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    Walmer disused church, 22 April 1981, courtesy of State Library of Victoria.

Walmer, VIC

Proclaimed a town in 1859, Walmer was on the edge of the deep leads gold mining area which extended through the Muckleford valley, under the Loddon Plains to, and connecting with, the leads being worked at Guildford, the Loddon valley and Vaughan. It is located where Fogarty Gap road crosses Muckleford Creek, about 8 kilometres north-east of Maldon. In 1891, Walmer had a population of 40.

Anna Davine

Bannear, David, Heritage Victoria, Historic gold mining information, Department of Sustainability and Environment. Details
Watson, A.B., The lost & almost forgotten towns of colonial Victoria, A.B. Watson, 2003. Details