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lost magazine | daylesford & surrounds March 2012 | volume 11 issue 115


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contents VINTAGE BAKING

the perfect coffee companion

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in Glenlyon with all the big names

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mermaids a plenty in Lyonville

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& google facebook madness

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husbands need not donate

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on the parade

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throwing phones - country fun

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Honour Roll

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it’s the MFW Festival country style

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IT’S A LONG LUNCH

AHOY ME HEARTIES YOUTUBE MYSPACE 2

WIVES WANTED

CHILLOUT RAINBOW PULLING TRACTORS

INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY TASTINGS @ THE COSMO 14

JOG OR SPRINT

for the willow, it’s The Daylesford Gift 28

GLENLYON ART SHOW

calling all artists to enter now

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reconnecting with Hepburn

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at CeCoDe Workroom

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for Earth Hour

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with the sound of music

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ZELMAN ORCHESTRA

JEFF RAGLUS EXHIBITS ALL 38

SWITCH IT ALL OFF

THE CRESWICK FOREST IS ALIVE

cover: ‘the coffee series: ‘Piccolo latte’ Breakfast & Beer, Daylesford


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is an independent monthly magazine circulating throughout Daylesford, Hepburn Springs, Trentham, Castlemaine, Woodend, Kyneton, Creswick, Clunes & surrounds. Publishers: lost publishing Design: Stefan Overzier Photography: Stefan Overzier Carolyn Managh Editor / Sub Editor: Danni Petkovic / Kathy Douglas

Sovereign Press (Ballarat) lost HQ: PO Box 1008, Daylesford, 3460 WRITING, EDITING & DESIGN 0425 763 864 / 0439 560 706 info@lostmagazine.com.au lostmagazine.com.au ABN 42 869 766 339 Material herein constitutes information not advice. DEADLINE FOR NEXT ISSUE: March 16, 2012

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Nana’s red cardy too! BY NOW the entire world is probably aware that lost hearts coffee. It’s scribbled on many a wall and may have been etched onto a tree trunk. Yep we live on it. And this month we found an extra special companion for our favourite brew. The Vintage Baker bickie! Delving into these bickies is like a portal to a past world, a world before coffee existed but dunking a sneaky biscuit into Nan’s tea was your and her secret. Divine. So now, lost also hearts the following ‘Vintage Baker’ collections: Nana’s Red Cardigans (think jam drops), Muddy Gumboots (think Kingstons), Too Tough for Nana’s Falsies (Gingernut) and Grandma’s Fancy Biscuit Jar (Montecarlo) to be paired with said coffee, (of course). The Vintage Baker is a clever little cookie who knew exactly what she was doing when conjuring up her childhood memories and packaging them up to share with the world. There is a gorgeous story behind each of these special biscuit recipes. Pick up your some from Michelle (said clever cookie) for yourself at the Daylesford Makers’ Market (Vincent St) or for more info email: michelle@thevintagebaker.com.au. dp


Excuse us...

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...whilst we drop a few names (& drool) YOU know you’ve died and gone to foodie-heaven when Kazuki Tsuya, Michael de Jong and Christian Reuther are making your lunch. Glenlyon is just ten minutes drive northeast of Daylesford, and home, once again, to the annual foodie celebration, The World’s Longest Lunch, (as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival). On Friday, March 2, 30 locations across regional Victoria will host long, extravagant, gourmet lunches, served up by some of the most talented chefs in the state. Being that Glenlyon is in the heart of foodie paradise, Glenlyon’s table will overflow with deliciousness delivered by our most celebrated chefs, who will bring to the table passionately plated morsels of yum, matched with local vignerons’ finest vintages. Canapés (from Peppers Mineral Springs Retreat) will be served for starters at the Old Glenlyon General Store, and whilst you’re enjoying a Chanters Ridge Vineyard Macedon Sparkling with your besties, (cheers), crisp linen will be straightened and gleaming cutlery set out on the long tables under the shade of the magnificent elm trees outside the Glenlyon Shire Hall (Barkly Street). You’re then invited to wander up and take your place at the long tables for a Japanese inspired entree from Kazuki Tsuya (of Kazuki’s at the Raglan) matched with a Pinot Grigio from Fontanella Wines and Sailors Falls Estate. The main course will be sourced from the best of the region’s produce and crafted into an elegant meal, perfectly paired with wines from Ellender Estate and Passing Clouds. Dessert by Christian Reuther (of Ego’s Culinaria and Ego Cakes & Catering) promises to be exceptional, and will be matched with a Gewürztraminer Auslese from Birthday Villa at Malmsbury. If it rains, we still eat (phew!), inside marquees adjacent to the historic hall. Tickets are $120, and proceeds go to the Glenlyon CFA Fire Station Building Project and Glenlyon Progress Association. Write off the day, the longest lunch runs from 12 ‘til 4pm. Bus transport from Daylesford (and back!) is available. For more information and bookings visit: glenlyon.vic.au or call: Jenny Ellender, 5348 7785. kd

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Hepburn Springs

minerals, massage & village life

Nestled in forested foothills, Hepburn Springs has lured visitors to its abundance of natural mineral spring water for generations. Little has changed, bring bottles and tap your own at the source, or sample local sparkling of the grape variety at one of Hepburn Springs’ fine restaurants.

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where Hepburn Regional Park wraps around Hepburn and Hepburn Springs. Gullies and ridges, hills and creeks make for scenic country drives, good hiking and private and spectacular accommodation. what Wander forest trails, indulge in heavenly spa treatments, see live music, shop for quirky treasures, dine in style and sleep in boutique accommodation, all in one day‌ or take your time and unwind over a week. how Hepburn is a leisurely 5 minute drive from Daylesford, a bit over an hour from Melbourne and about 25 hours from Paris + transfers from Tullamarine. 6


Pirates, Mermaids & Firemen We heart Lyonville

POSSIBLY the cutest country hall in all the land, Lyonville Hall, (High Street), might look lovely, sweet and country quaint, but boy does she know how to throw a party. Invite yourself along to the Third Annual Fireman’s Ball. (Saturday March 3 from 6:30pm). The Fireman’s Ball will help raise funds for a big shiny fire tanker for Lyonville CFA. There’ll be live music, dancing, door prizes, platters of delicious morsels and that warm and fuzzy feeling you get when helping the local community (as well as that warm and fuzzy feeling you get when you know there’s a full bar.) Did we mention it’s a themed event? Break out the Janome me hearties, the theme is Pirates, Mermaids and Sea Creatures! Ahoy! Tickets are $35, from Radio Springs Hotel, Trentham Tip and Trentham Takeaway. For more information telephone: 5348 5690. kd

