Yackandandah, Beechworth

Take a step back in time and follow the journey of Beechworth's fascinating history, from pioneers looking to strike it rich in the goldfields, to the region's indigenous people to some of Australia's most notorious bushrangers. Wander the streets and discover the perfectly preserved buildings of Beechworth, visit the living museums of the Beechworth Historic & Cultural Precinct, or join one of the popular Walking Tours and be treated to an entertaining and informative insight into this picturesque and historic town.

Yackandandah, Beechworth
Food & Wine

From bountiful harvests and locally foraged ingredients, to craft beer brewed in the centre of town to internationally renowned local wines, Beechworth boasts a vibrant local food scene. Graze your way around town at comforting cafés, welcoming restaurants and popular local pubs bursting at the seams with character.

Yackandandah, Beechworth

Take a leisurely stroll along the two main streets of Beechworth (Ford & Camp St), and discover the treasures that lie within the beautiful shopfronts. Browse through the sophisticated boutiques boasting luxury fabrics, designer labels, vintage jewellery, quality leather goods and contemporary homewares and gifts. The kids (big and little) will be delighted with the popular lolly shop and toy store, with old and new favourites galore.

Yackandandah, Beechworth

Just a short walk, drive or ride from Beechworth, you will be greeted with breathtaking lookouts, National and State Parks, cascading waterfalls and idyllic picnic spots. Follow the historic Spring Creek on the Powder Magazine to Woolshed Falls walk and be greeted with an observation deck overlooking the majestic falls. To get the blood really pumping, try your luck at the mountain bike trails only a short drive from the centre of town or if you prefer to sit back and soak in what mother nature has provided, you're sure to love the view from the Murmungee Lookout. A short walk from the centre of town is Lake Sambell, perfect for cooling off in the warmer months, or throwing a rod in and trying your luck with the underwater locals.

For more information visit our Beechworth website.