Suburb Profile


Beechworth


Beechworth is part of Victoria's High Country with sensational views, historic villages, architectural influences of the 1852 Gold Rush and is famous as Ned Kelly country. The region is rich with locally grown produce; fruit, vegetables, honey, nuts, berries, apples, preserves, with excellent restaurants, cafes, boutique breweries, bakeries and food and wine retailers to showcase it. Beechworth is a well regarded wine region with views of towering winter snow capped mountains, tree covered ranges, magical lakes, wild rivers and tranquil rural farmlands. All this makes for the perfect stop-over between Melbourne and Sydney.

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Stanley


Stanley is a small historic village approximately 9 kilometres from Beechworth in Victoria noted for it's apple and nut farms. The town was formally known as Snake Gully and Nine Mile Creek and fosters a close knit community intent on protecting it's unique way of life and historical features.

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Murmungee


Located in the Stanley State Forest 8 kilometres south of Beechworth. With panoramic views of the flood plains of the Ovens & King Rivers and the breathtaking sight of Mount Buffalo, its well worth packing your hamper and taking a short drive to the Murmungee Lookout.

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Yackandandah


Yackandandah is one of Australia's prettiest villages. Nestled in the foothills of the Stanley State Forest, this delightful town of wide tree-lined avenues and lovely vistas of lush, green hills and ancient hidden valleys was built on the gold discovered there in 1852.

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Everton


Everton is a quiet and peaceful town located in the northeast of Victoria. They are central to wineries and fresh produce farms. It's a perfect place to stay for those riding along the rail trail.

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Chiltern


Chiltern is a fascinating historic village, built upon the solid values of it's mining heritage. It's distinguished by carefully preserved streetscapes with historic brick buildings and wooden verandahs. Visitors to Chiltern will experience the nostalgia of the past with all the benefits of good, old fashioned hospitality and warmth.

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