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Howqua Hills Historic Area


This old gold mining area on the Howqua River is set in a beautiful, secluded valley, once busy with gold miners but now popular for picnics, horse riding, bushwalking and four-wheel driving.

Camping along the Howqua River is one of the best ways to enjoy this historic area and offers a great base for bushwalking, fishing and other activities.

Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Taungurung identify the Howqua Hills Historic Area as their Traditional Country.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.




Howqua Hills Rd
Mansfield, VIC, 3723

Located 6.0K from Sawmill Settlement

Mt Buller and Mt Stirling Alpine Resort


Mt Buller and Mt Stirling Alpine Resort is surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Mount Buller is situated in the heart of Victoria's High Country offering the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. At an easy three-hour drive from Melbourne, Mount Buller is the most accessible major alpine resort in Australia.

Mount Buller offers the largest lifting capacity of any Victorian alpine resort with the ability to move 40,000 skiers per hour. A popular destination for international visitors, Mount Buller is the home to the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia.

Summer at Mount Buller offers a refreshing change of pace, whether you are seeking adventure, indulgence or somewhere to relax. Jump on a mountain bike, meander along one of the numerous walking trails, indulge in a sunset picnic on the summit or be entertained at one of the many summer events and festivals.

At an altitude of 1,804 metres (at the summit), summer temperatures at Mount Buller are on average 10 degrees lower than Melbourne. Enjoy clear and sunny days and a great escape from the city heat.




Mt Buller Road
Mount Buller, VIC, 3723

Located 7.6K from Sawmill Settlement

Mansfield Paintball


Mansfield Paintball Games has Victoria's newest Paintball Fields. Set just out of Mansfield in the heart of Victoria's High Country, Mansfield Paintball caters for a variety of ages starting at ten years old.

The fields are brand new and set in the natural farming landscape of Barwite. Gum trees, hay bales and massive rock game fields are proving to be a great challenge for the daring and enthusiastic.

Their fully trained referees will challenge your stamina and your will, to create your paintball experience a day to remember and a talking point until next time.

Mansfield Paintball is great for all ages, offering kids birthdays, hens days, work functions, corporate events and family fun days.

Paintball is now legal from age 16 and up.




332 Old Tolmie Road
Barwite, VIC, 3722

Located 19.9K from Sawmill Settlement

Mansfield Zoo


Mansfield Zoo is home to over 100 native and exotic animals, including two rare White Lions which are a must see for many visitors and the only white lions in Victoria. Friendly animals provide an interactive and engaging experience and many of them, including monkeys, can be fed by visitors.

With over 100 animals from lions, monkeys and alligators, to kangaroos, wallabies and wombats, there is plenty for animals lovers to enjoy. Experience the distinct personalities of the many animals as you wander the 30 acre park like setting, overlooking the Delatite Valley to Mount Buller.

Meet Miss Greedy and Baby Greedy, the friendly fallow deer, who love to escort visitors around the zoo, sneaking food wherever possible.

You can even sleep overnight in the Zoo with your own gear, for a self-contained camping experience in the grounds with our animals. Fall asleep to the roar of the lions, the howl of the dingoes and the chirrup of the frogs.

Find out more about the animals on a Zoo Keeper guided tour, where you can see lions at their most active and get the chance to walk with one of the dingoes.




1064 Mansfield-Woods Point Road
Mansfield, VIC, 3722

Located 20.6K from Sawmill Settlement

Tin Shed Cider


Tin Shed Cider was born of the idea to use the beautiful produce from an old apple orchard in Tolmie, Victoria.

This has evolved into the production of a traditionally crafted still cider made from pure fresh apple juice. No added sugar, no added water, gluten and preservative free.

A new range of Sparkling Ciders has been added to the range. Lightly carbonated to add a refreshing sparkle, this range is also made from the pure fresh juice of Victorian apples, has no added sugar or water and has a minimal amount of preservative to extend shelf life.

The old orchard is being renovated, following organic principles - a project that will take a number of years.

The old shed is being developed not only as a cellar door but a quirky venue for smaller personal functions. A varied range of events are scheduled each year.

This wickedly enjoyable cider is available at the Cellar Door and selected outlets and markets. The Cellar Door is open every Sunday. A light lunch is available most Sundays, please phone for bookings.

Follow them on Facebook for the latest news on happenings at the Cellar Door and local events.





1090 Tabletop Road
Tolmie, VIC, 3723

Located 21.4K from Sawmill Settlement

Mansfield Armchair Cinema


The Mansfield Armchair Cinemas are a unique community movie theatre, built by the community for the community and opened in 2009. Mansfield Armchair Cinema screen the latest blockbuster movies and their 3D movies use the latest technology.

