Dunolly and District

A blog about a fabulous little town in Central Victoria.

26 August, 2016

August 26 #OnThisDay in #Dunolly & District #History


1861 The application forms for residence and cultivation of crown lands will be received by MW Anderson of Dunolly.

1862 First of several Mining leases applied for porcelain clay by the Dunolly Porcelain Company.

1899 Cr Skelton has been re-elected Mayor of Dunolly.

1936 At a meeting of the Loddon Valley Football League Woodstock was suspended following transfer of a player. Woodstock was given until 27th to send an apology to the secretary and president of the league, failing that the club will be suspended and won’t take any further participation in the competition.

25 August, 2016

August 25 #OnThisDay in #Dunolly & District #History


1861 HB Daly Storekeeper at Dunolly has been appointed an agent to sell the celebrated cough drops and influenza drops of Grants And Sons which gave universal satisfaction the previous winter.

1861 Designs for a town hall are invited by the municipal council of Dunolly with 15 pounds awarded to the plan approved of and adopted by the council.

1891 Councillor Thomas Fothringham was elected to president of the Bet Bet Shire.

1932 Councillor McPherson dislocated his shoulder when he was thrown from a cart in which he was riding on top of boxes.

1932 Ten shooters from Dunolly shot 550 hares and 2 foxes at Corack.

24 August, 2016

August 24 ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in ‪#‎Dunolly‬ & District ‪#‎History‬


1865 Dunolly jewellers store owned by Phillips was entered, watches and jewellery to a great value were taken. The store was broken into at the rear while Mr Phillips was away at a concert.

1866 DUNOLLY, AUG 24. A great rush has been made on the ground composing the Market square. The prospectors have washed half and ounce of gold from a tin dishful of washdirt taken off the bottom of their shaft.

1871 Lecture in the town hall by Rev Poynder in aid of the building fund “Woman and her characteristics”. Admission 1 shilling children half price.

1877 Mr Nixon’s imported horse, Victor’s Model, died at Eddington from heart disease.

1898 Tarnagulla Bicycle Club held a successful meeting at the Tarnagulla reserve; it was good weather guaranteeing a good turn out, with many races held. Afternoon tea supplied by the ladies and an evening concert held in the Victoria Theatre with entertainment talent from Bendigo, Dunolly and surrounding district. Proceeds of the day will go towards the Mechanics Institute.

1902 Last night, whilst Mrs. Galsworthy, landlady of the Railway Hotel, was occupied, someone entered the bar parlor sprang the lock of the cupboard and took the cash box, containing £25, besides papers, among which was the licence. The matter was reported to the police who have suspicion of the thief, but the cashbox or contents has not been recovered.

1916 12 pounds was obtained at a concert held at Bealiba to support Queen of Friendly Societies in the competition for the Dunolly Hospital.

23 August, 2016

August 23 #OnThisDay in #Dunolly & District #History

VIRGIN MARY SIGHTED AT DUNOLLY
*Proof it really IS The Centre Of The Universe*




1861 The Mount Alexander Mail reported that Fraynes Reef at Old Dunolly had its first crushing some of which was crushed at Benyons and some at Hammonds at Sandy Creek, it yielded 200 pounds each to the shareholders.

1871 A lecture in the town hall on the late war was given by Rev Chambers of Tarnagulla.

1881 The Minister for Railways, Mr Bent and the Minister of Mines left Wedderburn for Inglewood at 3.30pm to inspect the rail lines while discussing the proposed Dunolly to Inglewood railway line.

1892 From Daniel Dooley, age 59 years, who was a patient at an Asylum, possibly Ararat, who says: I was brought by a policeman because I was silly, and I was in the habit of saying my prayers. I stayed a night out looking for a quartz reef. I value it at 100 pounds. I’ve been at Dunolly on an unemployment pass. I brought a tent. I saw a lot of larrikins there, and they burned my tent. When I came back I could not find the place. I met five men dressed like navvies (Irish workers). I spoke to them and they did not answer. I met more and I spoke and they said they were ghosts. I wanted to go into a house, but they said it was haunted. I then saw the Devil — like a steam engine. I then saw the B.V.M. (Blessed Virgin Mary) and I spoke to her and shook hands with her. She took a tree up to make shelter for me and sent J. C. (Jesus Christ) to obtain another for me. She lifted up the tree as easy as I can this chair. And there was music and ejaculations of the Hail Mary. I asked for money and she had a bird in her hand and placed it on a perch, and one of the men had a purse with him but that money I’ve not got yet. I told a priest and he told me to be off !

