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Coach and Horses Hotel (2014). Built in 1857, this once served as the first Cobb and Co stop outside Melbourne, on the way to the gold fields.
Former Duckholes Hotel (2014). This old building which operated as a hotel from 1862-1896 still stands on the corner of Duckholes Rd.
The Lodge (2014). This was built in 1875 and served as the gatehouse to Rupertswood until the death of Sir William Clarke in 1897.
Burke and Wills Monument (2014). Their expedition to the Gulf of Carpentaria started at Royal Park on 20 August, 1860. By the time they reached here the next day, the camp had to be divided with the camels staying here and the horses nearby.
First Flight monument (2014). On 16 July, 1910, John Duigan flew an aircraft for a distance of 7 metres at his parent's property 'Spring Plains' near here.
Site of Burke and Wills' Camp VI. The expedition arrived here 7 days after leaving Melbourne and it was reported that the Landlord of the Inn (Matheson's Hotel) 'had a good day'.
Burke and Wills Camp IV monument (2014). It was near here that Burke and Wills camped on 23 August 1860, en route to the Gulf of Carpentaria.
Campaspe River (2014). Burke and Wills crossed this on Kennedy's punt in 1860 and set up their Camp VIII here.
Bolinda Creek Viaduct (2014). Constructed in 1881, this 14-span bridge is 64 metres long and ranks as Victoria's second oldest surviving timber railway bridge.
Mia Mia Mechanics' Institute (2014). Established on this site in 1907, it was extended and renovated in 1983. The building on the left was a CFA Fire Station until a new one was built at the recreation reserve.
Rupertswood (2014). Said to be the birthplace of the cricketing trophy, The Ashes. After a social match in 1882, Lady Clarke presented the English captain Ivo Bligh with a small urn containing the ashes of a burnt bail. The rest, as they say, is history.
Mia Mia Uniting Church (2014). It is not often you see a church with a chimney, and matching bluestone toilets!
First Flight monument (2014). This marks the area of the first flight of an aeroplane built and flown by an Australian, on 16 July, 1910.
Mustey's Bridge (2014). Charles Mustey established a butcher's shop near here in 1860 and it was from there that Burke and Wills obtained meat for their expedition north. Legend has it that they left without paying and Charles had to chase them some distance to get his money.
The Clare Inn (2014). With three hotels and a steam flour mill, this was once a busy centre for road traffic heading north. In 1864 the train line from Melbourne to Echuca bypassed it.
Burke and Wills Centenary Cairn (2014). The party camped near this spot on 28 August 1860 on their journey north.
Bolinda Bridge (2014). This takes the Melbourne-Lancefield Rd over Bolinda Creek.
The Lodge and entrance to Rupertswood (2014). Built in 1874-76, the mansion is some 800 metres down this drive. The Lodge is now a cafe.
Rupertswood (2014). Designed by George Browne and built in 1874-76 for Sir William Clarke, this bluestone mansion was one of Victoria's largest residences. It is now used mainly for wedding receptions and social functions.
Mia Mia CFA (2014). The old and the new fire stations. There is another, older fire station beside the Mechanics' Institute in nearby Valley Rd.
Burke and Wills Winery (2014). Originally the Lancefield Winery, this continues the tradition as home to the local Folk Festival, each year in March.
Burke and Wills Track (2014). The naming of this track commemorates Burke and Wills' journey from here to Mia Mia.
Former stables at the Clare Inn (2014). Burke and Wills stopped here on their expedition to the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1860.
Burke and Wills Centenary Cairn (2014). This was erected in 1960 by the Shire of Waranga, to mark 100 years since Burke and Wills camped near here.
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