This book which was printed in 1984 gives not only the geology of the area but also the history of the various areas that Jacksons Creek and the Saltwater River now known as the Maribyrnong River pass through. There are many drawings and photos accompanying the information relating to the various areas and buildings researched in this book. From Sunbury to Williamstown some of the names and places mentioned include John Aitken, George Evans, William J.T. Clarke, Ben Eadie, Rupertswood, Goonawarra Vineyard, Organ Pipes, Glenara, Walter Clark, Keilor, Overnewton, Avondale Heights, Solomons ford, Riverview Tea Gardens, Anglers Hotel, Aberfeldie Park, Humes Pipe Works, Powder Magazine, Maribyrnong, Munitions factories, Footscray Park, Flemington, Footscray, Yarraville, Newport, Williamstown, Commonwealth reserve, the blue stone lighthouse.
A small cream/olive green colour covered printed book of 74 pages. The front cover shows part of a pen and wash drawing of a homestead. It has the name of the book and the author Hugh Anderson printed at the top of the cover and Sunbury to the Sea printed at the bottom. There are many drawings and photos included in the book.
SALTWATER RIVER/HISTORY TRAILS/HUGH ANDERSON/Sunbury to the Sea
saltwater river, maribyrnong river, jacksons creek, anderson hugh, sunbury, keilor, organ pipes national park, solomons ford, riverview tea gardens, humes pipe works, powder magazine, footscray, yarraville, newport, williamstown