Get ready for gluttony! This trail is compact but packs a mighty punch.

Head down hidden Turner's Lane to relax with a tipple or two at the cellar door of urban winery Musk Lane.

Continue along the laneway to Market Street, where The Town Roaster is ready to pick you up with locally roasted coffee.

Walk north to the foodie strip of Piper Street. Browse vintage homewares or grab a colourful cocktail from much-loved local icon the Royal George Hotel.

Stop by Kyneton Farmers' Market (second Saturday of the month, 8.30am till 1pm) at St Paul's Park on the Anglican church grounds.

Midnight Starling does a French-inspired fine dining menu with matched wines – book ahead for dinner or Saturday lunch.

Fook Shing is named for an infamous Chinese detective posted to the goldfields during Victoria's gold rush, and is South-East Asian inspired from the menu to the decor.

Pop into Piper Street Food Co., a charcuterie maker, picnic provisioner, cooking school and creator of traditional home-cooked goods including a famous English pork pie.

Head next door to (g)indulge at Animus Distillery. Relax in the boutique distillery's cocktail lounge with a gin martini or a whisky and order a tasty bar snack.

Tack on an extra walk if you like by continuing west to the Campaspe River, which helpfully hugs the southern border of the town, bringing you back to Mollison Street (also known as the C318). 1.3km