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Halfway between Geelong and Ballarat in Victoria is an old gold-mining town named Steiglitz.  When I was there several years ago with my cornet meter, I measured zero radio frequencies in the abandoned township.  Because they are keen to maintain the historic appearance of the area, there is no electricity to the town.  Unfortunately, most of the original buildings have been torn down.  There's a campground nearby called Friday's camp ground.  I'm not up to speed on new infrastructure, such as NBN towers and mobile phone masts but you might be safe enough.  However, local residents rely on solar power which is not great for EHS persons, but just don't get too close to houses.  They have a reunion every couple of years, I believe, http://backtosteiglitz.org.au/ which is a nice event to attend and good excuse to check out the area.

If you intend camping there, there are corner stores at Anakie, Lethbridge and Meredith.



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