1916 A Red Cross concert and sale of goods was held at Bet Bet in the local school, entertainment by the Dunolly Quartette comprising of Mr and Mrs Stafford, Miss Stafford and Mr Walker with humorous recitals by Mr Johnson of Ballarat.

1938 Bealiba branch of the CWA celebrated it’s 4th birthday at the Dunolly Town Hall, the teaching of first aid to all members will be inaugurated.

1957 Adelaide Lead post office closed.

22 August, 2016

August 22 #OnThisDay in #Dunolly & District #History



1864 Aggravated Assault by a Woman. — A notorious character, named Eliza Smith, who has been convicted any number of times at the Dunolly court,during the last four or five years for drunkenness,thefts, assaults, and almost every conceivable crime,was sentenced by Mr F. K. Orme, on Saturday, to a month's imprisonment for an assault -;on one John Silverthorne. This termagant had gone to Silverthorne's residence, about noon on the previous day, and commenced abusing him to her heart's content. He left the house for the purpose of going to the police camp to complain of her conduct, when, just as he was entering the sergeant's quarters, Smith seized him by the head and punched him until the blood oozed from his nose and mouth.This being within sight of some of the constables,she was immediately lodged in durance vile. When brought before the court, the prisoner admitted the assault, and said she was sorry she did not give Silverthorne more of it. On sentence being given,she shook her fist at the prosecutor, and told him it would be the worse for him when she came out.We are informed her conduct while in the lock-up has been exceedingly violent ; indeed, in passing the police reserve, on Saturday, we heard her using disgusting language, in a tone almost loud enough to be heard in the street. She was also sentenced to three days' extra imprisonment for being drunk and disorderly. The district should by some means be ridded of such a pest as this she-fiend.

1872 DEATH OF THE QUEEN OF THE LODDON.
Mr. R. Farie has written to the Inglewood Advertiser in reference to this venerable aborigine, whom the Wedderburn correspondent a few weeks since stated to be about 100 year old : — ""Boort Station, 24th August — Sir, — Allow me to supplement the information you give regarding the old queen of the Loddon tribe by saying that she died here on Tuesday morning, the 22nd inst.,and was buried yesterday in the aborigine's burial place here. For the last ten or twelve years she has been a complete cripple, quite unable to move about, or rather she remained so till some three or four years ago,when she suddenly and unaccountably recovered the use of her limbs, which she retained to a fair extent till her death. She undoubtedly died solely of old age. She has been here for a long time past, and indeed for the last ten or twelve years this station and Mr. Cameron's at Lake Meeran have been her chief head-quarters. She was the only black in this district who never used tobacco or alcohol in any shape. "

1953 Vacancies for three double certificate Nursing Sisters, including one for permanent night duty, was advertised for Dunolly Hospital.

2013 A large Protest rally was held outside the Dunolly Town Hall to fight Central Goldfields Shire decision to downgrade the Mobile Library Service to that of a "Guerrilla Van".

21 August, 2016

August 21 ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in ‪#‎Dunolly‬ & District ‪#‎History‬


1899 Cr Desmond heaped praise upon The Argus for its efforts in the cause of Federation.

1935 Dunolly Hospital to Rebuild,
DUNOLLY, Wednesday.— Dunolly District Hospital committee decided to adopt plans for a rebuilding scheme as recommended bv the Charities Board, involving an expenditure of £6000. Provision will be made for intermediate and private patients. . The present accommodation is now overtaxed.

1946 The Transport Regulation Board refused the application of Provincial Motors Pty Ltd to run a 27 passenger vehicle between Bendigo and St Arnaud via Laanecoorie, Eddington, Dunolly, Burke’s Flat and Logan.

