The story of the Duff children - Isaac, Jane & Frank who were lost in the Nurcoung scrub for 9 days & 8 nights until found by searchers & Aboriginal trackers in 1864.
The 150th anniversary of the event was 12-20 August 2014
Jane Duff Memorial - In memory of Jane Duff who in August succored her brothers Isaac & Frank for 9 days when lost in the bush near this spot. Erected by School Children & citizens of Victoria, March 1935
STEP BACK IN TIME: Ros Ryan and Robert Isaacson stand in front of the Jane Duff replica cottage at the Duffholme Museum, Mitre. The museum with will celebrate the anniversary of the 'Lost in the Bush' story.
Cover of the booklet from the 'Lost in the Bush' film's premiere, with Richard McClelland (Frank), Gabrielle Bulle (Jane), and Colin Freckleton (Isaac), the original photograph was taken by 'The Sun' newspaper's Bill Tindale.
The Found Cairn - 'To commemorate the finding here of Jane, Isaac, and Frank Duff in August This cairn was dedicated by the Apex Club of Goroke in April
Duffholme Siding in 1971 ((from "VR stations stopping places"). Kowree Shire approached Victorian Railways to rename the Nurcoung siding on the Carpolac line, only a gate post and scattered railway iron remain, next to Duffholme Rd.