Wando Vale & District Settlers

Pioneers and Local History from the Glenelg & Wannon Region of south-west Victoria, Australia.


Wando Vale was an early Pastoral Run occupied by John George ROBERTSON in 1840 near Casterton in South-Western Victoria, Australia.

1840 : John George ROBERTSON 1803-1863
1840+ : Squatters & Selectors
1843 : Duncan ROBERTSON 1799-1882
1849 : Owen O'REILLY 1809-1885
1854 : William ROBERTSON 1811-1864
1884 : James William ROSE & 'Harpfields'
1900 : Closer Settlement Scheme
1900 : 'A Day at Wando Vale'
1902 : Sewing Mistress Applicants
1928 : Tennis Tournament Results
2000 : Back-to Wando Vale Celebrations
SS 2023 Brimboal, SS 2547 Wando
SS 3842 Wando Bridge
SS 4668 Wando Heights
SS 3397 Wando Vale
SS 3591 Wando Vale North
Wando Vale Military Service (Crimea, Vietnam)
Wando Vale Military Service (WW1)
Wando Vale Military Service (WW2)


Wando Dale Homestead built by William MOODIE, north of Wando Vale
"Wando Dale" Homestead, north of Wando Vale,
built by William Moodie in the 1850s.

External link : "Fighting Hills Massacre", The Hummocks, Wando Vale, 1840


Compiled by Daryl Povey : EMAIL