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On the River Murray


Burramine developed as the town for the workers on the Yarrawonga squatting run

Importance of Burramine

What was Burramine like in the late 1870s



Facilities in Burramine in the late 1870s

'Population Hotels Burke publican (JJK) Churches Schools Main Streets Local Government '

' Post Office' opened in 1876

William Smith Other things of interest

Links to the KellyGang

Tom Lloyd said that the[[../../things/K_kellys/K_KellyGang.html|KellyGang]] crossed the River Murray at Burramine in February 1879 on their way to Jerilderie .

They used the publican's punt and swam their horses across on 8/2/79. (JJK)

What happened at Burramine after the time of the KellyGang

Members of the Burramine community

Elizabeth Hume's homestead on the Yarrawonga run, Byramine, was built in 1842 and is on the Australian and Victorian historic buildings registers. It is in the locality of Burramine,which is about 14 km. west of Yarrawonga.

What is happening at Burramine today