Chiltern's Tourist Attractions
Any Attractions that are underlined are linked to further information
There are approximately 70 Tourist Attractions Listed Below
Yeddonba aboriginal art site is "hidden" in the bush near Mt Pilot. This site is well worth a visit as it has been clearly labelled, well set out and clearly marked pathways, fully maintained and provides some extremely interesting facts, spectacular views and a "strange feeling" being in a sacred place. The rock caves are also fascinating.
It will leave you with the question of how were these "Chiltern" aboriginals able to paint a Tasmanian Tiger ?
Doma Mungi Gallery
ABORIGINAL TOWN NAMES
A listing of aboriginal town names and their meanings from the North East.
The Star Hotel
The Star Hotel
The Motor Museum
A marvellous collection of Chiltern History, collections of bottles, clothing, equipment, photographs, books and artifacts.
BAGPIPES AND SHILLELAGHS
A shop full of celtic items
A range of freshly baked treats.
Brochures on the tracks available at the tourist information.
Chiltern is regarded as one of the most significant birdwatching locations in Southern Australia. There are four endangered species of birds in the forests, including the Regent Honeyeater and the Turquoise Parrot.
There are over 220 species of birds recorded in the area.
There are 4 bird trails in Chiltern set out for both the amateur and the professional birdwatcher. For more information on these trails and information on how and where to see specific species, click this link.
Pottery made and sold in Chiltern.
BRIC A BRACK
Rule Second Hand Shop
Shannons Trading Co
Chiltern Pioneer Cemetery. Opened in 1858 and 73 people were buried there. The original grave markers and fences were made of wood, and were all removed in 1934 and 1935 and used as firewood.The cemetery closed in 1859 after only one year of use as the ground was too hard to dig.
Chiltern Old Cemetery, 1859 to 1881. Closed as land was too wet and soggy.
Chiltern New Cemetery, opened 1881
CHARCOAL BURNER PETROL CONVERSION
At Lake Anderson, Tourist Park.
Authentic heritage display. Family history research. 0357 261 467
CHILTERN CHERRY FARM
Inquire at Info Centre
Commencing at the Historic Star Hotel and Theatre the walk will cover many
of the Historic Buildings and features of Chiltern in a relaxed 1.5 hour walk.
Click on the heading to see the walk in more detail.
Or the Yellow Footed Antechinus 0357 261 611
The legend of Chiltern's very own native mouse which brings health and prosperity
Mouse products to buy over this web site.
Made and sold in Chiltern
See Tourist Information Centre. Locally made Honey.
80 restored hand operated petrol pumps, some antique cars and motorbikes.
0357 261 236
Made and sold in Chiltern.
A beautiful small dam or lake with unusual colouring an eary coppery red or cyanide colour. Many native grasses around the lake. Picnic facilities and a walking track.
Forest View Emu Farm, by appointment, bus groups welcome.
Phone (03) 5726 1337
ENDANGERED BIRD SPECIES
Chiltern Forest is home to 4 endangered bird species.
FEDERATION PAINTING 1st PARLIAMENT 1901
Bogetti's Furniture and Variety Store. Made and sold in Chiltern
Original Double Cell Lock Up
Gold Dredge ( El Dorado )
Rose of Sharon ( Rutherglen )
Chiltern was founded in the Golden era, and had many mines in and around
the town.The Magenta Gold Mine is well worth a visit, and is less than 2 kilometres
from town. On the opposite side of the Hume Highway is Cyanide Dam Picnic
Area, another former Gold producing area, and Cyanide Dam still has the very
eary cyanide colour, a type of coppery red. Cyanide is used in the treatment
The legend of the magical Chiltern Golden Mouse.
Mouse products for sale over this web site.
Chiltern Golf Course
GUIDED TOURS OF CHILTERN
From Athenaeum Museum 0357 261 467
GUM LEAF PAINTINGS
HISTORIC PRINTING MACHINES
Commercial apiary producing wax and a variety of honey to taste and buy.
Honey is sold in quantities ranging from gift size to bulk. 0357 261 286
Chiltern Forest, known as Box Ironbark National Park
Chiltern Number One Dam
Chiltern Number Two Dam
LINE OF TYPE MACHINE
MADE IN CHILTERN
Only 3 Kms from the Tourist Info, well worth a look.
MAJOR MITCHELL MONUMENT
Monument to Major Mitchell who passed by on 17th October 1836.
MALVERN STAR MOTORISED BICYCLE
Chiltern's Street Scape is so interesting and picturesque that it has been used in three movies,
Ride a Wild Pony
The True Story of Spit McPhee
My Brother Tom
Mount Pilot is only 11 kilometres from town, and has an easy drive along a short dirt road to nearly the summit. There is a wonderful 360 degree view of the forest, farmlands and hills.
Chiltern's Golden Mouse.
Mouse products for sale from this site.
Home of the Australian Author,
Henry Handel Richardson.
0357 261 317
Discover an amazing array of original shop fittings and
pharmaceutical equipment. 0357 261 476
Explore this intact provincial newspaper office of the
golden era. 0357 261 317
Barambogie Gardens, Year Round interest, Bus Groups Welcome
By appointment only, phone (03) 5726 1408 after hours.
Open by appointment Mid August to Mid December
View a no dig cottage garden with many roses and view thousands of spring bulbs in bloom. Phone (03) 5726 1337
PARLIAMENTS 1st MEETING 1901
PEDDLE KNIFE SHARPENER
A pickled onion shop, one with a difference.
PRINTING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
Historic original racecourse and stable complex
RATZ BAR AND TAKE AWAY
Tavern and Take Away
Chiltern's Annual Rodeo
SALESMAN'S JUG DISPLAY OF 1901
SELF HEATING IRON-KEROSINE
STRING MAKING GADGET
SWANS AND DUCKS, WATERFOWL
Chiltern has some friendly Black Swans and a large range of waterbirds on Lake Anderson, in the centre of town. It is a great place for a picnic outing, if you don't mind sharing your lunch.
Chiltern Swimming Pool, at Lake Anderson
Star Theatre, Historic Theatre
WORLD FAMOUS GRAPEVINE
Grapevine trunk measures 721/2 inches at base. In the Guiness Book of Records. At Star Theatre Museum. Historic Bar, antiques & collectables, and historic theatre and equipment. 0357 261 395
WHARFDALE PRINTING PRESS 1887
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