Mansfield Interpretive Poles

At the entrance to the Mansfield Visitor Information Centre, in the Station Precinct, a series of timber columns become a forest of freestanding poles in a walk through interpretive courtyard, each one carved and decorated to symbolise different aspects of the history, environment and industry of the region. Learn about everything from bushranger history, and…

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Bonnie Doon Station

Bonnie Doon is a small town situated on the edge of Lake Eildon and is well-known these days as a holiday and weekend destination for waterskiers, trail bike riders, off-road four-wheel-drive enthusiasts and fishermen. Bonnie Doon is also famous as the location for the ultimate ‘serenity’ in what has become Australia’s best known feature length…

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Bonnie Doon Rail Trail Bridge

Ride, walk or drive the 385 metre long Bonnie Doon Rail Bridge, providing a great vantage spot to stop and take in the sights of the lake, before arriving at Bonnie Doon’s main street. Pedestrians, cyclists and horseriders use the the former train bridge (running parallel with the traffic bridge) across Lake Eildon, which was…

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Mansfield Station

The former Mansfield Station buildings are well preserved and are home to the Mansfield Historical Society. Adjacent to the station precinct is the Mansfield Visitor Information Centre. The station is of a traditional timber design, and features many original fixtures including pressed metal interior walls, original doors and timber panels and a full length signal…

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Tallarook Mechanics Institute

The historic Tallarook Mechanics Institute built in 1891 was destroyed by fire in 2018. The newly built hall is faithful to the original design, with a modern twist. The hall has for generations been the cultural and social centre of the tiny hamlet of Tallarook and the region. The Institute is known for the monthly…

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