Tag: Historic building
Daylesford Town Hall
The Daylesford Town Hall was build into he 1800's and is still used today for Council meetings and events.
The inside of the hall has been restored and is a fine example of gold rush era architecture. The hall hosts many events including concerts, dances, theatre shows, festivals, art show and many more events. The hall can also be hired for private and public events. Contact the Hepburn Shire council for any booknig enquiries.
Trentham Historic Railway Station
Once a stop along the Daylesford to Carlsruhe rail line, the Historic Trentham Station represents the golden era of rail travel. View the restored train carriages and memorabilia before wandering along the Domino Track walking trail.
Come on the 4th and 5th Sunday of the month to meet the locals at their monthly market and indulge in a range of local products on offer. Also located within the Station is the Visitor Information Centre. Open weekends by a dedicated volunteer team, drop by to say hello and collect some local tips on the area.
Lee Medlyn Home of Bottles
The Lee Medlyn Home of Bottles Collection consists of over six thousand old and historical bottles and other related objects. Dating from 1500 A.D. to present time the bottles cover all types of beverages including beer, wine & spirit, aerated waters, preserves, condiments, ginger beer, chemist and drug companies.
You'll find some very rare and significant pieces.
The collection is housed in the decommissioned South Clunes State School. The building was, for over 45 years, used as the Clunes Interknit Mill.