19 August, 2016

August 19 #OnThisDay in #Dunolly & District #History


1859 A new rush between Mount Moligul and Cochrans (Bealiba) has broken out, Mr Callot’s crushing machine now in full force with the best rocks having been found at Kingower and old Dunolly, also a new rush has started at Moligul on the Jericho road.

1861 New rush began with a gold find at Burnt Creek.

1880 It was reported by a recent arrival to Melbourne from Dunolly that a carrier walking alongside his cart at Jones’ Creek stumbled on a lump in the road; thinking it was a lump of dirt he kicked at it removing the top dirt and revealing the gold nugget that it was, worth 400 pounds.
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18 August, 2016

August 18 #OnThisDay in #Dunolly & District #History


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1864 A Chinese Funeral. — A rather novel sight was to be witnessed in the town on Tuesday last. A Chinese, evidently of somewhat high degree, had departed this life, and a numerous body of his fellow-countrymen were following his corpse to its place of sepulchre, with white calico round their hats. They were dropping pieces of thin paper,pierced with holes, which, we understand, were to work some charm in connection with the final disposition of the departed. These were picked up after the funeral procession had passed, and one of them we inspected was simply a plain piece of paper pierced with holes in the manner we have described.

1882 A meeting was held in the Dunolly Town Hall to consider forming a Dunolly Fruit and Wine Growers Association and was attended by a large number of men who represent over 200 acres of vineyards in the district.

1932 Walter Rooney found a 2 oz nugget 2 miles north of Dunolly when washing dirt taken from the bottom of a recently sunk 5 ft shaft.

1934 The quarterly meeting of the 27th District Council of the RSL was held at Dunolly with delegates visiting from Bendigo, Mitiamo, Loddon Valley, Kyneton, Castlemaine, Marong, Pyramid Hill, Maldon and Inglewood.

1980 A Melbourne builder found a 39oz gold nugget, believed to be worth about $40,000, at Dunolly on Saturday.
Mr Gunter Lohmann said he had found a four-gram piece of gold but his metal detector had a faulty coil and he decided to return to his car for a replacement. "While cutting back through the bush my wife, Helen, suggested I switch it on, just in case", he said.
"You just wouldn't believe it. Within seconds we got a mighty blast and six inches below was the biggest and heaviest nugget I'd ever seen".

1980 About I50 people attended a meeting of the newly formed Prospectors and Miners Association on Saturday night at Dunolly. The association was formed at Castlemaine a fortnight ago to protest against recommendations in a land-conservation report on north central Victoria. Dr Kemsley, president of the association, said that if the proposed conservation recommendation became law more than 123,000 hectares of unreserved crown land would be closed to gold prospectors.


Both the Minister for Conservation, Mr Houghton, and the land conservation chairman, Mr Sam Dimmick, have said Dr Kemsley is wrong.

17 August, 2016

August 17 #OnThisDay in #Dunolly & District #History


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1864 Dunolly Borough elections – Martin, Daly, Simpson, Walls and Phillips were elected. Mr Thompson and Mr Heap were elected to the Bet Bet road board.

