Daylesford Town Walk starts inside the Daylesford Visitor Information Centre most Fridays and Saturday.
Tours go for 1.5 hours and cover approximately three to four kilometres of Daylesford. The pace is gentle but there are some hills. There are scheduled times however other times available by pre-arrangement – 24 hours notice usually required.
Please bring good walking shoes and comfortable clothing suitable for the season, hat, sunscreen, umbrella and in winter bring warm comfortable clothing – hat and scarf is recommended.
Price includes access to key sites and buildings on the walk plus entry to the Daylesford Museum, after the walking tour during the weekend, public and school holidays opening hours.
To maximise your enjoyment each group size is kept small with a maximum of 15 people, so bookings are essential. Please arrive 15 minutes earlier for tours to start on time.
(inclusive of GST) $25 per adult
|$20.00 - $25.00|
0 to 10 year olds can tag along for free 11 to 18 year olds $20 each
|$0.00 - $20.00|
Price includes access to key sites and buildings on the walk plus entry to the Daylesford Museum (after the walking tour) Entry to a number of other historic buildings is also available during the walking tour
Days of operation:
Departure details: 09/08/19 - 31/01/20
Fri/Sat: 02:00pm - 03:30pm
Alice's Journeys Walking Tours of Daylesford will stir your imagination, and secrets revealed, leaving you with a sense of wonder and surprise. A fun and relaxing way to enjoy a few hours.
The stories, history and herstory will come to life as you walk through the living museum that is the town of Daylesford. Your personal independent local guide will reveal and share secrets and stories from the region’s pre-colonial, colonial and prehistoric past to the present day.
A unique and interesting excursion for all visitors and locals to gain further insight and knowledge into the Daylesford township and the untold stories of the people who have made it what it is today.
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