Kyneton: queen of the uplands

Australia, 1924

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Promotional film about Kyneton, Victoria, the ‘Cinderella of Victoria’s summer resorts’. Scenes include: the railway; civic buildings; a hotel; shops; churches; the racecourse; botanical gardens; a golf course; a high school and shots of the town taken from the balcony of Rock House. Local points of interest shown include: views from Rockview Ridge and Ennis Hill; Panorama Rocks; Mitchell’s, Quigg’s and Turpin’s Falls; Lincoln Knitting Mills; mineral springs; Metcalf Cascades; the Campaspe and Coliban Rivers; Coliban Reservoir at Tylden and the homestead of Gerald Buckley’s horse stud. Kyneton Agricultural Show is featured.

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