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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.


Visit the Visitor Information Centre for :

  • Free BBQ facilities
  • Local Art and Craft on display and for sale at the Visitor Information Centre - Open daily 9.00am-5.00pm
  • Contact details to visit the Museum in Casterton’s Historic Rail Precinct, interpreting historic information on the town.
  • Historical records are also housed at the Visitor Information Centre itself.
  • Statue of Jack Gleeson in Casterton
  • Visit , open daily.
  • Drive to Mickle Lookout, for fantastic scenic views over Casterton.
  • Casterton's main street shopping area - including specialty stores, antique/collectables shops, and eateries.
  • Have a picnic, do some fishing or watch the bird life at Ess Lagoon.
  • Check out the local art galleries.
  • Wander the Old Casterton Cemetery.
  • Meander along the Kelpie Walking Trail to view five unique kelpie sculptures, historic parts of Casterton and parkland and reserves.
  • Visit the Wilkin Flora and Fauna Reserve and take a picnic, bird watch or admire the wildflowers in season (August- October).
  • Keep and eye out for the rare Red Tailed Black Cockatoo-the Olympic mascot for the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
  • For the younger visitor why not visit our fantastic Skate Park on Murray Street (behind Foodworks).

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