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In a bend of the Molonglo River within the Molonglo Gorge Recreation Area, north-west of the industrial estate in the city of Queanbeyan. The hash is by definition inside the Australian Capital Territory.
Go to the industrial estate and see whether there was a view across to where the hash site was situated; there was no practical way to get to the hash.
I went to the industrial estate that backs onto the railway line that marks the boundary between the state of New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The estate is within NSW, and is bordered along its western and northern sides by the railway line that marks the NSW/ACT border at that place. The hash is on a peninsular formed by a loop of the Molonglo River where it cuts a gorge into the landscape as it comes past the city of Queanbeyan.
The nearest point to the hash was a woodyard. Its western border has trees along the railway line, and I could not see through them to the hash. I took a picture, anyway, along the wall-line of a saw shed that 'points' to the hash.
On the road back, I got near the railway line easement and realised that I could see the peninsular of the hash. So, I took a picture showing me and the hash beyond.
Picture to follow :-)