St Arnaud

  • Settled during the gold rush of 1855 as 'New Bendigo', St Arnaud in Victoria's Grampians region boasts postcard-perfect heritage streetscapes and the distinction of a pub for every couple of hundred residents. Grand old buildings with cast iron lacework verandahs line the streets of St Arnaud, originally dubbed 'New Bendigo' but soon renamed to honour the Commander of the French forces in the Crimean War, Jacques le Roy de Saint Arnaud, who lies buried with Napoleon in Paris. This history is celebrated at the annual At Arnaud Festival in November. In 1861 the town's streets were surveyed by W.M. Wills

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    Kara Kara Winery

    Welcome to Kara Kara Estate, established in 1977 by Steve and Marlene Zsigmond, a family

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