You can purchase a high resolution version of this image for AUD $3, just click Add to Cart.

Item Number: 10198

Purchasing Scanned Copies of the Collection

Scanned copies of Image items from the collection are available for purchase.

All items are in JPG format in the resolution displayed on each page.

Items are added to a cart, use the cart icon in the menu to proceed to checkout.

Each item is AUD $3. Payment is via Credit-card / Paypal.

A download link will be emailed to you shortly after checkout.

The story of the dog’s grave is set in the period when George Grey held the lease of the Cobungra Station in 1851-60. All the men concerned in the story were Cobungra Station men. (All related.) This was the beginning of the Gold Era 1851 – 1859. It relates to the life of the pioneers in this rugged mountain country, the tremendous hardships and effort in making a livelihood from raising cattle. We dedicate this story to the memory of their dogs and horses for without them the life and living of the cattlemen would not have been possible.


Item Date




Copyright notes




Length of video

Dimensions (pixels)

Author/ Photographer

Condition of original