Tag: Visitor Information
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.
Creswick Visitor Information
COVID 19 Update: The Creswick Visitor Information Centre is has now reopened - Friday, Saturady and Sunday between 10am & 4pm. For further assistance outside those hours, please contact us on 1800 454 891 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Creswick Visitors Centre is open 7 days a week 9am to 5pm. The team of friendly volunteers can assist with enquiries on what to see and do, where to stay and what events are happening in Creswick & surrounds.
Collect a free map and brochures, use the free public access computer, buy some souvenirs or details maps and historic books.
Trentham Visitor Information Centre
COVID 19 Update: The Trentham Visitor Information Centre is currently closed until further notice. Visitor information can still be accessed from brochures outside on the station platform.
To speak to someone at contact us on 1800 454 891 and email@example.com for assistance between 9am - 5pm daily.
Set in the historic Trentham Railway Station, the Trentham Visitor Information Centre is open 10am to 4pm on weekends (subject to volunteer availability). Drop by to speak to a friendly volunteer and find out about the charming village of Trentham and its surrounds.
Take a stroll through the historic station, join up with the Domino Trail, which starts at the station and view the historic carriages that line the platform.
Stop by on the 4th & 5th Sunday of each month for the Station Market from 8:30am to 2:30pm. Pick up some hand-made goodies, local produce and more.
The Warehouse – Clunes
COVID 19 Update: The Warehouse Clunes has now reopened, with limited visitor information. The museum remains closed. Open Mon & Thurs 10am - 6pm, Wed & Fri 10am - 4pm and Sat 10am - 1pm. For further assistance, please contact us on 1800 454 891 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Warehouse – Clunes houses the Visitor Information Centre, library, Clunes Museum, exhibitions, events and meeting spaces.
The Warehouse is situated next to Collins Place, which has a picnic area and provides a lovely space to relax. On the second Sunday of the month you will meet local producers at the Clunes Farmers Market. Over summer you can also experience the outdoor cinema. The Warehouse – Clunes has the facilities to be the location for your next team meeting, business conference, family gathering, tour group stop over or artistic exhibition.
The original part of this building was the former warehouse of contractors Nichol and Wallace, who supplied goods to Clunes' miners, farmers and residents. This part of the building is more than 100 years old and currently houses the Clunes Museum, a must visit when in Clunes.
Daylesford Visitor Information Centre
Situated in the heart of the Spa Country the Daylesford Regional Visitor Information Centre is the perfect place to commence your visit to this wonderful region.
Whether you are here for a day or a week, their friendly volunteer staff members will be able to provide you with information on accommodation, attractions, things to see and do, events, eating out, regional information and much more.
Located in the old fire station building, walking into the centre is like walking into another world. The interpretive mineral water display includes an educational and informative video, and a showcase area displaying information on many of the attractions the area has to offer.
Available free to hire from the Daylesford Regional Visitor Information Centre is the TrailRider - All Terrain Wheelchair. This allows those visitors who have limited mobility to access walking tracks and trails that they would not normally be able to access. Contact them to get more information. Bookings essential.