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Hepburn Shire

The Hepburn Shire region is renowned for its natural beauty and mineral springs reserves. The eastern part of Hepburn Shire is hilly with high rainfall levels and significant native forest areas. The western part is characterised by rolling hills, medium to lower rainfall and broad acre farming land. The total area of Hepburn Shire is 1,470 square kilometres. The region contains over 80 per cent of Australia's mineral springs. Hepburn Shire’s townships have their own share of history and natural features.

Trentham is home to Australia’s highest single drop water fall, Creswick has carved out a name for itself as the home of forestry and artist Norman Lindsay, and Clunes is the first registered gold strike town in Victoria. As the ‘spa capital of Australia’, Hepburn Shire is known for its special environment and relaxation weekends with the added benefit of spectacular heritage buildings, parks, reserves and native forests.

For more information view the Hepburn Shire website. 

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