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Dunkeld, Grampians
 
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Dunkeld, Grampians - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT

Dunkeld in the Southern Grampians is a small rural town on the Glenelg Hwy about 260 kilometers from Melbourne. The first pastoralists took up properties here in the late 1830s. A small township developed which was initially known as Mt Sturgeon but, as the early settlers were predominantly Scottish, it was renamed Dunkeld after a Scottish town which was the principal locality of the Caledonian picts in Roman times.

Dunkeld, Grampians - FURTHER INFORMATION

Dunkeld, Grampians - Grampians visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Dunkeld, Grampians' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Victoria.

This picture shows the Mt Sturgeon and Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld.

TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE

Dunkeld is east of Hamilton on the B160. The C216 runs north from Dunkfield to Halls Gap and the entrance to the Grampians National Park.



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