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February 2, 2020 12:00 pm Published by Comments Off on Join Patreon to support the Haunted Hills podcast

Support Haunted Hills Podcast on Patreon Small towns big stories The Haunted Hills is a place where the hills rumble and cows won’t stay – it inspires us. The show is named after the Haunted Hills as is our first podcast. More stories of other small towns featuring their history, crime and paranormal are coming. […]


Brief history of Boolarra

February 9, 2017 2:02 pm Published by Comments Off on Brief history of Boolarra

Throughout all the research on our local towns, we’ve undertaken Boolarra was the most obvious about how the newspaper used to keep social details about all the community groups in town and even the weather’s effects on them. It builds a picture of a social farming community. Boolarra means plentiful or twenty in the local […]


Morwell River history

February 8, 2017 2:35 pm Published by Comments Off on Morwell River history

This 41-kilometre river weaving its way through the Latrobe Valley has a rich history. Starting near Yallourn/Tyers off the Latrobe River – near the turn off to Morwell Bridge Road. Fishing: Blackfish, Trout and Crayfish (the cheap lobster). Fishing along the Morwell River used to be such a way of a life the paper carefully reported the catches […]


History of the Wongungarra River

February 2, 2017 2:25 pm Published by Comments Off on History of the Wongungarra River

The natural environment In 1860, it was estimated 1/3 of the Mitchell River water flowed down the Wongungarra toward Wonnangatta River.  It was nearly 12 meters across in most parts, going through swampy flats covered in reeds and ferns. The main channel was said to be very deep and torturous. The river is in a […]


Brief history of Lakes Entrance

January 26, 2017 1:58 pm Published by Comments Off on Brief history of Lakes Entrance

The Lakes’ Entrance utilised and on the Victorian State Government agenda since around 1862. The issue was the shifting entrance, the conditions changed within the channels making even the most experienced captain irritated. The Entrance moved between 2 miles east at Red Bluff, to 1 mile west. Lakes Entrance was the furthest point East for […]