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Bendigo is a charming and elegant regional city in central Victoria and an ideal base to explore Victoria's golden heritage. In the centre of town, gold era architecture nestles among..
Take a trip to Ballarat in Victoria's Goldfields and discover rich history and heritage and a friendly, cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Ballarat is Victoria's largest inland city and is famous..
Nestled at the eastern base of the Pyrenees Ranges to the north-west of Melbourne, Avoca is known for fine wines and horse races.
Sample the wines in the cool-climate Pyrenees wine region...
Located in Victoria's Goldfields region, Maldon is a quaint goldmining town that looks like it still belongs to the 19th century.
The National Trust declared Maldon Australia's first..
Paved by gold, Castlemaine's history and heritage is visible in its fine public buildings, wide streets, ornate hotels and century-old shops selling everything from gourmet food to antiques..
The discovery of gold in Victoria's central region over 150 years ago has left a rich and lasting legacy in almost every town in the Goldfields. Tour the impressive Victorian streetscapes..
Built on a honeycomb of mines, Bendigo in central Victoria is lined with impressive nineteenth-century 'boom town' architecture. From 1870 to 1880, Bendigo was considered the richest and..
Clunes, one of the most original and intact gold towns in Australia, is nestled in a scenic valley 25 minutes north of Ballarat.
The discovery of gold in the area in 1851 signalled the..
Rich in gold history, Dunolly is situated in stunning bushland in the centre of Victoria's goldfields.
During gold rush times Dunolly and the surrounding district turned up more gold..
Heathcote is a simple town nestled in picturesque regional Victoria. Remnants of bush land still remain around a mixed line of buildings, reflecting the regions gold rush..
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