1891 The Rifle Club at Goldsborough was officially disbanded by the Minster of Defence FT Sargood.

1891 FIRE AT DUNOLLY.
A FLOUR MILL DESTROYED.
DUNOLLY, Sunday.
At about 4 o clock this morning the town was alarmed by the violent ringing of the fire bell, and it was soon ascertained that the Union flour Mill North Broadway, belonging to Mr Joseph Hill was in flames The sky was lit up with a bright glare, and at a dis tance the flames could be seen rushing from the topmost windows of the building Before the fire brigade could reach the place, which is over half a mile from town, the fire had caught such a hold of the woodwork of the interior that it was hope less to try to save the mill itself In a short time after the first alarm had been given the whole of the interior of the building was one mass of flames and they were streaming high into the air, lighting the whole country round In less than an hour the roof of the granary fell in, and shortly afterwards the roof of the main brick building also fell in with a great crash, and the whole place was a total wreck. The machinery was completely destroyed, and only the four bare brick walls were left standing The fire brigade had no pressure of water, but ob tained what they could from a tank at the back of the building and made vigorous efforts to save the engine room and the engines Huge stacks of firewood were piled close to the building and other properties and had the firewood once caught the conflagration would have extended to the adjoining buildings
The granary contained about 800 bags of wheat, besides bran and the main building about 500 bags of flour. Under the debris ere found about 200 bags ft wheat, which were saved. Although the greater portion was considerably damaged by the smoke, dirt, and water, a portion of it is expected to be fairly good. This is nearly all that is saved of the large stock of wheat and flour. Mr Hill only took over the business 14 months ago and since that time has expended over £1,500 in erecting the newest improvements in machinery. He was previously a successful wheat-grower m the Archdale district, and is known as an industrious and enterprising man Great s)sympathy is felt for him in this calamity. His loss 13 estimated at about £3 800 behaving effected insurances on the stock and machinery to the amount of £26OO as follows -London and Glasgow and Straits Companies £1,000 between them Northern, £1,000 The building, which be longed to Mr Dorward, was uninsured. The origin of the fire is a complete mystery
There was no one in the mill after dark, and at 1 a .m. all appeared to be perfectly safe. The fire must have originated in the main building A resident, attracted by the glare, roused Mr. Hill and before the flames obtained complete mastery, they succeeded in rescuing the safe containing the books and documents of the firm. As showing how fires often may occur, Mr Hill states that on the previous day a bag of wheat in load from the station was found to have a hole in it and on proceeding to repair it a box of matches fell out, which must have been left among the grain during bagging

1916 A jumble sale to aid the Queen Competition for the local Queen was held, raising 33 pounds 9 shillings and 8 pence.

1936 A relief worker working at the State Forestry Camp near Dunolly severely gashed his foot with an axe and was admitted to the Dunolly Hospital.
The Returned Soldiers Ball in the Dunolly Town Hall raised 40 pounds.

1942 Death of Mrs Mary Cheetham of Tarnagulla at age 99, believed to be the first white girl in the district 90 years ago. Her husband had been a member of the legislative assembly 50 yrs previously.

16 August, 2016

August 16 ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ n ‪#‎Dunolly‬ & District ‪#‎History‬

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1873 An ironbark tree, 3 ft in diameter was cut down at Inkermann by a splitter and 9 ft length cut from the tree and in the centre of the log there was found a piece of quartz 3oz in weight, without the least sign of decay anywhere near the find in the timber.

 1882 Two footy teams of 15 players played a match at Goldsborough. Very wet conditions, Dunolly and Goldsborough each scored a goal, the match was declared a draw.

 1891 The Union Flour Mill, owned by Mr Joseph Hill, on North Broadway was completely destroyed by fire at 4am with only 200 bags of wheat ,  the engine house and contents being saved, the damage was estimated at 4,000 pounds which is only partly covered by insurance.

1902 The weather continues very dry with heavy frosts. There is no grass and the crops are very backward. Hay is worth £5, and straw £2 per ton, prices that have not previously been realised for years.

 1903 The home of Mr E Peters, proprietor of the Peters Soap works, was broken into by thieves while the family were at church, with several rooms thoroughly searched; £3 of money and some items of jewellery were taken.

 1908 Mr Castleman of Murphy’s Flat tripped and fell on his verandah fracturing 2 ribs.

 1945 The Dunolly Bowls Club was formed at meeting.

15 August, 2016

August 15 #OnThisDay in #Dunolly & District #History


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1878 Oldmeadows of Dunolly, jam manufacturers, received an Honourable Mention from the Food Jury at the Paris Exhibition.

1886 Rev James Moy Ling, Chinese Missionary, conducted the service in the Dunolly Wesleyan Church with a large congregation. ON Tuesday 11 Chinese will be baptised in the church.

1911 Horse parades were held in Dunolly and examined by Mr Johnson the Govt Inspector.

1936 Mr Catto of Rheola won the trophy for the 3rd time for the Apple Export Competition, the trophy put up by Mr Colombie. It is now Mr Catto’s permanently.

14 August, 2016

Dunolly Pre-School Art Show 19 August 2016

Don't forget to hustle your bustle to the Dunolly Pre-School Art Show this Friday, 19 August 2016.
Plenty of stalls and works of art , over all mediums, to tempt any art lover.
Not only do you have a fun evening selecting a beautiful piece of work but you're also helping to support one of the great resources in our fabulous town.

