MATRIX is located at the University of Melbourne’s Creswick campus, 129km west of Melbourne.
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Food and Drink
Creswick has many local cafés, restaurants and pubs. For a comprehensive list of local dining options, please click here.
Things to do
Creswick is a beautiful and historic town located in the regional area of Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges in Victoria, Australia. Creswick is a former gold mining town and was the site of the original School of Forestry established in 1910. Creswick is also the birth place of the Norman Lindsay, famous author of The Magic Pudding, and former Australian Prime Minister John Curtin.
- A map for bush walking and more information with pictures about some trails
- Wine tasting
- The Goldfields Track
- Visiting historical towns such as Kyneton, Daylesford and Hepburn Springs
- The Creswick Museum contains a collection of photos and relics from Creswick’s gold mining history
- Visiting the towns of Daylesford and Ballarat
See Creswick Tourism for further information, or visit the Creswick Visitor Information Centre located at 41-43 Albert St in the centre of town.
Creswick Town map (click to enlarge)
Creswick is approximately a 20 minute drive to both Daylesford and Ballarat.