Photo supplied by Andre Belterman
||2.3m x 2.7m
||Public access to site
||In use since
||1949 - 1998 (original)
||12 - North Eastern
The following information was found in correspondence supplied by David Bannear.
An official letter from the Forest Commission of Victoria, dated 26th July 1954 talks about "establishing a fire lookout station on a prominent point in allot. 55 Sec. B, Parish of Eildon."
A database supplied by the DSE (formally known as Forest Commission and NRE) has the construction year as 1949!
Forest Commission letter dated 16-11-1967 talks about re-painting the cabin. Materials needed are: 1 gallon pink primer, 2 gallon external u/c white, 2 gallon external f/g white, 2 gallon roofing green, 1/3" paint brush, 1lb putty and 24 sheets of sanding paper. Total cost: $25
The towerman was to supply the labour while on duty.
An SEC letter dated 02-04-1975 is regarding power supply to the lookout.
83m of low-voltage line was proposed at a cost of $300.
A new Toronto cabin and structure was erected in 1998?
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Above photos (May 2009) and updated info was supplied by Richard Webb
Eildon tower received a new cabin before the 2013-14 season. Info supplied by John Hopper (DEPI Alexandra)
Above photos (May 2014) of tower, new cabin and view were supplied by Andre Belterman
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