Mansfield Armchair Cinema provides local students the opportunity gain skills and experience through school based apprenticeships. The students are trained to operate the technical side of the cinema, as well as hospitality and the business management skills.

You are encouraged to sit back in the reclining leather armchairs or on a huge beanbag and relax while enjoying a glass of wine, coffee or many of the candy bar items.

The cinema is available for private and group bookings or work conferences seven days a week. Public screenings from Tuesday to Sunday.

The cinema is open every day during school holidays.




1 Chenery Street
Mansfield, VIC, 3722

Located 24.8K from Sawmill Settlement

Alpine Blooms Florist Mansfield


Alpine Blooms Florist Mansfield is a family owned and operated retail florist and gift shop established since 1984. Staffed by sisters Lisa and Michelle Maroney, both are fully qualified and experienced florists.

Located in one of the townships original old miners cottages we are located at the "top end" of the High St. As a proud member of Interflora and The Flower Company Relay Networks, they can deliver beautiful fresh flowers, gourmet hampers, helium balloons, living gifts and much more locally, across Australia or around the world.

Catering for all tastes and budgets, from the modern to the traditional, at Alpine Blooms they can deliver something special for a birthday, anniversary, new arrival or just to say I love You. Sympathy arrangements can also be delivered to the either home or to the service.

Wedding and event flowers are their speciality and with 20 years industry experience Alpine Blooms can create the perfect flowers for your perfect wedding day. Offering a true bespoke service, all their wedding and event work is tailored to suit the individual. As no two brides are alike neither are their flowers.

Their aim is to provide each and every customer with only the freshest of blooms, arranged to the very highest of standards. The simple fact that they have been in in business for such a long time and are so highly regarded attests to this.

Phone orders are welcome or pop in to the store to say hello. For safe and secure online ordering please visit their website and follow the links. Also you can find them on Facebook, Alpine Blooms Florist Mansfield.





12 High Street
Mansfield, VIC, 3722

Located 24.8K from Sawmill Settlement

The Produce Store


Welcome to the Mansfield Regional Produce Store, known to locals simply as The Produce Store. It is the place in town to eat, meet and relax and they look forward to welcoming you as well.

Located in the busy country town of Mansfield; only two and a half hours from Melbourne, this is the place to stop in for a bite to eat, a cup of coffee or a slice of home made cake.

Built in 1895 the high ceilings and crafted rafters of their rustic building help create a wonderful ambience that you will discover the moment you walk in. Once inside it will be time to decide where to start.

The Produce Stores shelves are loaded with local produce, gift ware and an extensive range of regional wines. We can also help you create your own picnic basket full of delicious goodies to take with you when you head out to explore.

Named as one of "the places to go" in the Age Good Food Guide coffee trail, The Produce Store look forward to seeing you in the store next time you are in town.




68 High Street
Mansfield, VIC, 3722

Located 25.1K from Sawmill Settlement

Sawmill Settlement: Events

Boy out of the Country


There is more to land than real-estate. There is more to family than DNA. Jane Clifton leads a stellar cast to tell a story about family, love, loyalty and property prices in regional Australia.

Boy out of the Country tells an Australian story that is timeless, but also as immediate as the stories we read in our daily papers: stories about family disputes, love, real estate; stories about urban sprawl, lost traditions, and people making a quick buck.

The play asks how society can balance the values of tradition with the potential of development. It asks questions about what gets lost between the cracks when farmland turns to housing estate: the loss of traditions, a sense of community.. the elderly.

It is also a play about language, embracing the Australian idiom and mining the Australian vernacular for all its humour, majesty and poetry. Using naturalistic and non-naturalistic performance styles, the play features use of idiom, verse, storytelling and direct address.


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View Street
Mansfield, VIC, 3722

Located 24.9K from Sawmill Settlement

Mansfield Lantern Festival


The Mansfield Lantern Festival is a family friendly community festival held on or around the longest night of the year, the Winter Solstice - celebrating winter, community, family and fun.

Held for the first time in 2015, the festival is open to anyone who would like to take part. Check the website for details about the lantern making workshops.

The festival celebrates community and art with arts, crafts, workshops, regional food, a parade, street theatre, music and more. Come along and help light up the night. Have a look at the website gallery to see some images from the inaugural festival in June 2015.




Event Dates
2016
      18th Jun


High Street
Mansfield, VIC, 3722

Located 25.0K from Sawmill Settlement

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