Bacchus Marsh Heritage Trail

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Bacchus Marsh Heritage Trail - Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour
Bacchus Marsh Heritage Trail - Bacchus Marsh Court House

Highlights include the Avenue of Honour which commemorates those who served in World War 1, the Bacchus Marsh Courthouse established 1858, a Railway Turntable mid-1950s, and Station built in 1887 and The Chicory Kiln, built in 1885 to dry, grind and roast local chicory to sell in ‘Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills.’

Other local sites of significance include:

  • Border Inn (1851)
  • Simon’s Garage
  • Courthouse Hotel (1864)
  • The Express Office Printing Works (1866)
  • St Andrew’s Uniting Church (1865)
  • Holy Trinity Anglican Church (1877)
  • St Bernard’s School and Convent of St Joseph (1900)
  • Blacksmith’s Shop and Cottage (1851)
  • The Manor House (1852)


Click here to download your copy of the Bacchus Marsh Heritage Trail or drop in to the Bacchus Marsh Visitor Information Centre, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh.

Physical Address: 
Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340

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Last Updated:

Tuesday, 5 June, 2018 - 15:41