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August 14 ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in ‪#‎Dunolly‬ & District ‪#‎History‬


1865 The Havelock Post Office (2) opened.

14-15 1871 A reception of Japanese and European artists –including Yama Moto, Matz-Noski and Kami Sama the tightrope walking girl in clogs, European tenors, Irish comic vocalists and Donato the one-legged dancer - was held in the Dunolly Town Hall.

1886 The Dunolly Church of England bazaar closed with takings of over 200 pounds.

1935 Mr W. Macrae applied for a motor bus licence to carry children to school.


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28 April, 2016

Upcoming Dunolly Events

Dunolly Uniting Church Op Shop Fashion Parade, May 5th 2016
A Fashion Parade of some of the Uniting Church Op Shop new winter clothes will be held. A gold coin admission is requested. This includes afternoon tea. The fashion parade begins at 1.30pm. All clothes will be for sale after the parade.

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Who's Been Living In My House? May 7th 2016
Presented by:
Junction House and Goldfields Historical and Arts Society.
The Junction Hotel was a popular meeting place in the early 1860’s. Built for the goldminers of the Gooseberry Hill mine, it was also a venue for Balls and outdoor sports. Owner Rachel Buckley will become the original publican Ann Wigham in theatrical style, and tell the story of the buildings owners over the 150 year history.
May 7th
2pm-4pm
Junction House Dunolly
1787 Maryborough-Dunolly Rd, Dunolly 3472 VIC
Tickets by donation on the day
BOOKING DETAILS
03 5468 1858
Email - rachelbuckley@bigpond.com
Buckley's Of Dunolly
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Dunolly Community Market 8th May 2016

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Dunolly Uniting Church Car Boot Sale May 14th 2016

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Boy out of the Country May 15th, 2016

Larrikin Theatre and Regional Arts Victoria
There’s more to land than real estate. There’s more to family than DNA!

Jane Clifton leads a stellar cast to tell a story about family, loyalty and property prices in regional Australia. A family block, worthless for generations is suddenly re-zoned as part of a regional housing estate. Written with wit and in crackling Australian idiom by award winning playwright Felix Nobis, this is a fast paced, funny and highly satisfying piece of theatre about life beyond the big city.

Bookings HERE

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Bendigo Op Shop Tour May 18th 2016

A bus trip to all the Bendigo Op Shops is on Wednesday 18 May leaving the Centre at 9.30am. You are sure to find a bargain as we will be visiting around 5 or 6 Op Shops! Bring or buy your lunch, it will be wherever we are at the time. Bookings are essential and the cost is $10 per person.

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The Court Session May 22nd, 2016

An afternoon with writer Gideon Haigh in the historic Dunolly Court House. Gideon Haigh’s intriguing book, Certain Admissions, tells the story of the scandalous 1959 murder trial in Melbourne of the dashing but erratic John Kerr. Filling in the gaps in private and public records, this engaging writer leads us to a surprising conclusion that tells us much about the relationship between public opinion and law enforcement.

Further information and tickets HERE





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Country Style Dance May 28th 2016

Fundraising for The Dunolly Santa Show.
$10 per head.
7pm.
Dunolly Town Hall.
Tea, coffee, soft drinks available for purchase.
BYO drinks & nibblies.
The band "Bits 'N' Pieces"
For tickets call Rick Young 0407 117 036
Cheryl Renfrew 0427 488 337
Help support the children.

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Savoy Opera Company presents Gilbert & Sullivan's HMS Pinafore 11th June 2016

Featuring the talented Sian Williams, Beth Paterson, Rebecca Kmit, Zachary McCulloch, Stephen Coutts, Darcy Carroll & Geoff Carison.
Accompanied by the fabulous Savoy Chorus & Orchestra
Saturday June 11th @ 2.30 pm
Dunolly Town Hall, Broadway Dunolly

Tickets at the door
Adults $25
Children free
For any further information info@savoyoperacompany.com

23 March, 2016

March 23 ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in ‪#‎Dunolly‬ & District ‪#‎History‬

1905 Mr Kendall’s stolen bicycle waqs found at Mr Garside’s farm in Harcourt where the thief left it and slashed the tyres in a malicious act.

