The childhood house of Ned Kelly, bushranger, built in 1859 by his father John 'Red' Kelly.

ITS not every day the first house of infamous bushranger Ned Kelly goes on the market.

The childhood home of bushranger Ned Kelly – at Beveridge, north of Melbourne - is on the market. As he would say, such is life. #ausliveshere #Australia #history

Ned Kelly's childhood home could be yours

The childhood home of bushranger Ned Kelly – at Beveridge, north of Melbourne…

Isaiah ‘Wild’ Wright ‘lost’ a horse while at the Kelly homestead and failed to tell Ned Kelly that it was stolen. Ned found the horse and rode it past the Greta Police Station to earn a brutal pistol-whipping from Constable Hall, who also tried to shoot him. Wild was sentenced to eighteen months while Ned was sentenced to three years hard labour.

The family friend who let Ned borrow his stolen horse. Name: Isaiah "Wild" Wright

Ned Kelly In Armour by michaeljameswilkin.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Ned Kelly fires his revolver at approaching troopers. Ned Kelly In Armour

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The notorious bushranger, Ned Kelly who was finally hung once caught. The crime, killing a mounted policeman

Mrs Ellen Kelly and two granddaughters

Ned Kelly's mother, Ellen, aged with two of her grandchildren.

Dan Kelly photographed in 1877-78, when he was sixteen, shortly before his involvement in the Fitzpatrick incident.

Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang.

Kelly Gang Wanted Posters - Dan Kelly

Wanted posters providing information about each member of the infamous Kelly Gang. Four posters showing the main events that lead to the siege at .

Ned Kelly's boyhood home sold in Victoria | SBS News

A rural property where infamous Australian bushranger Ned Kelly lived as a boy has sold at auction to private buyers.

Constable Alex Fitzpatrick, on record as ‘a liar and a larrikin’, tried to rescue his police career by the arrest of Dan Kelly at the Kelly home on 15 April, 1878. Debate still rages as to whether Ned was ever present.

Constable Alex Fitzpatrick, on record as ‘a liar and a larrikin’, tried to rescue his police career by the arrest of Dan Kelly at the Kelly home on 15 April, Debate still rages as to whether Ned was ever present.

Ned Kelly's Gang Ride Again by michaeljameswilkin

Ned Kelly and his gang ride out on the trail. Ned Kelly's Gang Ride Again

The Body of Bushranger (Australian outlaw) Joe Byrne, 1880

The Body of Bushranger (Australian outlaw) Joe Byrne, 1880

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