Castlemaine

The Street Rod centre of Australia. Surrounded by rolling hills, Castlemaine is a leafy historic town in Central Victoria. One of the oldest towns, built on the gold rushes around 1852 and was declared a town on November 1st 1853. The area has many artists and craftspeople, a trip to the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum is a must. The historic Theatre Royal built in 1854 is the longest operating entertainment venue in Victoria.

Nearby towns:
Bendigo | Echuca | Maldon


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Visitor Centre

Tel: 1800 171 888
Tel: 03 5471 1795
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Attractions

Buda Historic Home
42 Hunter Street
Tel: 03 5472 1032
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Victorian Goldfields Railway
Kennedy Street
Tel: 03 5470 6658
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Bowls

Castlemaine Bowls Club

Castlemaine Bowls Club
Berkeley Street
Tel: 03 5472 1235

 

Castlemaine

Castlemaine Town Hall Castlemaine round about Castlemaine
Town Hall. 1898
Forest and Hargraves Street
RSL Hall at Victory Park
Botanical Gardens
Burke and Wills Memorial
Castlemaine
Botanical Gardens
Burke and Wills Memorial
Post Office. 1875
Castlemaine shops The Theatre Royal Forest Creek Geo Maze
Mostyn Street
The Theatre Royal. 1854
Forest Creek Geo Maze
Railway Bridge Buda Historic House Railway Depo and Station
Campbells Creek Bridge
Buda Historic Home. 1861
Railway Depo. 1862
Art Gallery Castlemaine township Old Gaol
Art Gallery and Museum
View from old gaol
Old Historic Gaol