On the Sunday at Walhalla, while some were down the Long Tunnel Mine and others rode the tourist train or explored town, several explored the local cemetery “recognised as one of the most unique in Victoria”. There are over 1,300 known burials the earliest recorded being in 1866. The cemetery hugs the side of the mountain with many graves in terraces overlooking the picturesque valley.
Below is a photographic essay of the Walhalla Public Cemetery taken by various members of Devotion (thanks Borris!)
You can click on all pictures on this page for a closer view
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