1913 Owing to the number of cases of typhoid over recently reported by -the health officer, the borough council hns requested the attendance of an officer from the Public Health department -to assist in tracing the cause of the outbreak. There were 'no fewer than five eases in. one house, and others in the same vicinity.

1918 Wood Bee – The annual wood bee in aid of the Dunolly District Hospital took place on Saturday and a large number of cutters and carters attended.It is estimated that over 100 tons of wood were delivered at the hospital. During the day the cutters and carters were supplied with refreshments. After the wood was delivered a chopping contest was held in the yard and 13 competitors took part. The contest was keen and was won by A. Polinelli (gold medal) J. Deledio second (gold medal), Dermondy third (axe), and G. Taylor fourth, (pig). Everything passed off successfully.

At the final meeting of the Charity Carnival the balance sheet showed a profit of 173.13. The meeting passed the sum of 13.13 to the secretary Mr. P. Raselli.

At the annual meeting of subscribers to the Dunolly Public Library the report showed that the library had been open for 53 years and there were 3132 volumes on the shelves. Feeling reference was made to the death of librarian and secretary, Mr. J. B. Hicks.

1963 Dunolly reunion held at the Fitzroy gardens.

Savoy Opera Company presents Gilbert & Sullivan's HMS Pinafore 11th June 2016

Savoy Opera Company presents Gilbert & Sullivan's HMS Pinafore 11th June 2016



Featuring the talented Sian Williams, Beth Paterson, Rebecca Kmit, Zachary McCulloch, Stephen Coutts, Darcy Carroll & Geoff Carison.
Accompanied by the fabulous Savoy Chorus &  Orchestra
Saturday June 11th @ 2.30 pm
Dunolly Town Hall, Broadway Dunolly

Tickets at the door
Adults $25
Children free
For any further information info@savoyoperacompany.com

The Court Session May 22nd, 2016

 The Court Session May 22nd, 2016



An afternoon with writer Gideon Haigh in the historic Dunolly Court House. Gideon Haigh’s intriguing book, Certain Admissions, tells the story of the scandalous 1959 murder trial in Melbourne of the dashing but erratic John Kerr.  Filling in the gaps in private and public records, this engaging writer leads us to a surprising conclusion that tells us much about the relationship between public opinion and law enforcement.

Boy out of the Country May 15th, 2016

 

Boy out of the Country May 15th, 2016

Larrikin Theatre and Regional Arts Victoria
There’s more to land than real estate. There’s more to family than DNA!

Jane Clifton leads a stellar cast to tell a story about family, loyalty and property prices in regional Australia. A family block, worthless for generations is suddenly re-zoned as part of a regional housing estate. Written with wit and in crackling Australian idiom by award winning playwright Felix Nobis, this is a fast paced, funny and highly satisfying piece of theatre about life beyond the big city.

Bookings HERE

Who's Been Living In My House? May 7th 2016

Who's Been Living In My House? May 7th 2016


Presented by:
Junction House and Goldfields Historical and Arts Society.
The Junction Hotel was a popular meeting place in the early 1860’s. Built for the goldminers of the Gooseberry Hill mine, it was also a venue for Balls and outdoor sports. Owner Rachel Buckley will become the original publican Ann Wigham in theatrical style, and tell the story of the buildings owners over the 150 year history.
May 7th
2pm-4pm
Junction House Dunolly
1787 Maryborough-Dunolly Rd, Dunolly 3472 VIC
Tickets by donation on the day
BOOKING DETAILS
03 5468 1858
Email - rachelbuckley@bigpond.com
Buckley's Of Dunolly

TINY TOWNS ARTS CRAFTS AND ARTISANS TRAIL 23rd & 24th April 2016

TINY TOWNS ARTS CRAFTS AND ARTISANS TRAIL 23rd & 24th April 2016

Tiny Towns region of Central Victoria is home to many talented artists, artisans and craftspeople. This inaugural Arts, Crafts and Artisans Trail over the ANZAC weekend, Saturday 23 April and Sunday 24 April is an opportunity to enjoy and purchase their work on display in small galleries, historic public buildings, restaurants and wineries.

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