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Beechworth sits nestled in the foothills of Victoria's High Country and boasts a unique and majestic array of heritage buildings, earning it the title of one of Victoria's best preserved gold towns.The accredited Beechworth Visitor Information Centre and booking service is situated within the Shire Town Hall on Ford Street. Their friendly and helpful staff can offer assistance with accommodation, tours and event enquiries, brochures, maps, itinerary planning, expert advice, souvenirs and more.Just across the road is the Historic and Cultural Precinct which includes a significant collection of authentic gold rush administration buildings, impressive museums and artefacts, all with a deep and rich Australian History. Whether looking for something close to the town centre or in the surrounding countryside, Beechworth offers an assortment of accommodation from romantic miner's cottages, cabins, camping, comfortable historic bed and breakfasts, good quality motels and conference facilities to suit all tastes and budgets.Beechworth has some of the best cafes and restaurants in the region, many showcasing wonderful local produce.Many hours can be spent browsing in the wealth of interesting specialty shops and galleries. Strolling along the walking tracks, viewing the waterfalls, riding on the Murray to the Mountains Rail trail. Download the latest brochures from the website. Beechworth is the perfect base from which to visit the beautiful surrounding region.
Beechworth is 306 kilometres from Melbourne, follow the Hume Highway North. Take the Beechworth exit C500 on to the Great Alpine Road. At Tarrawingee turn left on to C315 following the directional signs to Beechworth.
Closed Christmas Day.