Benalla Library

The Sir Edward ‘Weary’ Dunlop Learning Centre (Benalla Library) is a modern and welcoming centre. Benalla Library promotes lifelong learning and literacy through its delivery of a range of programs. So if you’re spending a few days in town, looking for somewhere to catch up on emails or Facebooking with the grandkids, look no further…

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TC Trewin Agricultural Museum

A shed was built in 1987 with the aid of a Government Grant to preserve local agricultural machinery of the older generation of farmers. The significant collection of well labelled items, include a HV McKay binder, a Big E Harvester, Sunshine Number 6 header, Lennon’s Winnower and a 1930’s Bedford truck. Todays modern machinery is…

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Annis and George Bills Horse Trough

Donated in memory of the horses that did not return from WW1. Bill’s horse watering troughs were manufactured in Australia and installed to provide relief for working horses in the first half of the twentieth century. A trust fund through the will of George Bills financed around 700 troughs in Australia and 50 overseas. The…

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Ned Kelly Touring Route – Benalla

The Ned Kelly Touring Route – Benalla takes in the major Kelly gang sights in and around Benalla. Serious students of bushranger history will want to spend a leisurely day in the Benalla district taking time to absorb the history as well as sample the great local produce. Those on a tighter schedule will be…

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Tatong CFA Mural

The CFA mural is a tribute to the volunteer CFA firefighters who give so much to protect their towns and communities from fires. Artist Mike Larkin has a personal connection to the mural, as that he lives in the township of Tatong and is also a member from Tatong Rural Fire Brigade. The painting itself…

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Benalla Heritage Trail

From the site of the original Broken River Border Police Station, to the Barber Shop where Ned Kelly tried to escape custody, the Benalla Heritage Trail is packed with over 20 sites that bring to life the stories and histories of this beautiful rural city. Discover for yourself with this self guided heritage tour around…

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Swanpool Heritage Murals

Looking to explore more art in our district? Take a 20-minute drive to Swanpool and see the Swanpool Heritage murals located near the Swanpool store. The murals depict the early days of the district. The murals were funded by a grant from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal through the Swanpool & District Community…

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Devenish Railway Signal

This signal of earlier times was saved by a local railway enthusiast. It was positioned south of the Devenish railway crossing. It will have signalled many steam trains with GY wagons loaded with wheat, and passenger train affectionately known as the “Beetle”. The signal is located near the trough and museum and not too far…

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The Workshop and much travelled Tractor

The Workshop was erected by brothers Charlie and Ron Cooper in 1962 -63. The business thrived with Charlie handling the engineering and Ron handling the mechanical side. Noel Mallows joined the business and and Cooper Bros. & Mallows was born in 1965. The much travelled tractor was born in the USA and shipped to Melbourne…

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Winton Wetlands

A wetlands restoration project of international significance, Winton Wetlands has been designated a Wetland of Distinction by the Society of Wetland Scientists, the first such listing given outside of the USA. Winton Wetlands brings people, groups and communities together to renew themselves and be immersed in the distinctive landscape. Located in northeast Victoria, Australia, the…

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