Natalie's property stored at 5 Ronald Ave
(equivalent to 44 circa large plastic containers of the type in immediately below pics, but some below are in deteriorating cardboard cartons or wardrobes, so about 13 more plastic boxes req'd).
I was disappointed at the ridiculous stuff that Natalie has not been able to part with, mainly every old subject files from the HSC and Sydney Uni, as well as her working life in Sydney.

I studied for 10 years at Macq Uni gaining a BEc and a Master in Applied Finance.  But I didn't need to keep the course material which Natalie will never look at.

Natalie admires her Buddhist friend, Deborah Kol's ideals.  Deborah is the antithesis of a 'materialist'.  But it hasn't rubbed off.

In Basement

Under home
Below are 3 large cardboard cartons (only two visible in below pic) of files that Justice Torbet had delivered to Natalie's home around 2008 when he retired from the Land and Environment Court because Archives didn't want them and neither did he, but Natalie perceived them as a gift.  Some of the Town Planning books and manuals are over 30 years old.
In exasperation after Natalie told me "to put them into storage" when I sell Freshwater, I 'phoned retired Justice Torbet at his
Awaba St, Mosman home around Jan 2016.  I spoke to his wife first as he was 'out'  She said, "I remember Natalie". 
Retired Justice Torbet 'phoned me back about 35 mins later.  We talked for about 12 mins.  He acknowledged that no one else wanted the old books and monthly reports.  He told me words to the effect:

"I doubt that Natalie would ever have a need to refer to them.  Some would be very old.  They couldn't be relied upon.  Town Planning laws can change when interested parties become involved about property opportunities."


(in 1st bedroom ground floor)

(in 2nd bedroom first floor)

(in 2nd bedroom first floor)

The two prints

The files on the desk and the boogie board