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High Country : Beechworth
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Beechworth is a town in the High Country of the state of Victoria in Australia. It is notable for its historical precinct and associations with outlaw bushranger Ned Kelly.

Get in[edit]

Beechworth can be reached by road from the Hume Highway at Wangaratta or Wodonga.

Get around[edit]



The historic precinct includes:

  • Beechworth Court House
  • Burke Museum
  • Ned Kelly cell


Cycle, The old railway line from Beechworth to Wangaratta and also to Bright has been converted into a fully paved railtrail. [1]. There is a downhill cycle from Beechworth, and it would be quite possible to cycle from Beechworth to Everton for lunch and return in a day. Bicycles can be easily hired from Beechworth for the trip.

  • Beechworth Honey experience, (Main Street Beechworth). Retail outlet as well as an excellent "tour" on bee keeping.  edit



  • Beechworth Bakery, 27 Camp St, near the centre of town. A popular place to buy lunch. Try coffee on the upstairs balcony.



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