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A fairly quick multi that is intended to be family friendly. You will find some things along the way that need to returned to their rightful places.
Bruthen is a small town located alongside the Tambo River between Bairnsdale and Ensay on the Great Alpine Road in East Gippsland. Bruthen is an Aboriginal word from the Brabiralong people of the Gunai/Kurnai tribe meaning ‘long wooden point’. Alfred Howitt claimed the proper name for the area around Bruthen was Murloo, meaning pipe clay. Meerlieu is actually located further South. Noted explorer of Gippsland, Angus McMillan, first passed through the area of what is now Bruthen on 14 April, 1840 on his early explorations from the Omeo region. The Post Office opened on 15 January 1862 and the first school opened in 1872. Thanks to Ian for helping me place the series!
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Last Updated: on 2/3/2017 8:44:37 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (4:44 PM GMT)
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