Woodend

  • It feels a world away from Melbourne in Woodend, nineteenth century resort town and base for the mysterious Hanging Rock. Boasting all the character and charm of country Victoria, Woodend has long been a handy stop-off point on the way to Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges. After the gold rush in the 1850s and 1860s, Woodend became a resort town with many guesthouses, large private gardens, a racecourse, golf club and hotels. These days travellers make a beeline for the excellent refreshments at Holgate Brewhouse, and wander the antique stores, galleries, boutique gift shops or weekend markets. The highlight of

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