Beechworth Historic and Cultural Precinct 

101 Ford Street Beechworth Victoria

The Beechworth Historic and Cultural Precinct is a collection of nationally significant buildings telling the story of how Australia grew and prospered.

Beechworth Historic Courthouse:
The Beechworth Courthouse is currently home to the Kelly Trials Exhibition. The Kelly Trials Exhibition provides an immersive 270-degree, wrap around multimedia experience, telling the stories of crime and punishment, governance and law, and bushranger Ned Kelly. Hosted sessions run daily on the hour from 10:00am, with the last session beginning at 3:00pm.Tickets are available to purchase online or from the Beechworth Visitor Information Centre. Ramp access and service animal friendly.

Robert O'Hara Burke Memorial Museum :
One of Australia's oldest museums, the Museum boasts a fascinating and historically significant collection of more than 30,000 individual items and some linked to famous figures of history such as Dame Nellie Melba and Robert O'Hara Burke. Highlights include an extensive collection of Aboriginal artefacts; Chinese, Goldmining, Natural History and the 19th century Street of Shops.

Telegraph Station:
Built in 1858, the Telegraph Station once linked the town to the outside world through the medium of Morse code.

Powder Magazine:
Built in 1859 (restored by the National Trust in 1966) and of solid, buttressed granite, with a slate roof and surrounded by a high stone wall.