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You can see why it was used in the 2003 Ned Kelly movie with Heath Ledger in the starring role. Clunes was the site of the first gold discovery in Victoria in1850 (announced in 1851) and the post office was opened in 1857. By 1880's...More
We detoured to see this town on a quiet Monday morning. Nostalgic. Most of the shops were closed but Widow Twankey’s was doing good business with the outdoor tables filled with coffee lovers. Bought some old-fashioned lollies in the sweet shop. Clean toilets in the...More
It is easy to understand the appeal of this main street for period films. It is largely intact and most of the buildings are quite charming. If only the 21st century cars could be removed! Even with the vehicles it is very pleasant wandering up...More
Loved this town. Very old shops, I felt the only thing that spoils this Main Street is having cars in it as you really feel like you are going to see horse and carts. This street has been used for movies and you can definitely...More
Spent a month in Clunes and what a terrific town! Lots to do —great library & Neighbourhood House—good community feeling. Easy to meet people especially as there's a Friday & Saturday evening drinks session in town. Fresh air, quiet streets, helpful people, good food no...More
Clunes is mostly a heritage-listed town dating back to the gold rush days.
I love the character of this old town with many still original storefronts.
You can imagine you are in an old western movie set but this is real.
This is my second...More