Woodcut of Buln Buln on the Old Sale Road, published in 1877 by Ebenezer and David Syme in the Illustrated Australian News. The village is a few kilometres north of Warragul which itself only started when the railway came through in 1877. According to ref 152 the name is Aboriginal for lyrebird (see last painting on the right).   Watercolour by Neville Henry Cayley 1854-1903 of a Cobb & Co coach on a 'corduroy' road through heavily forested Gippsland country near Buln Buln north of Warragul - undated but around 1878 - in Mitchell Library NSW SV*/Cobb/3
  Albumen silver photograph by Johan Friedrich Carl Kruger 1831-88 'Township of Buln Buln, Brandy Creek, Gippsland, 1877' in State Library of Victoria catalogue no. H.35016. This photograph is the probable basis for the woodcut (left)   The new township of Warragul after the Melbourne to Sale railway was completed near here in 1877 after work commenced from both ends. This watercolour by Neville Henry Cayley is undated but was done after 16 May 1879. Held by Warragul & District Historical Society   Watercolour by Neville Henry Cayley of an adult male Superb Lyrebird 1893 in the collection of Mark R Cabouret who wrote ref 152. Cayley's son Neville Cayley continued his father's role in making ornithology popular in Australia