KA 04 - Map Name Navarre North XE 810 280 - Shire of Northern Grampians - Stage 2 Heritage Study, 2004
Statement of Significance
Last updated on - July 31, 2004
The remains of the charcoal pits constructed during World war II are of historical and scientific significance to the Kanya district. The site is of importance for its potential to provide information that contributes to a greater understanding of the history of charcoal burning and local conditions during World war II and has a strong presumption of archaeological research potential. Further historical research and archaeological investigation is recommended.
RECOMMENDED LEVEL OF SIGNIFICANCE: Conservation Desirable