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While you're in the neighbourhood, or on the way, you might like to patronize some of the following local businesses:

WH&DL Corner Store, Post Office and Museum

Gold-Era Corner Store and Museum

Taking pride of place on the corner at the top of the Main Street hill stands the Corner Store, Post Office and Museum, operated by the Walhalla Heritage and Development League. We stock an extensive range of souvenirs, memorabilia, maps, books and other publications on Walhalla and the surrounding area, and provide your entry to our adjacent Gold Museum. Bookings are also accepted here for our Ghost Tours, and discounts are offered on some items for card-carrying members of the League.

It's also a Post Office agency, so as well as providing you with a wide range of Australia Post merchandise, you'll find that you're also able to buy, write and despatch your postcards on the spot!

Gold-Era Corner Store & Museum.
Main Road, Walhalla. 3825.
Telephone 5165 6250

email: walhallamuseum@activ8.net.com.au

The adjacent Walhalla Gold Museum offers a glimpse of daily life in the valley over a hundred years ago, including many rare and unique artefacts. Appropriately enough, admission is by a gold coin donation, but we don't mind if you add to that ... we always seem to be able to find plenty of productive work around town for your donations to do!


 
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General Store and Cafe

Walhalla General Store


Chris Jennings' and Gavin Richards' Walhalla General Store can cater for your ice, gas, groceries, milk, bread, newspapers and take-away food needs, plus a large range of maps and books on Walhalla and the area.

Walhalla General Store & Miners Cafe.
Main Road, Walhalla. 3825.
Telephone 5165 6227

email: walhallageneralstore@activ8.net.au

The adjacent Walhalla Miners Cafe is fully licensed and offers seating for up to 55 people to relax and enjoy the best in home style country cooking and friendly service. Light luncheons and restaurant style meals feature on the menu. The Cafe is open 6 days a week for reservations (but closes on Mondays).


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Mountain Top Experience Tours

Let Ron Camier guide you

Click here to visit the Mountain Top Experience site!

Ron and Andrea Camier's award-winning Mountain-Top Experience team offer 4WD adventures throughout the Gippsland high country, and specialize in tours around the Walhalla and the mountain goldfields. They offer passenger and tag-along tours, driver training, and bushwalker transport.

One of their 4WD passenger vehicles is based at Mountain Rivers Lodge at Rawson. This means that even with relatively short notice, they may be able to run their 2 hour tours from Walhalla, or pick up you and your guests from your accommodation. Also for a day in the snow at Mt Baw Baw or Mt St Gwinear, they can take groups of up to 8 people.

Since 1999, Ron has also been providing transport to Walhalla for tourists who have booked with his "Copper Mine Adventure" 4WD tours, and also for Australian Alpine Walking Track bushwalkers. Mountain-Top Experience also have mini-buses based at both Morwell and Rawson, so visitors can normally be picked up from the Moe or Morwell Railway Stations.

To book tours or transport, call Ron and Andrea on (03) 5134 6876. Find mountains of info at www.mountaintopexperience.com.


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Walhalla Lodge Family Hotel

Walhalla Lodge Hotel


Bob Dawson and Debbie Smith provide the hospitality at the Walhalla Lodge Family Hotel. You won't find it on our "Accommodation" page, because it's non-residential, but it offers great meals every day of the week excepting Tuesdays. Phone (03) 5165 6226 with any inquiries.



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For more information about these and other regional traders whose details are yet to be added to these pages, you should also consult the Walhalla and Mountain Rivers Tourism Association's website. And if you feel that your business deserves a mention, see the note below.

 
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