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  • Anderson's Mill

    Situated 12 kilometres north of Creswick at Smeaton, it consists of a restored bluestone building with an iron water wheel which operated as a flour mill from 1861 to 1959

  • Creswick Museum

    Housed in the former town hall complex, the museum showcases artwork and items of significance from Creswick's history and hosts regular exhibitions

  • Creswick Regional Park

    This park features picnic areas, several lakes, walking tracks, mountain bike tracks and native flora and fauna

  • Creswick Woollen Mills

    Operating since 1947, this spinning and weaving mill is the last coloured woollen mill of its type in Australia and offers product sales as well as staging regular demonstrations and exhibitions

  • Goldfields Track

    The Goldfields Track covers a distance of 210 kilometres, taking in historic mining areas and a variety of natural features. It is divided into three smaller tracks and follows the top of the Great Dividing Range, connecting the cities of Ballarat and Bendigo. The 90 kilometre Wallaby Track starts at Mount Buninyong, passing through Ballarat, Creswick and Daylesford. The 60 kilometre Dry Diggings Track extends from Daylesford to Hepburn Springs and Castlemaine. The 60 kilometre Leanganook Track section links Castlemaine with Bendigo.