The Kelly home at the end of the Kelly Street

Beveridge

Beveridge
Small township where Ned Kelly was born
Beveridge is a small township located 42 km north of Melbourne along the Hume Highway which is sustained by the surrounding agricultural and pastoral industries. It is located in the fertile Goulburn Valley which was explored by Hamilton Hume and William Howell in the 1820s.

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Rupertswood mansion

Sunbury

Sunbury
Satellite town with historic attractions and wineries
Sunbury is located 214 metres above sea-level and 41 km north-west of Melbourne on Jacksons Creek, in an area given over to agriculture, grazing and dairying, although, since the mid-1960s, Sunbury has increasingly become a dormitory satellite for those who work in Melbourne.

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Fishing platform at the New Crossing Place on the Goulburn River

Seymour

Seymour (including Mangalore)
Attractive rural centre on the Goulburn River.
Seymour is a substantial small town of some 6900 people which is situated by the Goulburn River at an elevation of 141 metres. It is located on the Goulburn Valley Highway, 97 km north of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway. The town functions principally as a service centre to the army base at Puckapunyal and to the agricultural hinterland.

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Easy riders

Robert Upe saddles up for a motorbike tour into the country.

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St Andrews Church from the grounds of the Holy Trinity C of E church

Bacchus Marsh - Fast Facts

Bacchus Marsh
Attractive rural town surrounded by orchards and market gardens.
Bacchus Marsh is one of Victoria's older towns and, as such, it retains a number of historically significant buildings. Located on the edge of a scenic and fertile valley, it is surrounded by hills and situated by the Werribee and Lerderderg Rivers at an elevation of 105 metres. Bacchus Marsh is 55 km north-west of Melbourne en route to Ballarat via the Western Freeway.

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Bacchus Marsh - Culture and History

Bacchus Marsh
Attractive rural town surrounded by orchards and market gardens.
Bacchus Marsh is one of Victoria's older towns and, as such, it retains a number of historically significant buildings. Located on the edge of a scenic and fertile valley, it is surrounded by hills and situated by the Werribee and Lerderderg Rivers at an elevation of 105 metres. Bacchus Marsh is 55 km north-west of Melbourne en route to Ballarat via the Western Freeway.

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Bacchus Marsh - Places to See

Bacchus Marsh
Attractive rural town surrounded by orchards and market gardens.
Bacchus Marsh is one of Victoria's older towns and, as such, it retains a number of historically significant buildings. Located on the edge of a scenic and fertile valley, it is surrounded by hills and situated by the Werribee and Lerderderg Rivers at an elevation of 105 metres. Bacchus Marsh is 55 km north-west of Melbourne en route to Ballarat via the Western Freeway.

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Bacchus Marsh - Sleep

Bacchus Marsh
Attractive rural town surrounded by orchards and market gardens.
Bacchus Marsh is one of Victoria's older towns and, as such, it retains a number of historically significant buildings. Located on the edge of a scenic and fertile valley, it is surrounded by hills and situated by the Werribee and Lerderderg Rivers at an elevation of 105 metres. Bacchus Marsh is 55 km north-west of Melbourne en route to Ballarat via the Western Freeway.

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