What's On At Creswick Mill

What's On At Creswick Mill

Creswick Mill

Looking for the perfect “close enough to but also just far enough out of Melbourne” getaway location, or perhaps the perfect stopover spot as you make your way into Victoria’s capital? Discover the charming town of Creswick, located just 90 minutes from Melbourne and just a hop, skip and jump away from Ballarat and Daylesford. And while you’re here, drop in and say hi to us here at the Creswick Woollen Mill as well! 

Not only will you get to enjoy some great food and experience an enduring part of Victoria’s rich history, but you’ll also be able to buy some of the most luxurious woollen blankets, clothing and homewares as well. 

Discover The Enchanting Appeal and History of Creswick

With its population of almost 3300 people, the town of Creswick radiates with the charm of its rich Gold Rush history. Originally the land of the Dja Dja Wurrung people, Creswick transformed into a bustling hub during the peak of the gold rush era. Along with nearby towns like Ballarat, it forged a legacy of historic significance that it upholds to this day. 

Nowadays, the region stands as a pioneer in reforestation and forestry education in Victoria, blending its historical roots with environmental consciousness. This picturesque town keeps one eye always looking to the future, all while inviting tourists to look back and experience a blend of natural beauty, historical richness, and cultural heritage. It’s also the birthplace of renowned artist and author Norman Lindsay, writer of the iconic Australian classic The Magic Pudding. 

Explore the Town’s Architectural and Cultural Highlights

While you’re here in Creswick, take yourself on a journey through the town’s streets. You’ll discover architectural wonders from the Gold Rush era lining those streets in every direction; with each building telling enduring stories of the town’s prosperous history. Notable landmarks include the likes of the:

  • Old Masonic Lodge
  • State Savings Bank
  • Creswick Library, and 
  • the Post Office 

Each one (still) stands tall as a proud reminder of the town's historical grandeur. 

The Creswick Museum, the town’s highly-valued hive of local history and folklore, offers a richly detailed exploration of the town’s past. Together, these architectural and cultural landmarks paint a vivid picture, one that invites visitors to explore the stories and heritage that have sculpted Creswick into the enchanting town that we know and love (and that you soon will too!) 

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