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Kevington: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Jamieson Museum


The Jamieson Museum, housed in the old Jamieson Courthouse, is maintained by the Jamieson and District Historical Society and is open on weekends between Melbourne Cup weekend and Easter.

Jamieson is a quaint, historic town in the Victorian High Country. It was well known in the late 1800's for gold mining and had many bars, bakeries and even two breweries with a lively community.






Nash Street,
(corner Perkins Street)
Jamieson, VIC, 3723

Located 6.7K from Kevington

Avro Anson A4-4 Memorial


On 16 May 1940, a RAAF Avro Anson aircraft with serial A4-4, crashed into the north east face of Mount Torbreck, 300 metres below the summit. All four men on board were killed. Mount Torbreck is located in central Victoria, not far from the townships of Eildon and Snobs Creek.

On 23 January 1941 eight months after the aircraft disappeared, two local men (Messrs Stan Sawyers and John Fry) discovered the lost Avro Anson and bodies of the crew - Flying Officer Anthony Daniel and Corporal's Francis Hyland, Herman Sass and Ivan Stowdor approximately 300 metres below the summit of Mount Torbreck on the north east face.

At 3:15am the next day (Friday 24 January), a recovery party left for the crash site in order to bring the bodies of the four men back to Alexandra.

In 1966 at the instigation of the Hyland family, a memorial dedicated to the crew was built by the RAAF close to the crash site.

Access to the memorial site is via a 2.4 kilometre uphill walk along the Avro Anson Memorial Track. The walking track is medium grade with some obstacles. One to one-and-a-half hours return depending on fitness levels.




Mt Torbreck
Eildon, VIC, 3713

Located 20.1K from Kevington

High Country Maze


High Country Maze consists of six acres of gardens, including two mazes and 'maze-like' walled gardens.

With something new to discover around every corner, the main maze has a gnome hunt that is a challenge for the young and the young at heart.

Throughout the gardens you will find pixie faces hiding in the hedge walls and the outdoor games 'room' offers large checkers and bocce. If you are in need of a boost, their coffee bar also serves ice cream, cold drinks and snacks.

High Country Maze is now open for weddings or photo services. They have a beautiful heart garden, which is ideal for wedding ceremonies and photos.




678 Piries Goughs Bay Road
Goughs Bay, VIC, 3723

Located 22.5K from Kevington

Kevington: Events

Family Festival Mt Stirling


Snow falls see plenty of family fun delivered on Mt Stirling. Come and try school holiday activity days with family specials offering ski and games programs, snow sculpture, toboggan slalom and show shoeing for parents.

For more information, see website. Also check out the Sunday Ski program offered throughout winter.


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Telephone Box Junction
Mount Stirling, VIC, 3723

Located 13.7K from Kevington

Wood Working Wonders Expo


An exhibition of hand crafted wood work by local artisans. There will be items ranging from chopping boards to clocks, barometers, lamps, chess sets, jewellery boxes and more.


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105 Quayle Road
Wandin North, VIC, 3139

Located 23.5K from Kevington

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