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Victoria's Goldfields towns are booming even more than they did in the gold rush. Come for a living history lesson at Sovereign Hill, opt for liquid gold at a craft brewery or for a day of gallery-hopping.
Maldon streetscape, Goldfields
Soak up old-world elegance in this beautifully renovated grand 1875 theatre, with top-notch drama, dance and music performances throughout the year.
Strike it rich with a day out in 1850s Ballarat and pan for gold, ride in a horse-drawn carriage and relive the Eureka Rebellion with sound and light.
Walk or ride this 200-kilometre trail that connects Ballarat and Bendigo via the scenic villages of Castlemaine, Hepburn, Daylesford and Creswick.
While away an afternoon exploring the historic villa and enchanting gardens established by prominent silversmith Ernest Leviny in the 1860s.
Discover the Art Gallery of Ballarat, Australia's oldest regional gallery, with an exceptional collection of Australian art and changing exhibitions.
Ballarat Wildlife Park is an award winning Park that is owned and operated by Greg Parker and his family. Founded in February 1985 through a passion...
Stop by the Bendigo Art Gallery and see works by contemporary Australian artists including Patricia Piccinini, Tracey Moffatt and Bill Henson.
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Find a variety of cafes and restaurants making the most of the fine local produce in the Goldfields.
Browse through the many antique, collectibles and fine art shops in the region's historic buildings.
The Goldfields region boasts exquisite parks and charming botanic and period gardens.
The Heathcote wine region is regarded as one of the finest areas for shiraz in Australia.
Visit some of Victoria's finest galleries and museums and absorb the region's rich art and history.
See the magnificent architecture, catch a vintage tram, or learn more about gold rush history.
Wander to your art's content.
With so many hidden gems, striking gold isn't so surprising.
Take the time to enjoy a wander down an historic streetscape in Maldon, Australia's first 'notable town' as proclaimed by the National Trust in 1966.
Experience Heathcote's famous shiraz. Visit cellar doors and explore the great outdoors from this heritage town nestled in a tranquil bush setting.
An historic, bustling town renowned for its rich gold rush history, eclectic arts scene, cafe culture and growing reputation as a fine food destination.
Enjoy contemporary cuisine in historic buildings, admire modern art in venues new and old, and explore the city's history at museums and gardens.
Victoria's largest inland city, Ballarat is a thriving hub of contemporary arts, events and food and wine, with a fascinating heritage backdrop.
Regional Victoria's largest flower festival, the Ballarat Begonia Festival, attracts more than 60,000 spectators annually. Held on the Victorian...
The Ballarat Beer festival is a family friendly festival filled with Australia's leading craft beer brewers, a great range of live bands, children's...
A new exhibition at Sovereign Hill’s Gold Museum will unveil one of the most extensive Chinese artefact collections, and for the first time in over...
The skull has entranced and fascinated generations of artists. Romancing the Skull looks at the depiction of the skull in art and examines why we...
Edith Head is considered the most significant costume designer in film history, and today her name is synonymous with Hollywood costume during the...
See the heart of Ballarat light up for all-night, free celebration of culture and creativity featuring installations, exhibitions, performance and film.
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