Traralgon is a major town in the Latrobe Valley, it was originally called Hobsons Run, because it was owned by a man named Edward Hobson. It is a lively town today, with shopping, bars, food, and paranormal sightings.
Traralgon was a major stop for the bullock drovers, the decision to put the railway through here is what made Traralgon the bustling hub it is today, as a major stop over getting the items from the Port of Sale and Port Albert through in to Gippsland.
The format is a walking tour of Traralgon, going to public spaces that have a tragic past and there are spirits remaining. It also covers a places we cannot walk too. There are quite a few ghostly tales, we walk for about five minute intervals between stories.
Join us for a guided walking tour back-in-time a chance to experience history, the paranormal and bizarre. Be drawn back with tales from Traralgon and surrounds.
Duration: 1 hour and half
Tickets $25 ($20 concession)
Family rate available
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