Heritage Inventory Significance: Overall this site is assessed as being of high archaeological significance (9). There is potential for the recovery of significant archaeological data from the original settlement, dating from the 1850s. The extant miner's cottage and the ruins at the south of the site are assessed as being of moderate archaeological significance. The ruins at the north of the site indicate less potential and are assessed as being of low to moderate archaeological significance. Overall of moderate local historical significance. This is one of the earliest settled sites in the study area, and there has been continuous occupation by five generations of the same family. The house at the south end of the site is significant because of its construction method, concrete block with cavity wall, an innovative construction technique during the 1890s and 1900s.