YouTube myspace

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& I’ll google ur facebook IT’S everywhere! The world’s gone social media mad! Glenn Garret is a local tutor wanting to share his expertise on some of this social madness, oops… these media phenomenons. So, on Wednesday, March 7, he will answer all of your questions on facebook, and how best to utilise it to avoid nasties (hoaxes, scams and keep your privacy) whilst connecting with the world - in a short course at the Daylesford Neighbourhood Centre (Camp St) from 9.30am until 12:30pm. 1 session $40/$30 conc. More info on this and other courses, visit: ourneighbourhood.org.au. And while we’re on it, we here at lost realise that you timepoor business folk may not have the hours or skills to best optimise your facebook either, so drop us a line if you want to make the most of your ‘check-ins’ and ‘likes’ - after all whether you ‘like’ or not, someone, somewhere is sharing your page. More details: info@lostmagazine.com.au. dp

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The Fine Art of High tea

WITH all the dancing, parading, dancing, horse riding, dancing, hiking, dancing, partying (and um… did we mention dancing?) going on for ChillOut, you’ll need some sustenance to keep up with it all! Poise your pinkies ladies and gents… High Tea on Camp is here to nourish and delight! Saturday, March 10, bring on the cucumber sandwiches, the Pimms and pots of perfect tea, and prepare to indulge in tiered platters of homemade deliciousness and lashings of perfectly whipped cream. (Don’t worry, you’ll be dancing it off later). High Tea on Camp will be held at the newly renovated Albert Day Spa and Mills Spa Suites (12 Camp Street Daylesford) from 4pm-6pm. Entry fee is a gold coin donation to the SES. Full high tea or individual treats available for purchase. More info: chilloutfestival.com.au. kd

Wives Wanted

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Husbands need not donate THIS time last year some clever blokes got together at their local and devised a cunning plan to find themselves some ladies, or to be precise – a wife. And, either there weren’t enough candidates first time, or there’s just too many farmers to go round, as this month it’s time for ‘Wallace Wants a Wife’ once more! On Satdee, March 3, head to the Wallace Hotel (741 Bungaree-Wallace Rd) from 7pm for live music and ahem… games… Bookings are essential, tix are $20, so to book your place call Andrea on: 5334 0322. Criteria for single ladies: be 25-95 years old and here’s the night’s plan, live music, games, sausage sizzle...wife... husband! There’ll be a recovery ‘Second Chance Sunday’ if you luck out on March 4 from 12 noon, with live music and all day dining. More info email: wallacehotel@bigpond.com or check out the pub’s facebook page for updates. dp

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Daylesford,

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Somewhere over the Rainbow HAVE you seen a few rainbow flags waving around town? A few more than usual? Wondering what’s going on? Well incase you’ve been living under a rock, (a really big rock… perhaps even Hanging Rock,) it’s ChillOut! The Annual ChillOut Festival is the biggest and longestrunning Country Queer Pride event in regional Australia and the largest festival held in the Hepburn Shire. Hoorah! Born of humble beginnings - ChillOut started as a networking lunch for local Gay and Lesbian business peeps - However, the GLBTQI grape-vine is a swift growing one, and it wasn’t long before our little lunch became a full blown four day festival! – But despite the hype (ChillOut by name and ChillOut by nature), there’s something about the festival’s name that rings true. Even though the event, that brings tens of thousands to the region to party, ChillOut still remains a relaxed, fun, down to earth celebration of community and pride for the local and wider GLBTQI community. Held on the Labour Day long weekend, (this year Friday, March 9, - Monday March 12), ChillOut is jam packed with celebrations, dancing and dance parties, music, a carnival day, a street parade, events, art, food, performances, comedy, outdoor activities, pampering, workshops and more. Each year ChillOut raises money for a worthy cause, over $180,000 has been donated to various charities over the years, and this year ChillOut is supporting the Hepburn Shire SES Unit, to help them purchase vital equipment. The program for ChillOut 2012 is loaded with fantastic events that cater for absolutely everyone. (Even your four legged pals.) For the full list of events, pick up a copy of the Official Program at the Daylesford Tourist Information Centre (98 Vincent Street) or view online at chilloutfestival.com.au. If you’re here especially for ChillOut then HAPPY CHILLOUT to you!! And, if you happen to be here by chance, boy, we hope you brought your dancing shoes! kd

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Rainbow on our Parade

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(BYO parrot)

JOHNNY Depp has a lot to answer for. Aye!! Indeed we be talkin’ about PIRATES!! Each year the ChillOut festival cordons off Vincent Street Daylesford for the ChillOut Street Parade. It’s a colourful, crazy, fun event, each year is themed, and this year’s theme is ‘Pirates.Recapturing the Pearls.’ It just wouldn’t be a Queer pride parade without the Dykes on Bikes leading the way – closely followed by all manner of floats, marching boys, drag queens lounging in convertibles, classic cars, cheer leaders, clowns and of course PIRATES! Look out for the very special Visitor Information Centre volunteers’ float - always outrageously spectacular. Thousands turn out to this most loved community event, so if you hear the thunder of Harleys, best ye get yerselves down there or we’ll be ‘avin’ you walk the plank at sundown. AaarrrRrrRrRR…. erm, sorry... Sunday, March 11, 10am for a 10:30am start. More info at: chilloutfestival.com.au. kd

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Carnival Day!

