Tag: Self-drive

Clunes Scenic Drive & Lookout

Take this stunning scenic drive over Creswick Creek, past the historic mine sites to the lookout, which provides beautiful views over the town and surrounding countryside. Information boards along the drive give some insight into the past, including one that compares photos from the 1800's the views of today.

Creswick of the Lindsay’s Arts Trail

The Creswick of the Lindsay’s Arts Trail highlights the sites and buildings in Creswick that have significance to the Lindsay family.

At each site there is a description explaining the importance of the site to the family. Many include QR codes, allowing you to access further information on your mobile device. The best place to start the trail is at the Creswick Visitor Information Centre, at the corner of Victoria Street and Albert Street, although you can join it at any site you choose.
Most sites can be reached with an easy walk, but some – such as the cemetery – are best visited by car. The total distance of the trail is 7.3 km. However you choose to travel, enjoy the journey!

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  • Sunset to sunrise

Daylesford Avenue of Honour

Driving into Daylesford you will notice the spectacular sycamore trees lining the roads. These tress reflect the seasons, with stunning autumn colours, the bright greens of spring, the bare branches of winter and the muted tones of summer.

The Daylesford Avenue of Honour was planted to commemorate the First World War in 1918. They line Daylesford - Malmsbury Rd, a section of the Midland Hwy and Raglan Street.

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