Casterton Historical Society

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Clark Rubber Working Dog Auction Top Priced Dog


Tasmanian-based breeder Matthew Johnson and buyers Paul and Jean Weeding from the Okehampton merino stud in Tasmania have reunited to set another top price at the Clark Rubber Casterton Working Dog Auction.


The 16th Pedigree Australian Working Dog Muster.

We did it again - the record for the Highest Priced Dog was broken not once but twice - Tom a Red Male Kelpie was sold by Matthew Johnson for $12,000 to Paul Weeding in Tasmania.


Kathleen Milikin Centre

Childcare Centre Opens for Business.


Casterton is a rural township on the Glenelg River in South-West Victoria, Australia. This is a local history website dedicated to the Casterton area and contributions of articles, family information or links are most welcome.

Casterton Community Museum Opening Times:

  • Casterton Visitor Information Centre, Shiels Terrace, Casterton – opening times 9am to 5pm 7 days a week. Contact 55 812070 to make enquires about accessing the Casterton Community Museum - Research and Family History section.
  • Casterton Community Museum located at the Railway Station building in Jackson St, open by appointment. Contact 55 812070 for further details.
  • Both sections of the Casterton Community Museum are CLOSED from the 24th December to the 1st February.
  • The Casterton Community Museum has obtained Donor Gift Recipient endorsement by the Australian Taxation Office. If you would like to make a donation to the Museum, all donations over $2.00 are tax deductible. All donations go towards the conservation and preservation of the Museum Collection.

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