Many roads and tracks we use today have been in existence since the 1860’s. The history of these tracks is in itself a history of the great Aussie High Country icons, which are the attraction of the experiences we provide.
Dungeys Track – Dungey’s track takes its name from Detective Dungey who cut this route in his constant quest for cattle duffers in the 1860’s including Bogong Jack.
Eskdale Spur – One of the access spurs onto Mount Bogong from Mountain Creek.
Track 107 – Built by Angus McMillan under contract from the Victorian Government to build gold mining access tracks to link the gold-mining communities of Gipsland and the High Country. Track 107 still has original rock work cut into the side of the contour leading down to the Glen Wills Valley. This track is still used today.
“And we only ride with the flowing tide
as we follow the blazed line back
so we drink the toast of the vanguard host
And “The MEN who blazed the Track!”
From Saddle for a Throne by Will Oglivie