Glenrowan is a tangible link with one of Australia's most infamous historical figures, Ned Kelly. He is part of the nation's mythology, repeatedly re-emerging through Australia's art, literature and music. Dressed in a helmet and suit of armour made of ploughshares, Kelly made his famous last stand on 28 June 1880 at Glenrowan following a siege between his gang and Melbourne troopers.
Visitors to the Glenrowan Heritage Precinct can see the key sites of the final siege and Kelly conflict.
Glenrowan Heritage Precinct was included in the National Heritage List on 5 July 2005.
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