Seldom Seen Roadhouse

Seldom Seen Roadhouse

The Seldom Seen Roadhouse (coord|37|07|S|148|15|E|region:AU-VIC_type:landmark_scale:20000|display=inline,title|name=Seldom Seen Roadhouse (Victoria)) is located near Wulgulmerang in the Shire of East Gippsland, in the north-east of Victoria, Australia.

It is a remote locality in the Snowy Mountains, close to the Snowy River [ here at McKillop's Bridge near Seldom Seen Roadhouse)] on an unpaved or unsealed road between the Alpine National Park and the Snowy River National Park.

The area, including the roadhouse and the nearby settlements of Wulgulmerang, Gelantipy, and Suggan Buggan, in Victoria; and Black Mountain in New South Wales were burnt out in the bushfires of January/February 2003.

Before the bushfires, Seldom Seen Roadhouse was a [ typical 1960s-era petrol station] .

The roadhouse at Seldom Seen was trading in March 2005 from a [] , and now has a more permanent structure.

See also

*Suggan Buggan River


* [ "Sydney Morning Herald"] 22 February 2003

External links

* [ a traveller's log] 14 March 2005

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