Not Ouyen, JMarto15.
I suspected that's what you really meant, hbedriver, but I didn't want to prompt you, especially since Strathallan
is the right answer. ("Strath" is, I believe, a Gaelic word meaning "level place by a waterside". The station was previously named Cornelia Creek, but renamed after a local homestead.)
Interestingly, I read that the time designations in the W.T.T. of the 30's in relation to the crossing of trains were highlighted with a swatstika. I'm not sure how widespread the practice was, but it was before an otherwise gentle and peaceful symbol became so unfavourably, and probably irrevocably, associated with Herr Schickelgruber.
The road is yours, hbedriver.