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Roll Up Roll Up! WHO doesn’t love a Carnival? Huh?! Name one person? – See we knew you couldn’t do it! A favourite annual event - for locals and visitors to the region - Carnival Day is a highlight on the ChillOut calendar. So make sure you circle Sunday, March 11, with a glittery pen, Carnival Day is one great big heeeuge par-tay for absolutely everyone, including your furry four legged friends. (Oh yes. The furry children are invited to enter the carnival dog show for some pretty spesh prizes!) Wander around and browse information and market stalls, buy fresh local produce, delicious food, and be entertained by some seriously impressive talent on two stages, the Main Stage, and the ChillOut Bar - with undercover seating and its own bar. (Perfect for a spot of people watching!) Headlining on the main stage is Paul Capsis. (Yes. We did just say Paul Capsis)! You might know him as Riff Raff from the most recent seasons of Rocky Horror, or you might know him because he’s a massive cabaret star, or you might know him because he has collected a Helpman Award for being such a fine stage actor and has worked around the globe with renown theatre companies. Or you might just know him because he is a freakin superstar and his voice will blow your mind. (yep, that last one). Oooo, what a treat to see him in Daylesford for ChillOut! Other fabulous acts to grace the stages at Carnival Day include alt-country faves Sal Kimber and the Rollin Wheel, and the pitch-bitch perfectly perfect boys of Boylesque… (and loads more acts still to be announced at the time of print) Carnival Day is a special event on the ChillOut calendar for families, friends, loved ones and all members of the community and visitors alike, and is held at Victoria Park, Ballan Road, Daylesford. Gates open 11am – 6pm. Advance purchase tickets are $15 at: chilloutfestival.com.au.  Tickets also available at the gate for $20/$15 conc. For full program or more information visit: chilloutfestival.com.au. kd

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The hub of Glenlyon Open Seven DayS 8am-6pm Mon-Sat 9am-6pm Sun Brekkie, Lunch, Coffee, Cake & Catering 63 Barkly Street, Glenlyon 5348 7922 tania@glenlyongeneralstore.com.au


Pulling your weight in Bullarto

A FARMER’S life can be a lonely one, out on the tractor all day, nothing to talk to but the birds and potatoes. A farmer’s mind can get to wandering. One such farmer thought it’d be a grand idea to discover how much weight his tractor could pull, and thus, the international competitive sport of Tractor Pulling was born. This region quite enjoys the odd tractor pull, and Sunday, March 11, Bullarto is hosting their annual Tractor Pull event. See vintage and classic tractors and vehicles and demos galore. There’s mobile phone throwing for the ladies, (you know you want to), food stalls, music and loads of big ol’ tractors pulling loads and loads of big ol’ stuff. Rally Site, Bullarto Hall and Railway Grounds, Sth Bullarto Rd, Bullarto 10:30 – 4:30. Entry $7, kids under 16 $3. Family tickets $15. More info contact Len Orr, 5348 5555. kd

International Women’s Day

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Honour roll reception

THE global day of celebrations for the political, economic and social achievement of women is March 8, and is aptly named International Women’s Day. It’s been a celebration of sorts all over the world for over a hundred years and places like Bulgaria, China, Vietnam and Russia, take it as a national holiday. (hmmm, c’mon Aussie c’mon??...) The Hepburn Shire launched the Honour Roll in 2005 on IWD to celebrate the women of the Shire whose contribution, courage and example have led to significant social change for women. The Honour Roll inductees will be announced at a Civic Reception at the Daylesford Town Hall (Vincent Street) this year on Thursday, March 8 from 5pm. Community members all welcome. For further information please telephone: 5321 6423 or visit: hepburn.vic.gov.au dp

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Alla Wolf-Tasker’s café & store in the enchanting surrounds of the Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens. Enjoy breakfast and lunch in the café or select from our picnic and take home range. Join us for Aperitivo on Friday, Saturday & Sunday until 8pm.

Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens, Car Entry off Central Spring Road Daylesford, Victoria, Australia


trentham

golf, bread, falls & friendly folk

Is it a golf town? Is it a farm town? Is it a forest village? Is it boutiquey and gorgeous? Can you get good fair trade organic coffee? And an enormous oversized statue of a giraffe? Yes. Yes to it all. It’s Trentham… and yes, you really should pay a visit.

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why As above, tiny Trentham is many things to many people… but since Trentham is our little secret, you’ll still be able to get a park in the main street on a Saturday. what Buy still-warm organic sourdough currant buns, peruse galleries and antiques over your latte, see live music, eat truffles in a decadent stable and celebrate the humble potato. how Trentham is a picturesque 15-20 minute drive from Daylesford through Wombat State Forest and farmland, 15-20 minutes from Woodend and 15 minutes from Kyneton. 20


Café open daily 8am to 5pm in Trentham Organic Hot X Buns from 10 March

RedBeard Historic Bakery

Special event on 16 March: ‘Fresh Bread, Cold Beer, Hot Buns’ Baking workshops most Sundays

Event or workshop bookings: 5424 1354

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Foodie heaven in

inner-city Trentham THE MELBOURNE Food and Wine Festival is cheating a little bit right? Trentham’s not exactly in the Melways… but those clever peeps at the MFWF can spot a fab food experience a mile (or 57) away... And as part of the Festival, The Cosmopolitan Hotel (Cosmo Road, Trentham) is hosting Tastings @ The Cosmo, Saturday, March 17, 11am–5pm. Enjoy a beautiful day in the Cosmo gardens, kicking back with friends, listening to great local musicians, whilst sampling seasonal delights and tasting the latest offerings from the boutique wineries of the Macedon Ranges Wine Region. (Sounds spesh doesn’t it?… those festival peeps know a thing or two.) Cost is $35 and includes a souvenir glass, wine tastings, regional produce tasting plate and a glass of wine. Meals are also available throughout the day. Perfect. For more info call: 5424 1516. kd

There’s nothin’ Nanna

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THERE’S something in the water around these parts… Something that brings out the creativity… The locals are prone to random acts of crochet, and uncontrollable fits of craft. All this creativity and craftiness makes for pretty villages, and the creatively gifted villagers enjoy sharing their beautiful handmade wares with the world. Trentham town is a home-made-hot spot. Trentham is so overflowing with lovingly crafted wares, they had to create a market to sell it all – thus The Trenthamade Market was born. Trenthamade is held on the third Saturday of each month. This month it’s Saturday, March 17, 9am ‘til 1:30pm. Peruse handknits, soaps, wooden toys, greeting cards, garden ornaments, children’s and toddlers’ clothes, cushions and more. The market is held at Cosmo Road Trentham. For more information, contact Ruth White: 0429 976 158. kd

