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Omeo, Victoria, a small town nestled high in the Australian Alps.
Once one of the wildest goldfields in the country.
A town rich in Australian history.

In 1834, a Galicia-born Austrian naturalist named Johan Lhotsky discovered gold in the Livingstone Creek.
The site where he washed an ounce of gold from the sand would become the town of Omeo, a ramshackle town of calico tents and bark-roofed huts with a post office, a store and a pub, would grow to a vibrant town of 9400 people at the height of the mining boom.

An account of its first 100 years.

Sail into a port. Go ashore. Explore. Back onboard. Sail away.
No tours. Walking shoes. Backpack. Camera.
A photographic record.