St Johns Catholic Church, Jamieson

Jamieson - Places to See

Jamieson (including Kevington, Gaffneys Creek, A1 Settlement, Woods Point, Matlock and Aberfeldy)
Small and scenic rural village where the Goulburn and Jamieson Rivers meet.
Jamieson is a small, scenic and sprawling rural village of some 250 people at the confluence of the Goulburn and Jamieson Rivers. It is situated in a beautiful valley which is surrounded by densely-covered mountainous terrain at the south-eastern corner of Lake Eildon. The township is 37 km south of Mansfield and 199 km north-east of Melbourne via Eildon which is 62 km distant.

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The Victorian Alps near Bogong Alpine Village


Bogong Alpine Village
Attractive ski village on the edge of the Alpine National Park
10 km from Mt Beauty is a lookout area known as View Point. Another kilometre takes you past Clover Dam and Clover Power Station (attempts are currently being made to reopen Clover Flat Arboretum).

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The historic Court House


Yackandandah (including Allans Flat)
Fascinating historic gold mining town
Yackandandah is a rather special and very attractive historic village situated in a valley amidst a series of substantial hills. The streetscape is largely unchanged from its heyday as a goldmining town. Many of the buildings are genuinely historic and attractive: so much so that the entire commercial area has been classified by the National Trust. The fine main street is lined with shady English trees (some planted in the 19th century), verandahs, wide awnings, tea houses, galleries, shops selling crafts, gifts, antiques and collectables, a couple of country pubs and some gracious churches.

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The old Bank of Victoria building now the Wahgunyah Post Office


A small town on the Murray River.
Wahgunyah is a small Murray River town of some 500 people located 272 km north-east of Melbourne via Wangaratta which is 39 km to the south-west. As the river forms a substantial portion of the state border Corowa, just 2 km away on the other side of the river, is part of New South Wales. The main employer in town is the Uncle Toby's Factory although there are also four wineries in the vicinity.

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Benalla Ceramic Mural on the banks of Lake Benalla


Benalla (including Tatong)
Important and interesting rural centre
Benalla is an attractive centre of some 8700 people situated on the Broken River 188 km north-east of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway and 40 km south-west of Wangaratta on the Broken River. Known as the 'Rose City' it is noted for its public gardens.

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Trees exposed by the falling waters in the Hume Weir


Modern town which appeared when the original town was drowned in 1956.
Tallangatta, located 39 kilometres east of Wodonga (338 km north of Melbourne) and 230 metres above sea level, describes itself as 'The Town That Moved' and that is its central claim to fame.

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