Grid Reference WD 251402
Department DEPI
Work Depot Casterton
Region Far South West
Grading Primary
Elevation (ASL) 128m
Height 18m
Construction Steel
Cabin size 2.1m x 2.1m
Public access to site Yes
In use since 1960
CFA Region 4 - South West

Photo supplied by Rod Stone
This is a older style, Mark 1, Keel and Leeways tower.

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Above photos (2002) were supplied by Ray Lucas (Mt. Useful)

Above photos (2009) and updated info were supplied by Richard Webb

Corndale had it's cabin refurbished in 2013

Above photos were supplied by Andrew Dixon; first 2 were taken in Oct 2015 and the second 2 in Aug 2017

Photo by Gregor Wallace - Feb 1964 and supplied by Peter McHugh in Aug 2021. Peter also reported: This 60-foot tower is one of the
early steel designs and was built by the Forests Commission in 1960/61. Gregor Wallace spent Christmas Day 1963 on this tower so
the regular towerman could have the day with his family. Des Collins can be seen standing on the catwalk.

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