Beechworth

  • Once one of Australia's richest goldfields, Beechworth is an immaculately preserved gold rush town, featuring the courthouse where Ned Kelly's final trial commenced. These days its claim to fame is more gastronomic thanks to its proximity to the High Country gourmet food and wine regions. Four million ounces of gold were officially mined in Beechworth in 1852, when thousands of hopefuls rushed to the goldfields in search of their fortunes. Discover the legacy of this prosperity around the Beechworth Historic and Cultural Precinct, boasting over 30 buildings listed by the National Trust. Take the time to explore the 19th century

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