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If you come to Walhalla, you'll find the following items on sale at our Museum in the Gold Era Shops. But if you'd prefer to order any of these items directly, feel free to make use of our new electronic retail outlet. Here's how it works:

  1. You read about it here -- electronically! -- and decide what you want;
  2. You send us a cheque with your order;
  3. When we have your money, we send you the goods!

Couldn't be simpler, could it? It worked 100 years ago, and we have reason to believe it still works today. No messy credit card transaction risks or overheads, either! So send your order (including the cost of postage), together with a cheque made payable to the "Walhalla Heritage and Development League", to:

Publications,
Walhalla Heritage and Development League,
Post Office,
Walhalla, Vic 3825

Inquiries concerning bulk quantities of any of these items are also welcome at the above address, or via email to the Walhalla Corner Store and Museum. Or feel free to ring on (03) 5165 6250.

Remember, these items also make wonderful gifts!


"The Walhalla P-40" by Rick Hanning.

"The Walhalla P-40", by Rick Hanning: the colourful story of the investigation into a World War II aircraft crash near Walhalla, and the author's eventually-successful efforts to find, identify, and repatriate the remains of its pilot. (2005) 32 pp paperback.

$7.95 plus postage and packaging.

"Walhalla -- Valley of Gold" by John Aldersea and Barbara Hood.

"Walhalla -- Valley of Gold", by John Aldersea and Barbara Hood: tells of some of the people who called the town home over the years, and of places and events that were synonymous with the town's history, including details about many of the mines. (2016) 300 pp paperback.

For further information or details of other outlets, please contact Walhalla Publishing on (03) 5127 8101 or via email.

$49.95 plus $15 postage and packaging.

"The Mountains Call" by Win Guatta.

"The Mountains Call", by Win Guatta: recollections of Peter Guatta's family life and stories of old Walhalla. (19??) 52 pp A4 paperback.

$14.00 plus postage and packaging.

"Coopers Creek Gippsland -- The Trevisani" by Diana Ruzzene Grollo.

"Coopers Creek Gippsland -- The Trevisani", by Diana Ruzzene Grollo: historical and sociological account of Coopers Creek's Italian community between 1930 and 1950. (2005) 249 pp hardback.

$55.00 plus postage and packaging.

"Forerunners" by Constance Tisdall.

"Forerunners", by Constance Tisdall: the charming saga of a Walhalla family of teachers. (1979) 293 pp hardback.

$13.95 plus postage and packaging.

Mountain Gold

"Mountain Gold": a 1970 history of the Baw Baw and Walhalla country written by the late John Adams, FRHSV, for the Narracan Shire, Victoria. 167 pages (illustrated). Get your copy now.

$27.95 plus postage and packaging.

"A Diary of Deeds Unsung" by Peter O'Shannassy.

"A Diary of Deeds Unsung", by Peter O'Shannassy: glimpses of the life of a young man on the goldfields at the end of the nineteenth century, including Walhalla in the days of bullock teams, horse-drawn wagons and Cobb and Co. coaches. (1988) 169 pp paperback.

$12.95 plus postage and packaging.

Reproduction Walhalla Chronicle of 1897

A reproduction of the "Walhalla Chronicle, Moondarra, Toombon and Woods Point Times" of September 17th, 1897. Read today what they were reading about then.

24 pp tabloid size.

$7.50 plus postage and packaging.

Walhalla

A view up the Left Hand Branch of Stringer's Creek to the Long Tunnel Extended Mining Company's battery and St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 1908. Poster 32 x 44 cm, or roughly 12 by 17 inches in the old currency.

$5.00 plus postage and packaging.

One more Walhalla poster.

Walhalla Junction: Looking south down the Stringer's Creek valley over Walhalla's Grand Junction Hotel in the foreground. Poster 32 x 44 cm.

$5.00 plus postage and packaging.

Long Tunnel

Walhalla's Long Tunnel Mine, downstream from where Stringer's Park now stands, opposite the historic Gold Era Shops.

32 x 44 cm poster.

$5.00 plus postage and packaging. A bargain!

Train to Walhalla

Walhalla's Railway Station was formally opened on May 3rd, 1910, closed in 1944, and officially reopened in March, 2002.

32 x 44 cm poster.

$5.00 plus postage and packaging.

Water wheel

Warne's water wheel, one of a number of Walhalla water-wheels, which stood downstream from the present town.

32 x 44 cm poster.

$5.00 plus postage and packaging.

Milk boy on horseback

Milk boy: one of the most engaging and enduring Walhalla icons from the early 1900s, on the morning milk run from Moondarra.

32 x 44 cm poster.

$5.00 plus postage and packaging.

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