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It’s not a festival...it’s

Myrniong Music in the Park

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OUTDOOR festivals in Victoria are rife. Name a natural feature and it’s guaranteed that someone will be waving a guitar around in front of it. There are plains, falls, paddocks (Mooing or Meredithing), and Rocks (of the Hanging and Pyramid varieties) of the mega-fest variety. No wonder we suffer festival fatigue, it’s hard work being cool enough (and rich enough) to see them all! Fear not jaded festival folk… the sweet township of Myrniong have a Recreation Reserve and a PA system and they’re not afraid to use them. You are hereby cordially invited to the family friendly, country cool, Myrniong Music in the Park. Nestled in the picturesque Pentland Hills, the wee hamlet of Myrniong is country life as it should be; a close knit community, the local pub, old buildings and a rec reserve just begging for a stage a few guitars (to wave around), and an audience. Music in the Park is an annual event and will be held on Saturday March 17, from 2pm. BYO picnic blanket, chairs or whatever makes you comfy, and pull up a patch of grass. The Myrniong Hall Committee will be turning snags on the barbie, and the local organic pig farmer will be roasting up a storm, serving delicious organic roast pork rolls. There’ll be other food, as well as coffee, local wineries serving their latest vintages, ice cream, slushies and lollies for the kiddies… (But we’re sure if you ask nicely you can probably have some lollies too). Now to the stage and guitars bit… Of course there’ll be music all day. Myrniong has more than their fair share of young local talent, and they’ll be first to the stage, followed by Hollow Everdaze, the Murlocs, along with Demi Louise, Liam Jarrod and Sally Baulch. 60s cover band The Substitutes are expected on stage around 9pm. Adult tickets are $15, under 18s are free. You’re also welcome to pitch a tent and stay the night if you wish. For more info contact: Greg Lindsdell 0418 391 589. kd

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Clunes

books, antiques, coffee & architecture

Clunes’ rustic buildings are filled with books, antiques and coffee. This is an old gold town that hasn’t gone glam… yet. Stroll under wide verandahs on fabulous bluestone streets and choose your poison: long black or long neck, then pick an open fire and unwind some more.

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where Clunes is a haven for treasure hunters… somewhere in the middle of gold country. Bring a road map and a treasure map and seek your fortune in gold, collectables, second hand books and vintage items of all descriptions. what Discover beautiful bush tracks and trails of gold, lollies and lattes, miners’ cottages and mine the second hand book stores for more books than you could read in a lifetime. how Clunes is a 40 minute rambling country drive from Daylesford, past historic gold mines and 1850s’ ruins, scenic volcanic country, bubbling creeks and patchworked farmland. From Creswick, Clunes is a direct 15 minute drive. 26


The state-of-the-art Salus Spa is designed with blonde wood and splashes of Tiffany blue. The Spa is surrounded by waterfall fed streams and has nine treatment areas, including the Tree Top Mineral Spas which contain 100% pure mineral water. Enjoy relaxing massages, premium Elemis facials, advanced performance body treatments and more. Non residential guests welcome. Bookings essential.

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To Sprint or Jog?

That is the question

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FROM the view point of an ex-distance runner, sprinters are fascinating creatures. One cannot quite comprehend the training and preparation that goes into an event that is over in under 12 seconds, (or 9.58 if you’re really freaking amazing – nice one Usain Bolt!) when one is accustomed to running for hours on end. Sweat not, dear readers as you will neither need to sprint nor slog it out this month (unless you are so inclined). You can relish in being a mere spectator as the finest sprinters around hit Shepherds Flat on Sunday, March 25, for the Daylesford Gift. The gift is the last lead up event to the prestigious Stawell Gift and is part of the ‘Run for the Willow Carnival’ at Cricket Willow (355 Hepburn-Newstead Rd, Shepherds Flat). It’s for a good cause too, they raise funds for Camp Quality (campquality.org.au) and since its 2005 inception, the carnival has raised over $15,000. They’ve also taken it a step back in time this year with a change in distance to the 100 yard sprint. If you’re yawning at the thought of sitting sideline, you’re in luck as there’s also a full program of Victorian Athletic League events from 60 metres to 2,000 metres, with a new novelty event ‘the footballers’ relay’, plus a 3.2km cross country run for those who wish to get a bit more bang for their buck (or sweat for their efforts). Entry is $10 for adults and children by gold coin donation. Proceeds will be donated to Camp Quality. You’ll need to be on your starting blocks from 10am, to not miss the action. For more information email: runforthewillow@hotmail. com or call Adrian Tinetti on: 0405 834 960 Aside: When the folk at Cricket Willow aren’t busy hosting famous events, they are the only place in Australia where one can see the entire process of ‘Bud to Bat’ - that’s willow bud transitioning into finest Crockett or Jabaroo bat. Visit: cricketwillow.com.au or phone 5476 4277 for more.

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Kyneton

old wares, eclectic art & indulgence

Not to be outshone by its historically beautiful, mineral spring rich and gastronomically outstanding country sisters, Kyneton has come out firing in recent years and is stunning visitors with everything from daffodils to dessert. Indulge in Kyneton’s eclectic shopping and to-die-for dining.

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where Just off the Calder Freeway, Kyneton shines. Pack an appetite and head to Piper Street where there’s reputedly more hatted restaurants on this little street, than in any other in regional Australia. what Shop for handmade fashion, or handmade chocolates. Find retro relics and bold contemporary art, devour exquisite dinners, or relax with friends over cheese and fine wine. Let the country hospitality undo what the city has done. how Kyneton is an hour’s drive from Melbourne (Calder Fwy) or an hour on a V/Line train from Southern Cross. Kyneton is a half hour drive from Daylesford via Tylden. 30


Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa


to Ballarat 45 km to Clunes 43 km to Creswick 27 km


Calling all artists to:

Get ready, get set, get creative! IT’S the time of year once again where the good folk in Glenlyon want to showcase your work! The doors (or portal) have opened to entrants for the 2012 Glenlyon Art Show, and you’d better be quick as they close on March 25. Entry is just $10 and first prize is a massive $1,000 with the runner-up receiving $250. And all art work will be for sale. There’s some incentive right there if you were waiting for a sign to get the creative juices flowing. Artists can get more information, including terms and conditions and entry form from: glenlyon.vic.au or pop into The Glenlyon General Store (63 Barkly Street) or Benjamin Bandicoot (31 Vincent Street, Daylesford) and pick up a hard copy. More info call Trish on: 5348 7955. The show is on 21-29 April. Full details in next month’s lost. dp

Bacon, Berocca & Bloody Marys

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Recovery with a capital B

SO you’re here for ChillOut?… Yes you… We can see the red eyes behind the sunnies, and your sore-feet-from-dancing limp as you swagger over here to pick up this little mag. Well lost has a panacea for what ills you my friend. The foggy head, the bleary eyes, the general malaise…. ohh we’re feelin it. When it’s time to actually chill out after ChillOut, you need to get yourself to possibly the most important event in the ChillOut programme: THE OFFICIAL ChillOut Brunch Recovery. Your recovery will be held at The Palais (111 Main Road, Hepburn Springs) 10am – 2pm Monday, March 12. We’re talkin bacon and egg sarnies, proper heart starting coffee, and life-saving Bloody Marys. Don’t forget your sunnies, a Berocca, and a gold coin donation to the SES. For the full event guide visit: chilloutfestival.com.au or pick up a copy from the Visitor Info Centre (Vincent Street).

