A Sunday at Walhalla

Ten of us enjoyed the day at Walhalla. We met a larger turnout from the East Gippsland Photographic Society, helped them with a group photo, and then dispersed and drifted and bumped into each other taking photos through the town.

Group Photo WCC Style by Fred Bullock

There were autumn leaves, the bandstand, the fire station on a bridge, the old church, and the old strongroom which saw 76 tons of gold go by. There were pretty cottages, some larger new B&Bs, and there are some reasonably authentic restored buildings. And electricity!

Lunch was in an excellent cafe (good pies, good coffee, good people). The after lunch option was a visit to the mountainside cemetery, and a train ride down and back through Stringers Gorge.