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Stringybark Creek Historic Reserve

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Weekend camp

Camped here over the long weekend quite busy however a great size so not to close to everyone... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2017
Victoria, Australia
Bushranger Ghosts

Great spot to "feel the presense of the old bushrangers". Clean amenities & very interesting... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2017
Mallacoota, Australia
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6 Nov 2017
“Weekend camp”
12 Oct 2017
“Bushranger Ghosts”
Archerton, Victoria, Australia
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Reviewed 7 November 2017

Camped here over the long weekend quite busy however a great size so not to close to everyone, fire pits, table/chairs well maintained area and a short walk to the "Kelly tree" area a nice spot

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Reviewed 13 October 2017

Great spot to "feel the presense of the old bushrangers". Clean amenities & very interesting placards. I wish the Hound Hunters shooting nearby would nick off a bit further away though. ps, drive a little ways up Madhouse Road&check out the OLD Gravesite

Thank alloz
Reviewed 1 October 2017

Nearly everybody can tell you that Ned Kelly shot three troopers at Stringybark Creek but how many of them know exactly where and and under what circumstances. These action led to the ultimate hanging of Kelly. The site near Tolmie Vic has been preserved and...More

Thank Ron C
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Stringybark creek is a beautiful seciton of forest you can walk through with part of the Ned Kelly story to boot. The location of the campsite where Ned Kelly and his gang were camped is marked as well as a monument to the three police...More

Thank Richard M
Reviewed 28 March 2017

It doesn't matter if you are a Ned Kelly supporter or a non supporter, this beautiful bush setting is a must see as it is one of the two most historical locations for the Kelly gang, the second being Glenrowan. The lives of many people...More

Thank john j
Reviewed 3 February 2017

Hidden amongst tall gums this site is at once beautiful and tragic, commemorating as it does the murder of 3 policemen by the Kelly Gang in 1878. There is nothing much at the site except for a pleasant picnic area and an information board, however...More

1  Thank Vandieman111
Reviewed 14 October 2015

The is part of the Ned Kelly Trail and set in the forest on dirt roads. The location is well sign-posted and has a small parking lot at the location. There are several information boards at the different important spots and easy walking paths to...More

1  Thank aandjburns
Reviewed 15 January 2013

it was very interesting and a great walk through the Victorian bush. he only problem was that it was a bit off the beaten track. You have to drive about 12 kilometers on a gravel road to get there. We were glad we took the...More

1  Thank mrmackay
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