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Giddy up Bubbles

Now there’s a name for a horse! THE inaugural Macedon Ranges Cup will run on Sunday, March 25, at Kyneton NMIT Park (Campaspe Place Kyneton). The focus is to celebrate the amazing quality and variety of produce and wine from all throughout the Macedon Ranges region. And on this day they’ll be gathered in one location for your tasting pleasure! There’ll be a VIP marquee and a ‘touch up tent’ for race-goers’ beauty needs, a five piece band, activities for the wee tackers, and our personal fave ‘Bubbles Central’ - a bar dedicated to the region’s best sparkling wine. This’ll be a fun family day out and a good excuse to celebrate the Macedon Ranges, sorry no BYO (well why would you with all that on offer!?!). General admission tix are $15, Concession $9, children under 15 are FREE. More info or bookings phone: 1300 139 402 or visit: kyneton.countryracing.com.au dp

Stacks of art room

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in this Stockroom

NOT only does Stockroom (98 Piper St, Kyneton) sell industria, retro wonders and hot old skool jaffles, it also houses a fantastic gallery space. Saturday, March 10 Sunday, April 8, Stockroom presents three very different exhibitions. Firstly, Kim Percy’s Traverse. Kim’s apolitical work deals with the plight of refugees fleeing their broken homelands through beautiful and powerful photographic imagery of turbulent oceans and skies. Anton Hasell’s sculptural copper and brass panel relief pieces in A Quest to Cross The Inland Sea, observe both our own personal ever shifting ‘inner-coastline’ and that of Australia’s great inland sea. Thirdly, Joel Gailer pushes printmaking to the limit with his humourous conceptual text-based works blurring the boundary between word and object. Ponder the deeper meanings within the works over a double espresso and Nutella jaffle at Stockroom’s café. More info: 5422 3212. 36

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daylesford labour day long weekend 9-12 march 2012

Enjoy! • Paul Capsis • Sal Kimber & the Rolling Wheel • Boy-Lesque • Dolly Diamond ‘More than just a woman’ • The Laugh Out Loud (LOL) Big Gay Comedy Night • Sister George/Anne E Stewart events • Brunch Recovery and much more! Get your tickets now: W W W.chIlloUTfesTIVal.COM.AU have you booked your accommodation? sponsors major Partners media sponsors


Pluck your highbrows

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The Orchestra’s in town

THE Zelman Memorial Symphony Orchestra will once again grace the Daylesford Town Hall (Vincent Street) with its presence when they present The Pastoral Fantasy on Sunday March 25 at 2pm. It will include Rossini’s Overture: William Tell, Weber’s Clarinet Concerto No 2 and Beethoven’s Symphony No 6 Pastoral. The 60 to 70 piece orchestra is no stranger to these parts, having performed on many occasions in the past, but the founder’s heritage also lay in Hepburn Springs and indeed Zelman cottage in Seventh Street was once owned by the late conductor Alberto Zelman’s brother. The full symphonic ensemble will perform under the baton of conductor Mark Shiell with world renown clarinet soloist David Griffiths. Tickets are $25 adult, $20 concession and $5 student. To pre-purchase phone 5348 1129, or purchase from 1pm on the dayat the Town Hall. More info call Dianne: 5348 4863. dp

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woodend

boutiques, rocks, playgrounds & beer

At the base of imposing Mt Macedon, Woodend is a haven for bushwalkers, food, wine aficionados, lovers of boutique style accommodation and cosmopolitan shopping wrapped up in a cruisy country vibe. Woodend is what Weekends should be all about.

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where Well it’s at the end of the woods isn’t it? Well, sort of… Situated between Macedon and Kyneton, it’s the perfect place to base yourself for a weekend of wineries, or a stop over for delectable dining out. what Have a gourmet picnic at Hanging Rock. Let the kids loose at the truly fantastic Children’s Park. Sample a hand crafted beer or find a cellar door at an award winning winery. how Turn off the Calder Fwy and meander through the Black Forest from Melbourne. Catch a train from Southern Cross. Woodend is about 40mins drive from Daylesford, through perfectly picturesque countryside. 40


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CeCoDe Workroom TUCKED away off Daylesford’s well-trodden main streets is the magnificently restored Raglan Building (Corner Raglan and Camp Streets). The Raglan is definitely worth ‘wandering up the street’ to take a look at. Home to Kazuki’s Japanese-inspired fine dining and two fab little galleries: MADE Gallery and CeCoDe Workroom.

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CeCoDe is a unique art and design studio, and exhibition space. Little sister to Woodend’s Benchmark Collective (97A High Street Woodend), CeCoDe Workroom specialises in prints, small pieces and works on paper. Alongside the prints and illustrations you’ll find an eclectic mix of quirky and wonderful design classics, both battered industrial and shiny new bits and bobs from around the world. They also stock art materials, paper products, art and design books, a selection of Aesop products, a few furniture pieces worthy of gallery status, even designer lighting. And ohh yes… you like that tall piece of metal drawer-ed industria housing their floor stock? You can even buy it too. CeCoDe Workroom has an emphasis on the graphic arts and holds regular exhibitions, predominantly of works on paper. The next exhibition to be held at CeCoDe will be Jeff Raglus, Urban Primitive. Jeff managed to fail art in high school, yet somehow made his way to the forefront of graphic arts in Australia, designing for Mambo for most of the 90s, where he honed his graphic ‘Urban-Primitive-Surf-Pop’ style. For a surfie bloke who failed art, he has done more than okay, holding extremely popular sell-out exhibitions all around Australia. The Urban Primitive show will be a return to what he loves doing best. The exhibition will be held at CeCoDe Workroom (2 - 1 Camp Street, Daylesford) Friday, March 30, till Monday, April 23. Opening hours are Friday - Monday 11am-5pm, or by appointment. For more info call in or email: i@cecode.com.au kd

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Nothing shifty about Shooglenifty

