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Modern-day Malmsbury retains the spirit of its early years as a service centre for Victoria's gold miners with a beautiful streetscape that features numerous National Trust buildings, as well as the historic viaduct nearby.

The historic Daylesford and Macedon Ranges village is best explored by setting out from the Malmsbury Botanic Gardens along the walking track to the old railway viaduct, built in 1859 using thousands of labourers to carry the Bendigo line over the Coliban River. One of Victoria's largest nineteenth-century engineering structures, the bridge section consists of five arched spans reaching 152 metres from end to end.

Contemporary craftspeople provide more up-to-date sights around town. You can admire the works by local artists at Malmsbury Bakery and Gallery, while Bleak House presents sculptures amid 20 acres of beautiful rose gardens and orchards. For a hands-on art experience and memento of your visit, make your own jewellery at Made in Malmsbury.

Make the most of Malmsbury's location in the abundant Daylesford and Macedon Ranges wine region. Call in to cellar doors and enjoy view-of-the-vine wine tastings and dining experiences at renowned local wineries including Ellender Estate, Birthday Villa, Tarrangower Estate and Zig Zag.

Malmsbury is just over an hour from Melbourne along the Calder Highway.

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