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Beechworth is a historical gold-mining town in the Victorian countryside, nestled beneath the snow capped mountains of the Alpine National Park. The town started growing in 1852 during the famed gold rush period, attracting people from around the world. Even after the decline of its gold industry, the town of Beechworth has successfully held on to its golden status with its historical attractions, rivers, wineries, breweries, scenic lakes and dining spots.
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Lake Sambell Caravan Park sits along Peach Drive, just on the banks of the picturesque Lake Sambell. The site is near the centre of Beechworth and offers easy access to the area's Rail Trail. The accommodations that it offers are a wide range of cabins, on-site caravans and powered and unpowered sites. Its facilities include Wireless Internet, van storage, individual sullage and taps, black water dump point, town water, laundry, baby bath, barbecue areas, firewood, fire drums, kiosk, LPG gas refills, walking trails, playground, mini golf, and picnic tables.
Beechworth Holiday Park is at 151 Stanley Road on beautiful bushland, surrounded by the Beechworth Historic Park. The accommodations that it offers are houses, cottages, cabins, deluxe villas, powered sites and unpowered sites. It offers bike and go-cart hire, a solar heated salt swimming pool, covered barbecue areas, children's playground, camp kitchen, kiosk and many other fun activities such as disco, movie nights and family bingo.
Amulet Vineyard is located at 1036 Wangarata Road. It is a family managed and owned vineyard that produces a wide range of great tasting wines. The site also has a cafe and a glass wall cellar ideal for events, wine tasting and or just to enjoy a good lunch with family and friends.
Beechworth Chinese Cultural Centre Museum and Gardens sits at 98 Ford Street. It is housed in a preserved 1850s building and is well known for its large collection of artifacts with connection to the Chinese miners who lived and worked at the Ovens and District goldfields. Visiting the site gives you a look at how life was for Chinese miners during the gold rush.
Beechworth Gallery can be found at 8 Albert Road. The gallery's building dates back to 1857. The venue features different types of artworks from regional and international artists. Several artworks of historical value can be bought at the venue.
Beechworth Historic Courthouse is situated at 94 Ford Street. It is an old, well-preserved courthouse that with a lot of history. Dramatic events during Australia's gold rush era were held at the site such as the sentencing of Ned Kelly and Elizabeth Scott. The venue is open everyday and offers tours for visitors.
Bridge Road Brewers lies along Ford Street. The establishment is within the 150 year old Coach House and Stables. Its features include a children's playground, vast beer garden, bar and pizza kitchen. The venue serves wide a range of award winning beers, local wines and mouth-watering food. It is a wonderful place to relax and have good conversation with friends and family.