The Old Toilet Block will be closed this month for a much needed refurbishment. The newer toilet block will be operational during this time.
Other works will be taking place in and around the park while the weather is cool such as general maintenance, drainage, landscaping, trimmings and plantings.
Daylesford and Surrounding areas.
Words in Winter Writers Festival from 4th – 13th August
Various events across the Hepburn Shire. See website or program for more info
Zoe Knighton performs ‘Bach’ 6 Cello Suites – Sunday 13th August from 1.30pm
At Hill House: 290 Pearsons Rd, East Trentham
Tickets: $35/30. Students $20, Child (10-15) $15
Central Victoria’s Mud Trail
Australian Ceramics Open Studios: 19th & 20th August
6 ceramic studios open for public visits 10am – 4pm each day.
Map available from the Daylesford Visitors Centre.
The Other Side Of Lost – Unanswered questions about the Three Lost Children
A Talk by Yvonne Fix: 5th August
Daylesford Library at 12 noon.
Markets in and around Daylesford.
Sunday Market – Historic Railway Station Raglan St, Daylesford, 8am to 3pm
Daylesford Farmers Market. Daylesford Primary School Vincent St, 9am – 1.30pm
Trentham Neighbourhood Centre Makers Market High St, Trentham 10am – 1.30pm
Clunes Farmers Market, Collins Place & Fraser St 9am to 2pm
Creswick Market, Victoria St, Creswick 9am to 2pm
Glenlyon Village Market, Glenlyon Hall, Daylesford Malmsbury Rd, 9am to 12pm
Trentham Farmers Market, Trentham Town Square 9am to 1pm
Creswick Bazaar- Creswick Railway Workshops 9am to 3pm
Leonards Hill Market- Leonards Hill Hall Daylesford, Ballan Rd 9am to 2pm
Creswick Bazaar, same details as about.
Fourth and Fifth Sunday
Trentham Station Market Victoria St, Trentham 8.30am – 2.30pm
For those who love Crafts
Bendigo Woollen Mills are located in Bendigo, 74 kms from Daylesford. Easy to find, just drive to Bendigo following the road signs, then follow the tram lines through the township until they turn right to go to the Tramways Museum. The woollen mills are right behind the Tram Museum. After you have purchased your wool supplies you can have a coffee in the Tramways Museum.
Tylden Junction Hotel, Drop in with your Knitting or Crochet and sit down on the couch or armchairs, have a coffee or lunch at the cafe and chat to other like minded people. They have a home made sponge cake filled with cream every day. Husbands are catered for in the bar area with armchairs near the heater where they can sit and read the daily paper. There is a wool shop there as well thats a wonder to behold.
The Haberdashery, 6 Howe Street, Daylesford, Victoria. This store is like stepping back in time and a delight to enter and look around. www.thehaberdashery.com.au Sells sewing supplies, fabric and yarns.
Ballan, Millrose Quilting and Gallery – Their fabrics include Liberty of London, Kaffe Fassett, William Morris and reproduction fabrics as well as Japanese linens and cottons. Threads of all types, patterns, braids, books a plenty, ric racs, ribbons and knitting wools. Classes are held throughout the year with many talented and inspirational teachers. They also have a restaurant and a retreat.
92 Inglis St, Ballan Vic 3342, phone (03) 5368 2995
For The Children
Anakie, just down the Ballan Road on the way to Geelong is a Children’s Paradise. It is Called “Fairy Park”. This park is open later this month and has displays of many many fairytales. Most are interactive. They have a kiosk, hot water, shelters and barbecue areas. The Camelot Playground is a child’s dream come true. It can also be reached from Melbourne via Werribee and it is well sign posted. Allow a whole day for this adventure. www.fairypark.com.au On the web site you will find more details, costs and calenders showing when it is open. Your children will want to go again and again.