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From book fairs to gay festivals, from walking trails to artisan masterclasses. Visit Hepburn Shire, it has it all.

Minna Graham Ceramics

Minna creates handmade, heartfelt functional ceramics. Come and visit a working pottery/ ceramics studio, view works on display and for sale.

Try your hand on the wheel or create by hand in a clay workshops, available upon request (minimum of 2 people, $100p/p 2hr workshop). Or just drop in to our lovely bush setting and enjoy the view or have a cuppa.

Minna Graham has been working as a professional ceramicist for about 10 years. Minna exhibits nationwide, is internationally collected and has been the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards. Minna has studied both in Australia and in Japan and continues to travel and train as well as produce in her contemporary style.

Daylesford Cinema – School Holidays at the Town Hall!

We're getting a little bit excited! The volunteers at the Daylesford Cinema are gearing up to show movies at the Daylesford Town Hall for the September school holidays! The team is working on getting the Town Hall "Cinema-Ready". They are bring in speakers and the projector is finding a new space too!

For a great viewing experience the balcony seating will be used, so there won't be any issues seeing the screen!

The school holiday session will  start this Friday 21st September at 5:30pm with a screening of Christopher Robin. A selection of new release movies will be running through to Sunday 7th October. Tickets can be purchased at the door.

The Old Hepburn Hotel

Proprietor Amber Dooley has over 20 years experience in the hotel industry and she prides herself on showcasing amazing talent, whether that is local, from all over Australia or from all around the Globe, they all love taking to the stage at the Old Hep.

With Live Music on weekends this is the destination where locals and visitors alike can enjoy live music, a cold beverage, a great meal and exchange a story or 2. The Old Hepburn is the focal point of the local community, and has been since the Gold Rush days of the 1850s.

Musk Farm

Musk Farm house and grounds were the original Musk Primary school, founded in 1872. The school was decommissioned in 1993 and the land and property were sold.

Stuart Rattle and his partner, Michael O’Neil purchased the dilapidated schoolhouse in 1998. Over the next 15 years the house was expanded, and the barren grounds were developed into 14 exquisite garden rooms. The centerpiece being the oval, which is enclosed by a dense 3-meter hedge.

Stuart’s creative flair and attention to detail is still evident today as the use of hedges; gates and garden ornamentation combine to carry the eye through various vistas and create an excitement of anticipation. An exceptional example of this is seen when standing in ‘The Dixter’, on the School Road edge of the property, and looking across the Chestnut Lawn, through an opening in the X Cupresses hedge and into the Tank Garden. There are a further 12 'Garden rooms including The Rhododendron Garden, Woodlands, Autumn Garden, Rondial and Terrace

Magic Pudding Playground

Discover the world of the famous Lindsay family when you visit this playground.

Based around the characters of the book ‘The Magic Pudding’, let this playground transport you to another world.

Located a short stroll from Albert St, the Magic Pudding Playground is suitable for all ages of children.

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