Street Entertainment

While you’re out exploring the best Steampunk Gala in Walhalla has to offer, you may see a few of our friends wandering around the town to welcome you:

“Uptown” Brown

Mr Brown is a man who has worn many hats in his colourful life – inventor, musician, aviator and adventurer to name but a few.  However, without a doubt his crowning glory is the patented “Goodtimes Gyratorscope”, a musical machine which permits an athletic fellow to play multiple instruments and share his repertoire drawn largely from the 1920’s to 1950’s.

DJ Flux

Mr Flux , the Gramophone Music Man , known on Facebook as simply : Gramophone DJ has been plying his craft professionally for seven years now. Some of the many interesting historic and significant cultural events he has facilitated or appeared in include, The Melbourne Gothic and Victorian Picnic, the 1920’s Historic Fashion Exhibition at Rippon Lea Estate, and Melbourne Museum. Mr Flux has also appeared several times at The Historic Queen Victoria Night Markets, Historic Gold Rush Mansion La Bassa, Como House and the Sqizzy Taylor Ball at Cathedral Hall in Fitzroy.  Just lately Mr Flux has branched out into the Gothic Funeral business providing exquisite Classical Requiems and other appropriately Gothic sound ambience for people’s wakes.

Horse Drawn Carriages 

Swans on Doongalla provide you the opportunity to be escorted back in time with their unique and stylish Horse Drawn Carriages. A popular mode of transport in the 1800’s, this horse drawn carriage will transport visitors between the Star Hotel, the Walhalla Goldfields Railway and the Long Tunnel Extended Gold Mine.

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“We often mingle with the world, but our discovery is hidden away, as it can be in a small compass, and no one suspects who or what we are. We pass as tourists among our fellow-men.” – Mystery Airship Pilot 1858-1898