Old Daylesford and Hepburn Springs Newspaper articles
Find out the many exciting things to do, see and explore when you visit Daylesford and the surrounding area
Daylesford and local area list of wineries and produce from nearby farms
There are many places to go fishing in the Daylesford area and nearby, you can choose from lakes, creeks and reservoirs in Daylesford, Creswick, Hepburn, Newlyn, Smeaton, Glenlyon and more.
Your family will enjoy the many fun things to do, your children will love the lakes, the bushwalks, mineral springs, horse riding, camping, playgrounds, mini golf, waterfalls and much more.
Live and work in Daylesford could be your dream come true.
Daylesford Area Job Board lists for free local wanted jobs and Vacant employment opportunities for Hepburn Springs and the surrounding area also.
List of local trades and services directory in Daylesford, Hepburn and local towns
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Picture yourself in your Daylesford accommodation sitting in front of a cosy fire or relaxing on the deck and a having a great meal, enjoying the stunning views of the surrounding area
Daylesford weddings are a delight, beautiful locations and venues, stunning photos and scenery
The Daylesford Accommodation Directory has an extraordinary range of accommodation. There are several hundred to choose from so you will be sure to find something to suit your needs.
In recent times I have been putting together my Family history, I am both delighted and very humbled to be a Decendent of Dr Guscetti , who i believe,
Smeaton is celebrating 175 years of settlement on the 5th and 6th October 2013 - All Welcome
Staying at any of the Daylesford Rural Retreats or one in the surrounding area will be a very relaxing peaceful experience
Words In Winter is on the 2nd to 31st of August. Celebrate stories, books and all types of story telling with local and visiting authors. In all these towns - Daylesford Trentham Clunes Newstead Maryborough Castlemaine Creswick
Daylesford area has excellent nature walking trails for all levels of ability and camping areas in or nearby the local bush and forests. There are bike and horse riding tracks.
When you are staying in the Daylesford area drive to Creswick, Clunes and Smeaton for a tour of very interesting local towns.
There are many mineral springs in the Daylesford and Hepburn Springs area that you can bottle for free, the springs are in beautiful locations where you can go bush walking.
A visit to Jubilee Lake is fun for everyone, you will love the natural setting, picnics, it is pet friendly, fishing, paddleboats, birdlife, the walking trails.
The Governor of Victoria Alex Chernov had the pleasure of visiting several local attractions and officially opening the Fernery Rustic Cascade in the Wombat gardens.
Sweet Justice is a womens choir of all ages, the are celebrating 10 years, the women will sing in the chapel of The Convent from 1.15pm on Monday, May 20. Everyone is welcome.
Trentham's Spudfest is on this Saturday the 18th of May.Plenty of fun for everyone at Quarry Street Reserve.
Several times my Grandmother (Carol) told me the story of where she met Grandpa (Tom), it is a cute story as they met in Hepburn Springs at a dance. They
Since the early 1980s I have been driving through Daylesford and Hepburn Springs to visit my relations near Bendigo. Daylesford in the early 1980s was
For many years I have walked the 'Peace Mile Walk' around the lake with my dogs or with friends and family. Until recently I could admire the Boathouse
Daylesford, Hepburn Springs and the surrounding area are so charming and interesting to explore. I have great memories of visiting with my family when
Being a man in my 50's it wasn't always easy to embrace the fact that I am Gay and I have not always found acceptance but Daylesford is one place I can
A few years ago I discovered Central Springs, I walked in and just said 'WOW'. I had read it bit about it so I knew it had a really interesting history,
Daylesford and Hepburn Springs area has a treasure trove of history and much loved attractions that have been visited since the mid 1800s.
My mum has mentioned a few times that when she was a girl she visited relations in Castlemaine and occasionally they visited Daylesford and Hepburn Springs.
Enjoy a walk of discovery through the Wombat Forest guided by a GPS. Explore nature at it's finest, see the wildlife and get plenty of fresh country air.
The Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens is an outstanding and enchanting place to visit anytime of the day. Have a picnic, walk along the paths and be amazed at the colours of flowers and foliage.
Treat your mum to a very special experience, High Tea at Bellinzona. 12 noon to 4pm on the 12th May. Main Road, Hepburn Springs.
On the 11th of May 2013 at 2 - 4 pm the gardens are celebrating their 150th birthday. Everybody is welcome.There will be music in the stunning gardens in it's Autumn glory. The Governor of Victoria will unveil the first part of the restoration of the fernery including the historic 'Rustic Cascade'.
The Lavandula Autumn Harvest Festival is on the 5th of May, a great day for all ages with an interesting variety of activities, food tastings and much more.
The Harvest Festival starts on the Friday 26th April through to Sunday 5th May 2013
The Farmers Market is on the first Saturday of each month at 9am to 1pm.Buy the best local produce and talk to the person who grows and knows all about their product.@Daylesford Primary School in Vincent Street Daylesford.
At the end of this year Smeaton Primary School will close, this will be a very sad day for all the students, teachers and parents who were involved in the school in many ways.
Special viewing of 'Kokoda' on Anzac Day THURSDAY 25th APRIL 8PM.
The Creswick Woollen Mill has opened a store in Vincent St Daylesford.
Two great stories of locals producing their own home grown products and selling them at markets and throughout Australia.
The Daylesford RSL Sub-branch has a sound membership base when compared to other small town groups, but the committee is keen to expand.
If you are looking for a Tree Change or investment the 'Chocolate Mill' might be perfect for you.
Family fun for everyone on the 13th and 14th April at the Maldon Station.Train rides depart at 10.30am, 12 noon and 1.30pm.
Saturday 6th April, $20 per person.Starting at 7pm the night will have food, music, dancing, mechanical bull riding, prizes and the opportunity to meet singles from the surrounding area and further afar.”
20th April - Hands on pizza making experience, creating your own dough and constructing your own pizza from regional produce.
Friday 26th April through to Sunday 5th May 2013. Come visit and seek out our marvellous quirky and interesting cellar doors, farm gates, cafes and pubs.
Several workshops will be held to introduce participants to the diversity and curiosities of the fungi kingdom.Workshops are conducted by Alison Pouliot.