GENRE defying, logic defying, name defying Scottish/Aussie lads Shooglenifty are pretty much everything except gravity defying… although we’d like to see them try. Shooglenifty’s music is an absolute hybrid of genres with roots set firmly in traditional Scottish folk, their music has been described as acid croft, and even made up words like hypnofolkadeliaamient-trance…. with banjos. Wizards of improvisation they blend fiddle, mandolin, banjo, percussion, guitar and bass to create such a rhythmic energy you’ll unable to sit still. Even Nelson Mandela and Emperor Akihito of Japan were tapping along when they played for them… (we’re sure!) So best you wear your dancing shoes because resistance is useless. Saturday, March 31, 8pm. Theatre Royal (30 Hargraves St, Castlemaine). Tickets are $25 show only or $55 dinner and show. More info and bookings 5472 1196. kd

It is the Earth’s

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final countdown

NO-ONE wants that right? Which is why we are counting down the 40 days 4 hours 8 mins 49 secs* till Earth Hour (*correct at time of print). Don’t stop reading now because it all sounds too hard, the best bit of all here is you need do nought. Nothing, just switch off; no lights, no tv, and no appliances, okay sure, there is heaps more you can do, but it’s a pretty easy start (and peaceful too). So, people unite to protect the planet on March 31 and switch off for an hour at 8:30pm. We reckon it’s a good excuse to go phone free too, especially when phones these days are so much more than just a device to talk on. If you are taking part in Earth Hour, the organisers would like to hear from you and want to help connect you with the rest of the globe and there’s a handy inspirational website to do just that, check it out: earthhour.org (and, it’s a very clever Aussie initiative too!) dp 44


Of Sausages and Trombones

(otherwise known as) Music in the Forest CRESWICK is surrounded by forest, both tall eucalypt and plantation pine. And in the heart of the forest on Sunday, March 18, (2:30 – 7pm) the lovely locals are hosting the second annual Music in the Forest, an afternoon/evening of delicious jazz and food, featuring Amy Sexton’s Red! Jazz Trio, Hot Crow Jazz Trio, Ten Men, The Creswick Municipal Brass band in jazz mode, and more. Follow your ears to the beautiful LaGerche Gully, (Sawpit Road, Creswick). Bring picnic blankets, chairs and drinks, and be sure to hang onto your ticket, (it’s your meal ticket as well!) Exchange it on the night for a gourmet BBQ dinner. Tickets available from Cocoa Chy, 84 Albert St Creswick, are $28 (pre-purchase) or $35 at the gate, 5 – 14y/o are $10, under 5s free. For more info visit: creswick.net. kd

For the love of the land...

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and broccoli

FARMERS are awesome. (Just ask the blokes from Wallace, pg. 10, they’ll tell you!) Rijkzwaan are a global company dedicated to farmers, specialising in breeding and supplying vegetable seed for commercial cultivation, and their Aussie head office happens to be right here in Spa Country. On Monday and Tuesday, March 5 and 6, head out to Musk, just 5 klicks from Daylesford on the Trentham Road, and experience Rijkzwaan (Dairy Flat Road) as they open their farm and invite you to touch, taste and sample their extensive range. There’s around 120 acres and over 250 different vegetables being grown! (Sure beats 5 a day!) If you’re interested in farming or just like big vegie patches, this is for you! Open 8.30am-5pm or call Stephanie Knight (0418 397 000) to make an appointment. More info on the company at: rijkzwaan.com.au dp 46


Daylesford Dreaming

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Welcome Art Yarramunua NO DOUBT about it, this region is home to some talented folk. There are more artists per square centimetre in this town than anywhere else in the known universe. (Okay, don’t quote us)... There are galleries upon galleries hung with exceptional works by accomplished and talented local artists. You’ll find sculpture, printed works, paintings, photography, ceramic art, illustrations, attention commanding large scale pieces, and intricate works in miniature, from the most conceptually abstract pieces, to photorealism, the region’s artists cover a lot of genres, (and walls). And now we welcome the first exclusively Indigenous gallery to the region. Art Yarramunua (76 Vincent St Daylesford). Run by Yarramunua and Rachael, they showcase their own beautiful works as well as paintings, carvings and artefacts created by friends and family from Indigenous communities from all over Australia, including works depicting Dja Dja Country (that’s here folks)! Yarramunua’s Great Great Grandfather John Charles was one of the last tribal people to leave the land here, so Yarramunua’s return to Dja Dja, and the opening of the gallery is a significant one, not only as a platform to showcase some of the nation’s most outstanding contemporary Indigenous works, but also as a return to country (of sorts) for Yarra. As well as being one of very few Victorian Indigenous artists, (he also runs another gallery at 500 Collins Street Melbourne), Yarramunua is also one of Australia’s most accomplished musicians, playing didgeridoo alongside Stevie Wonder, Van Halen, Prince, AC/DC and Eminem. And if that’s not enough on the resume, you might also recognise him from film, stage and screen. Yup! He’s a busy boy! With his vast cultural awareness, Yarramunua is well regarded as one of Australia’s best at each of his many talents. And if you’re here in Dja Dja Country, you might just be lucky enough to see him with Rachael, brush in hand, painting on the floor at their new gallery in Daylesford. Art Yarramunua is open Thursday to Sunday 10am - 5pm and Public Holidays. More info: 0406 995 697. kd

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Beautifully presented liqueurs, ports and complimenting liqueur chocolates and liqueur fruits.

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“ChillOut Festival Race Day” @ NMIT KYNETON PARK

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MARCH Thursday 1st Charlie Steel & The Doc Radio Springs Hotel Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville Preformance Night Old Hepburn Hotel 236 Main Rd Hepburn, 7:30-late Dan Rolls The Palais 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8pm Friday 2nd Grumpy Neighbour Radio Springs Hotel Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville Adrian Deakin Solo Piano Horvat’s WINE Bar Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Sugarcane Collins Horvat’s WINE Bar Howe St Daylesford, 9pm till late JukeBox Dance Party (every Friday-night) Old Hepburn Hotel 236 Main Rd Hepburn, 9pm-late Saturday 3rd The Sitting Ducks Radio Springs Hotel Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville The Early Sessions w Tim Crossey Horvat’s WINE Bar Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Duncan Graham & His Co-Accused Horvat’s WINE Bar Howe St Daylesford, 9pm till late Steve Lane and The Autocrats The Palais 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8:30pm Vinyl Tapp 80s & top 40 Covers Old Hepburn Hotel 236 Main Rd Hepburn, 9pm-late Sunday 4th Little Red Blues Bag Radio Springs Hotel Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville The Bon Scotts The Cosmopolitan Hotel High St Trentham, 1pm Afro Junk vs. Koala Grunge The Palais 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 3pm Sunday ‘Funk’n Groove DJ Sessions Horvat’s WINE Bar Howe St Daylesford, 7pm till late Perfect Sunday w Family Farm Perfect Drop Wine & Food Lounge 5 Howe St Daylesford, 4-6pm Thursday 8th Dan Rolls The Palais 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8pm 51

