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193. Fyanstown Inn

Fyans’ Ford with its naturally-occurring river crossing,

increasing local population of graziers, pastoralists, viticulturists and merchants, rapidly developed into a not-insignificant community; more than just a place to pass through. As is frequently the case, one of the first permanent buildings in the district was a public house.

George Alexander Gilbert - View of Fyansford House (Fyanstown Inn) on the Moorabool. Ca 1847

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