Mr RAMSEY (Grey—Government Whip) (16:32): In my home town of Kimba, they began to open the farming lands in about 1908. In 1913, a railway line arrived, but there were considerable supplies coming from the coastal community of Cowell, 90 kilometres to the south-east. To facilitate this, a place called Shed Tanks was built, roughly halfway between the two communities, where there was a large roof and tanks so people could rest their horses, water them and camp overnight because it was a two-day trip. Shed Tanks was somewhat restored in the 1970s but is falling into disrepair. Local neighbors there, Martin and Rachel Deer, have decided that enough is enough. They assembled a committee from both towns: Hayden Francis and his wife, Kate; Sarah and Trav Modystach; Kelli-Jo and Dave Kovac; Graham Bullman; Jasmin and Wayne Piggot; Donna McGoldrick; and Carmen and Clint Rayner from Kimba. On Saturday night, they staged a black tie event at Shed Tanks, in a large marquee attached to the original Shed Tanks. There were 150 guests. There were auction items that made over $20,000, and $1,200 was donated on the night. We anticipate that it will provide around $30,000 to restore this fantastic piece of history between our two towns.