Alexandra and the villages of Acheron, Molesworth and Yarck have a proud and rich history of gold and agriculture - still evident today in the many National Trust classified buildings, homesteads and grand hotels.
The Great Victorian Rail Trail winds through much of this area making these townships a great stopping off point for cyclists. Food, wine, art and music are the heart and soul of this area and the region hosts a fantastic program of events throughout the year. A stone's throw from Lake Eildon and the Lake Eildon National Park, Alexandra and surrounds is a great location for outdoor enthusiasts, foodies and history buffs.
The Great Victorian Rail Trail winds through much of this area making these townships a great stopping off point for cyclists wishing to explore the fabulous range of welcoming country pubs, great eateries, local art galleries and quirky stores.
EAT & DRINK
Grant St Grocer Alexandra is a cafe and produce store. Open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch and are fully licensed. Serving Merchant Coffee Roasters Coffee to an exceptional standard.
Grant St Grocer are proud to make all dishes from scratch and aim to deliver honest, exceptional food with no shortcuts. The Take Home Meals feature curries and international dishes in easy-to-heat, reusable packaging. The cakes are made in-house by the pastry chef to ensure freshness and an ever changing variety.
Grant St Grocer showcase regional produce and wines in the store.
FESTIVALS & EVENTS
Each year the community, including schools, businesses, groups and many more, all get together to decorate Christmas Trees which are on display for everyone to enjoy throughout December.
This year over 300 trees will fill the hall and will be a sight to behold.
This event is purely run by the community and its volunteers and truly captures the Christmas spirit.
Welcome to Molesworth Recreation Reserve Caravan and Camping Park, located in the township of Molesworth in the Shire of Murrindindi on the banks of the Goulburn River.
The reserve is on crown land under the control of the Department of Environment, Energy and Climate Action and is managed by the Molesworth Reserve Committee of Management. Guests can access shower and toilet blocks, laundry room with coin-operated washing machines and drier. The laundry also has a book exchange library.
The reserve is dog friendly, however, some rules do apply. Campfires are also welcome but must be contained within a designated fire pit and not permitted on days of a total fire ban or when the caretakers deem it too dangerous to have fires within the reserve.
There are also free undercover electric barbecues, tables and seating located behind the pavilion. In the rear of the pavilion is a camp kitchen with a stove, microwave, refrigerator, kettle and dining table and chairs which is available for all campers to use free of charge. The pavilion also features an entertainment area including satellite television.