Visitors interested in the local legends of Mad Dan Morgan, a notorious bushranger of the 1860s, can visit Morgan's Lookout, the actual hiding spot that Dan used to evade police capture for so long…
Visitors interested in the local legends of Mad Dan Morgan, a notorious bushranger of the 1860s, can visit Morgan's Lookout, the actual hiding spot that Dan used to evade police capture for so long. This massive white granite outcrop was used by Morgan as a vantage point to watch for approaching victims and police.
Today Morgan's Lookout is a popular spot for a picnic, and a challenge to climb the steps to the top of the lookout where there is a spectacular 360-degree view of the surrounding countryside.
Visitors interested in the infamous tales of Mad Dan Morgan can also visit the memorial of two local victims of the bushranger, the John McLean Memorial in Culcairn and the Sgt Smyth Memorial in Henty.
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