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Monak: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway

The Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway was formed in 1994 under the auspices of the Red Cliffs Rotary Club to operate the restored Kerr Stuart 0-4-2T steam locomotive named 'Lukee' B/N 742/1901, that formerly operated between Red Cliffs railway station and the Red Cliffs pumping station. A two kilometre section of the former 1600 millimetre gauge Red Cliffs. Morkalla branch line has been converted to 610 millimetre gauge for tourist train operation.

In 2004 Red Cliffs Historical Railway purchased an EM Baldwin diesel locomotive which after extensive renovation by members Russell Savage and John Page was commissioned in June 2005. Named 'Harry' the Locomotive regularly shares running days with 'Lukee' and gives the Railway the flexibility of one off specials.

Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway is located on the corner of the Calder Highway and Millewa Road Red Cliffs and is approximately two kilometres from the Red Cliffs township.

The Railway operates on the first Sunday of the Month except January and February.

The Railway also operates on Easter Saturday and Sundays of Victorian Labour Day and Queen's Birthday long weekends.

Lot 110B Millewa Road
Red Cliffs, VIC, 3496

Located 19.2K from Monak

Rest-A-While Gardens and Gallery

A hidden gem, Rest-A-While Gardens is the perfect venue for your wedding with peaceful secluded areas ideal for photo opportunities. Located beside the Gol Gol Creek the gardens are designed to complement any style of wedding.

The Gallery features delightful hand painted orginal china pieces that would suit both traditional and contemporary homes.

11-13 Adelaide Street
Gol Gol, NSW, 2738

Located 22.3K from Monak

Monak: Events

Heritage Festival: Mildura Day

On 31 May, 1887 the Chaffey brothers, the Victorian Government and the Queen signed an Indenture formalising Mildura as Australia's first irrigation colony. Join us to celebrate this historic day as we host many activities and displays, and tell the stories of how Mildura developed our horticultural and viticultural industries that are renown the world over. Some of the methods used may have been crude, but they worked and are true testament to the people of the era. Schedule of events for the weekend include:

On Sunday 29 May enjoy a family day with games for young and old, including barrel rolling.

On Monday 30 May from 10:00am until 4:00pm will be schools visit.

On Tuesday 31 May from 10:00am until 7:00pm - the day will be full of activities for all, these include slides and audio visuals of olden days, stories and display, mechanic display, horticulture machinery, rack shakers, dried fruit and Doradillo picking plus many gadgets to identify.

There will also be a free barbecue from 5:00pm on Tuesday.

Event Dates
      29th May
      30th May
      31st May

191 Belar Avenue,
Irymple, VIC, 3498

Located 19.8K from Monak

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