Be inspired at the Loddon Visitor Information Centre where friendly, staff and volunteers will share their extensive local knowledge and provide reliable, helpful information on attractions, activities and events.
The Visitor Information Centre, located in the former Wedderburn State School No. 794 was built in 1865. Visitors may explore parts of the original schoolhouse, including classrooms with their generous proportions and high pressed metal ceilings.
The Eucalyptus Discovery Centre is an opportunity to learn about a natural Australian product; pure oil made from blue Mallee Eucalypts. The Discovery Centre includes historical artefacts and the amazing stories of the resilient pioneers who cut eucalypts by hand.
The Op Shop, located in an early classroom and run by volunteers, is a treasure-trove of clothes, books and bric-a-brac.
Stroll through the ‘Poo to Plate’ community garden which features vegetables beds, an orchard and a propagation nursery specialising in indigenous plants.
Visit the replica miner’s hut, complete with furniture and hessian ceiling, which gives insights into how miners lived on the goldfields in Wedderburn.
The Visitor Information Centre is the starting point of a three kilometre walking tour enabling visitors to immerse themselves in the rich history of Wedderburn at their own pace, providing fascinating insights into over 20 places of interest within the town.
Closed: Christmas Day, Good Friday Day and Anzac Day
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