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Gig Guide Friday 9th Truly Madly Deeply Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville ChillOut Opening Party Vincent Street Daylesford, 6pm-late Adrian Deakin Solo Piano Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Open Mic Night High St Trentham, 7pm Local Jazz Greats Howe St Daylesford, 9pm till late The Shambelles (ChillOut) 236 Main Rd Hepburn, 9pm-late Saturday 10th Mr Geoffrey Williams Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville ChillOut Twisted Rodeo 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 11am-2pm Cream (ChillOut) 236 Main Rd Hepburn, 4pm-11pm The Early Sessions Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm ChillOut Bush Dance Vincent Street Daylesford, 5pm-11pm ChillOut with Dolly Diamond 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8pm Alexis Nicole & the Missing Pieces Howe St Daylesford, 9pm-late Sunday 11th ChillOut Carnival Day Ballan-Daylesford Rd, Daylesford, 11am-6pm Jade Leonard Howe St Daylesford, 7-9pm ChillOut with Tina del Twist 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8pm ChillOut Dance Party Vincent Street Daylesford, 8pm-3am Cyndi Boste & Michelle Parsons (ChillOut) 236 Main Rd Hepburn, 8:30-late Sunday ‘Funk’n Groove DJ Sessions Howe St Daylesford, 9pm till late

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Monday 12th ChillOut Recovery Brunch 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 10am-2pm Thursday 15th Dan Rolls 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8pm Friday 16th Eric Bibb 28 Hargraves St Castlemaine Adrian Deakin Solo Piano Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Moodswing Howe St Daylesford, 9pm till late Saturday 17th Ciderhouse String Band Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville Melbourne Food & Wine Festival - Tastings High St Trentham, 11am-5pm The Early Sessions Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Family Farm Howe St Daylesford, 9pm-late Briefcase Full Of Blues 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8:30pm Taylor Sheridan Band 236 Main Rd Hepburn, 9pm-late Sunday 18th Dirty Three – SOLD OUT 28 Hargraves St Castlemaine Myles White and Dave Palmer High St Trentham, 1pm Sunday ‘Funk’n Groove DJ Sessions Howe St Daylesford, 7pm till late Thursday 22nd Shades of Jazz Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville Dan Rolls 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8pm Friday 23rd Truly Madly Deeply Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville


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Gig Guide Adrian Deakin Solo Piano Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Victoriana Gaye Howe St Daylesford, 9pm till late Saturday 24th Mr Geoffrey Williams Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville The Early Sessions w Myles White Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Temple of Tunes Howe St Daylesford, 9pm-late Tatu Rei 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8:30pm Cam Kettle 236 Main Rd Hepburn, 9pm-late Sunday 25th Liz Frencham and The Peolple We Know Cnr High St and Main St Lyonville Eddi Reader Quartet 28 Hargraves St Castlemaine Bakehouse High St Trentham, 1pm Zelman Memorial Symphony Orchestra Vincent St Daylesford, 2pm Perfect Sunday w The Zaporehets 5 Howe St Daylesford, 4-6pm Tom Binns (UK Comedian) 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8pm Sunday ‘Funk’n Groove DJ Sessions Howe St Daylesford, 7pm till late Thursday 29th Dan Rolls 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8pm Friday 30th Adrian Deakin Solo Piano Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Louis & the Jump Jivers Howe St Daylesford, 9pm-late Saturday 31th The Early Sessions w Earl Leonard Howe St Daylesford, 6-8pm Kristina Olson 111 Main Rd Hepburn Springs, 8:30pm ST Jude CD launch Howe St Daylesford, 9pm-late 54

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Creswick

forests, fossicking, fibres & fromage

Cosy Creswick tucked up in a valley between volcanic hills is home to forestry and fossicking, alpacas and 1800s architecture, chocolate and cheese. Six good reasons right there to stay a while and enjoy everything Creswick has to offer.

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where Creswick is surrounded by forest and forestry. Just further north, mullock heaps dot the paddocks, a sign of when rivers of gold were exhumed to line wealthy pockets in town.


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Market Guide BALLAN FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 2nd Sat of month Mill Cottage 96 Inglis St Ballan

HOLISTIC LIFESTYLE SPRING FAIR Sat. & Sun. 10am – 4pm Daylesford Inn, 2891 Ballan Rd, Daylesford

BREAKFAST BAZAAR 113 - 115 Main Road, Hepburn Springs Last Saturday of the month from 9am

KYNETON FARMERS MARKET 8am-1pm, 2nd Sat of month St Pauls Park Piper St Kyneton

CASTLEMAINE ARTIST MARKET 10am-3pm, 1st Sun of the month (ex.Jan) The Theatre Royal, 30 Hargraves St

LANCEFIELD & DIST. FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 4th Sat of the month, (3rd Sat in Dec) High St Lancefield

CASTLEMAINE FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 1st Sun of the month Mostyn St Castlemaine

LANCEFIELD-ROMSEY LIONS CLUB MARKET 8am-2.30pm, 4th Sun of month (except Jan, Jun, Jul) Main St Romsey

CRESWICK COMMUNITY MARKET 9am-1pm 3rd Sat of the month 19-21 Victoria St Creswick

MALMSBURY VILLAGE MARKET 9am-3pm, 2nd Sun of month (Sept-May) Gardens, Calder Hwy Malmsbury

DAYLESFORD FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, first Sat of month Daylesford Primary School Vincent St

RIDDELLS CREEK FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 3rd Sat of month (exc. Dec) Riddells Creek Primary School

DAYLESFORD MAKERS MARKET 10am-3pm, first Sat of month Daylesford Town Hall, Vincent St

TALBOT FARMERS MARKET 9am-2pm, 3rd Sun of month Scandanavian Cres Talbot

DAYLESFORD SUNDAY MARKET 8am-4pm, every Sun Daylesford Railway Station Midland Hwy

TRENTHAM FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 3rd Saturday of the month A Lions Club Project, Trentham Town Square

GISBORNE OLDE TIME MARKET 9am-2pm, 1st Sun of month Hamilton & Aitken St Gisborne

