Trentham - Culture and History

Trentham (including Blackwood, the Wombat Forest and Lerderderg State Park)
Small historic town at the edge of the Wombat Forest
Trentham is a small rural township attractively situated amidst the Wombat Forest 97 km north-west of Melbourne's CBD. It sits on a spur of the Great Dividing Range at an elevation of 800 metres and can be approached via the Western Freeway (the turnoff is 15 km west of Bacchus Marsh) or by turning off the Calder Highway at Woodend (which is 26 km east of Trentham) or Kyneton (22 km north-east of Trentham).

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Trentham - Sleep

Trentham (including Blackwood, the Wombat Forest and Lerderderg State Park)
Small historic town at the edge of the Wombat Forest
Trentham is a small rural township attractively situated amidst the Wombat Forest 97 km north-west of Melbourne's CBD. It sits on a spur of the Great Dividing Range at an elevation of 800 metres and can be approached via the Western Freeway (the turnoff is 15 km west of Bacchus Marsh) or by turning off the Calder Highway at Woodend (which is 26 km east of Trentham) or Kyneton (22 km north-east of Trentham).

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Trentham - Eat

Trentham (including Blackwood, the Wombat Forest and Lerderderg State Park)
Small historic town at the edge of the Wombat Forest
Trentham is a small rural township attractively situated amidst the Wombat Forest 97 km north-west of Melbourne's CBD. It sits on a spur of the Great Dividing Range at an elevation of 800 metres and can be approached via the Western Freeway (the turnoff is 15 km west of Bacchus Marsh) or by turning off the Calder Highway at Woodend (which is 26 km east of Trentham) or Kyneton (22 km north-east of Trentham).

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Sunbury - Fast Facts

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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Sunbury - Culture and History

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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Sunbury - Places to See

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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Sunbury - Sleep

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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Sunbury - Eat

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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