A visit to this vivacious little town and its surrounding villages of Acheron, Molesworth and Yarck is sure to see you charmed before the sun sets on your first day.
With deep roots in gold rush and agricultural history, you need only to walk down the tree-lined main street of Alexandra to envisage the area in its heyday. You'll also notice The Great Victorian Rail Trail famously winding through hilly terrain and, if you're lucky enough, you'll be in town for one of Alexandra's many (and sometimes quirky) annual calendar of events!
47 hectares of bushland ripe for the hiking! On your travels of McKenzie Flora Reserve, you will witness evidence of past mining activity, an abundance of bird life and McKenzie and Lucky Mine Lookouts.
This fascinating tourist railway and museum features local timber history from the Rubicon Forest and other historical displays. The Museum’s Easter Gala and Heritage Machinery Festival on the second Sunday in September are amongst the two biggest events that highlight one of the largest industrial machinery collections in Australia.
For more stories, top things and inspiration for your upcoming Alexandra visit, browse the listings below or visit the Discover Dindi website.