Dookie, 5 April 2018

Dookie is recognised for its distinctive red hills, diverse agriculture, University of Melbourne Regional Campus and progressive community. Surrounded by the Goulburn Valley in Central Victoria, the district borders the North Eastern region. As smaller regional towns find new ways to survive, Dookie is beginning to thrive as an emerging tourist destination. Exhibitions and festivals…

Sedgwick, 6 April 2018

The Sedgwick Hall was built in the late 1950s with monies raised by the local community. It was regularly used for dances and as a meeting place for local community groups, including sporting clubs using the neighbouring recreation reserve.The community is growing and slowly changing over time as farm land is subdivided, giving way to…

Tylden, 7 April 2018

With a commanding view of Mt Macedon, Tylden Hall sits on the traditional land of the Dja Dja Wurrung, at the border of Macedon Ranges and Hepburn Shires. It is home to Mineral Springs, Wineries, Spud Farms, a Stone Quarry, Horse Studs and adjacent to two State Forests. Tylden is a Cool Country Classic, steeped…

Birregurra, 8 April 2018

Birregurra is delightful and absolutely oozes country charm.  Food produced in these hills has a freshness and honesty rarely found in modern products. The town itself is charming, with wonderfully restored facades on buildings giving it a historic and reminiscent feel. On the 8th of April the Festival of Small Halls will visit Birregurra with…