other Kelly related sites
Mile Creek is where the Kelly homestead stood near
Sharon Hollingsworth and Brian Stevenson present news, views, nuggets
and musings, some serious, some lighthearted but all to do with all
things associated with Ned Kelly and the gang.
Stringy-Bark Creek Forum-
The identity of the forum creator
is not revealed ?
He wrote; "So
much controversy surrounds the true site, where an epic battle unfolded
between the Kelly gang and the police. Kelly scholars for decades have
debated and painstakingly researched all known material relating to that
26 Oct 1878. and exactly where
the true site is located ". With many views
expressed over the years, one would think the reading of
historical primary sources and a scientific approach would settle
the matter, but old long held beliefs together with dogged
stubborn-ess by the not so scientific debaters clouds any
proper consensus considering several historical facts, a steep slope
as in a
1878 photo of the place where the police were killed by the Kelly
gang, and fireplaces of two old huts near where they camped when
This forum site was to be the savior for Kelly forums but has gone the
same way as others preceding. Until people grow up and accept the truth
instead of just their beliefs, there is no hope for any proper forum
debate. Bill Denheld had to just give up.
Kelly Adventure Tours,
Matt Shore's enthusiasm for the Kelly story
has led him to share his knowledge of all Kelly haunts. Matt
curated three major exhibitions on the life and times of 'Ned:The
Exhibition' at South Bank and the Old Melbourne Gaol. Ned Kelly
Adventure Tours offer you unprecedented access to the Ned Kelly
story with their fully escorted exclusive experiences.
Gazette is the online
community news for the district.
Activity groups and local businesses make good use for public
announcements and news letters.
Ned Kelly Trail
a tour through Victoria's Kelly country and visit the towns where one of
Australia's most famous
bushrangers spent his short life.
We start the
Ned Kelly Trail by driving north from Melbourne to Beveridge, Avenal,
Kyneton, Euroa, Mansfield, Stringybark Ck, Benalla, Glenrowan,
Beechworth, Greta, Powers Lookout, and Jerilderie in NSW.
Here are two Ned Kelly touring
information sites aimed to lead you through Kelly Country. While the
upper Ned Kelly Trail site offers the basic story line and
on the ground maps, the N.K.Touring Route
site serves more as a Tourist Information brochure
that can also be picked up at the various destinations in Kelly country.
However, study these websites before you leave, not when you return.
Ned Kelly Touring Route
Is a joint initiative between the municipalities of the Rural City of
Wangaratta, Benalla, Mansfield, Strathbogie, Indigo and Jerilderie
(NSW) Shire Councils, formalised through a Memorandum of Understanding.
The Old Melbourne Gaol is also a strategic partner in the project which
is also strongly supported by Tourism Victoria.