Take a pleasant 1 ½ hour drive from Melbourne and you’ll stumble upon the charming town of Creswick. This former gold-mining town with a population of 2,300 might be small in scope but it has a huge place in Australian history. Creswick was home to a number of Australian icons including the artist Norman Lindsay and former Prime Minister John Curtin. Surrounded by a pine plantation, Creswick’s quaint main street is dotted with historic churches and fine public buildings that point to its golden heritage. Just some of the town’s celebrated landmarks include the Creswick Museum, Creswick Regional Park, World of Dinosaurs theme park and the Tangled Maze gardens.

Our hotels in Creswick

3-4 star hotels

2.19 k.m from the city centre

Settle in to 4.5-star bush serenity at Novotel Forest Resort Creswick, located in the heart of the Central Goldfields, just 15 minutes from Ballarat. ...

Luxury hotels

2.24 k.m from the city centre

The Sebel Creswick Forest Resort offers fully self contained apartments equipped with elegant appointments. Situated in Hepburn Shire, 20 minutes from...

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