June 1823, Allan Cunningham was near Bathurst on his return journey from discovering Pandora’s Pass.
Sometime in March 1820 Allan Cunningham accompanied Leut. Lawson, Fedor Shtein the Russian naturalist and the artist Emel’yan Korneyev to the Blue Mountains. The Russians were part of the famous Bellingshausen expedition.