Hosted in the Alma and Nolan Street precinct, the Maryborough Lions Market is the perfect opportunity to discover a fantastic range of plants, produce, old tools, books, china, clothes and collectables along with second hand goods and, of course, hot food.Read More
Stroll along beautiful Broadway in Dunolly to view the range of stalls at the Dunolly Community Market. From baked goods, local produce, second-hand goods, plants, giftware and craft items, there is sure to be something that catches the astute bargain hunters eye.Read More
Impressive collection of local nuggets (including the Welcome Stranger) replicas, photographic display and artifacts. Group bookings welcome. Open Saturday & Sunday as well from 1.30pm to 4pm, but this is subject to volunteer availability (advised to call first to confirm).Read More
Worsley Cottage are the people to see if your trying to piece together family history and genealogy. Walk back in history with a tour of Joyce's Cottage and the Squatters' Hut.
Due to COVID-19 the Museum is limited with services. Historical enquiries are welcome via email or phone.Read More
Featuring the Communications Museum extensive display of historical radio, telephone and television equipment. Talbot's Arts and Historical Museum and the original Dunach School and Amherst Hospital Isolation Ward. Note opening hours Sunday are 1pm-4pm or by appointment.Read More
Featuring a walk through local Australian history with wonderful displays incorporating Aboriginal history, Logging, Convict history, Explorer's, Victorian clothing, Mining, Chinese history, Mining and Shearing. The Art Gallery has items available to purchase.Read More
Well before European settlers arrived in the Central Goldfields during the 1840s, the area was home to the Dja Dja Wurrung clan. They refer to the region as Tuaggra and many sacred sites in the area are recognised by and for the vast Indigenous history the Central Goldfields celebrates.Read More