The Rowena olivine bronzite chondrite (H6) was broken into many fragments when struck by a plough on "Franxton" property (lat. 29°48′, long. 148°38′), 27 km west of Rowena railway station. It was found in January 1962. The stone was weathered and the weight of fragments recovered was 34.42 kg. The mineral composition and structure are given.
The Willaroy bronzite chondrite (H3) was found lying on the ground on "Willaroy" property (lat. 30°06′, long. 143°12′) on 12 March 1970. It was in four pieces the total weight being 4.05 kg. It was weathered. Mineralogical compositions and a chemical analysis are given.