TRENTHAM SUNDAY MARKET 9am-2pm, 4th Sun of month Main St Trentham

GISBORNE ALL SEASONS MARKET 9am-3pm, 1st Sun of month Brantome St Gisborne

WOODEND MARKET 9am-3pm, 3rd Sun of month High St Woodend

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Gallery Guide 0406 995 697 PARADISO ARTS 5348 6600 1089 Telegraph Road, Sailors Falls Designer, maker, Sculptural furniture

BENCHMARK COLLECTIVE 97A High St, Woodend Open Thu-Mon 11am-5pm

5475 1911 5427 1711 PENNY SCHOOL GALLERY 11 Church St, Maldon, Daily 11am–5pm Dinner Fri–Sun 6pm

CAN’T THINK STRAIGHT 41 Vincent St, Daylesford Open Thu-Mon 10am-5pm

5348 6695 PORTAL 108 5348 4353 108 Main Road, Heoburn Springs Open Wed-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun p/h 10am-4pm

CASTLEMAINE ART GALLERY 5472 2292 RED PEPPER GALLERY 14 Lyttleton St, Castlemaine 35 Vincent St. Daylesford Mon-Fri 10am-5pm Sat/Sun 12-5pm Open daily from 10am CECODE WORKROOM 2 /1 Camp St, Daylesford Open Fri-Mon 11am-5pm

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0419 606 986 STOCKROOM & WOLF AT THE DOOR 98 Piper St Kyneton 5422 3215 Thurs-Mon from 10:30am

CHRISTOWEL DESIGN GALLERY STONY CREEK GALLERY 10 Forest Ave, Hepburn Springs 0407 809 920 10 Stony Creek Rd, Daylesford Open daily Thurs-Sun from 10am

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CONVENT GALLERY 5348 3211 THE ARTIST’S MUSE Cnr. Hill & Daly St, Daylesford 32 High St. Trentham Daily 10am-5pm, Seven Galleries Open Fri, Sat & Sun from 11am

5424 1599

FALKNER GALLERY 35 Templeton St, Castlemaine, Thurs-Sun 11am-5pm

5470 5858 THE CLAY FIRE GALLERY 5348 3733 63 Vincent St, Daylesford Daily 10am-5pm, pottery, glassware,

JOHN TEMPLE GALLERY 0418 131 262 THE PANTECHNICON 5348 3500 72 Vincent St, Daylesford 34 Vincent St, Daylesford Panoramic photography specialist Thu–Mon 11am-5pm, warehouse gallery OVERWROUGHT 0403 675 170 THE WOODSHED GALLERY 5348 4050 61 Central Springs Rd, Daylesford 21a Raglan St. Daylesford Fri-Sun Garden art, furniture, gates Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10-5pm Sun 10-3pm

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ART YARRAMUNUA 76 Vincent St, Daylesford Open Thu-Sun 10am-5pm


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BARCALDINE HOUSE 238 Dairy Flat Rd, Musk Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm

5348 2741

GRANITE HILLS 1481 Burke & Wills Tk, Baynton 7 days 11am-5pm

5423 5227

BIG SHED WINES 5348 7825 1289 Malmsbury Rd, Glenlyon 7 days 10-6pm (10-7pm Summer)

HANGING ROCK WINERY 88 Jim Rd, Newham 7 days 10am-5pm

5427 0542

CAPTAINS CREEK Kangaroo Hills Rd Blampied Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm

HERBAL LORE LIQUEURS 5348 1920 Lot 2 Railway Crescent, Daylesford Friday to Monday 10am-5pm or by appoint.

5345 7408

CHANTERS RIDGE 0427 511 341 440 Chanters Ln, Tylden Saturday & Sunday by appointment

HORVAT’S CELLAR DOOR Shop 6 Howe St Daylesford Friday - Tuesday 12-5pm

0429 585 129

COBAW RIDGE 5423 5227 31 Perc Boyers Ln, East Pastoria MonThuFri 10am-5pm, Sat-Sun 12-5.30pm

KYNETON RIDGE 90 Blackhill School Rd, Kyneton Saturday & Sunday 10am-6pm

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CURLY FLAT 263 Collivers Rd, Lancefield Saturday & Sunday 1-5pm

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PASSING CLOUDS 30 Roddas Ln Musk 7 days 11am-5pm

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ELLENDER ESTATE 260 Green Gully Rd, Glenlyon Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm

5348 7785

PARAMOOR 439 Three Chain Rd, Carlsruhe 7 days 10am-5pm

5427 1057

FONTANELLA WINE & VINEYARD 5348 7908 1225 Malmsbury Rd Glenlyon Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm

ROWANSTON ON THE TRACK 5425 5492 2710 Burke & Wills Track, Glenhope 7 days 10am–5pm

GISBORNE PEAK WINERY 69 Short Rd, Gisborne South 7 days 11am-5pm

SAILORS FALLS ESTATE 1073 Telegraph Rd, Sailors Falls Saturday & Sunday 11am–5pm

5428 2228

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ZIG ZAG RD 5423 9390 201 Zig Zag Rd, Drummond North Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm


AMERICAN HOTEL 90 Albert St. Creswick L&D Daily, bistro & pub meals

5345 2510

COFFEE BASICS 5470 6270 1 Halford St. Castlemaine B&L Mon-Fri, Castlemaine’s own roastery & euro style cafe

ANSHUMANN DA DHABA 74 Vincent St. Daylesford L&D Daily, fine dining Tandoori cuisine

5348 2982

COLLIBAN FOODSTORE & REST. 5424 1774 18 Market St. Trentham B Sat-Sun / L Fri-Mon / D Fri-Sat contemporary & seasonal fresh produce

BOATHOUSE CAFE Lake Daylesford B&L daily, restaurant food, boat hire

5348 1387

CONVENT GALLERY 5348 3211 Cnr Hill & Daly St. Daylesford B Fri-Sun / L Fri-Mon hearty fare in the bad habits cafe

BOCCONCINI DELICATESSEN CAFE 5348 4555 59-61 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily, European style deli & providores

THE COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL 5424 1516 Cnr High St. & Cosmo Rd. Trentham D Thurs L&D Fri-Sun, upmarket meals in historic gardens/stables

BOWLS BISTRO 10 Camp St. Daylesford, L Fri-Sun/D Tue-Sat, homestyle & modern bistro

COSY CORNER 5348 2576 3 Tenth St. Hepburn Springs B 8am Sat-Sun / L&D Thur-Tues traditional & modern cuisine & curry night

5348 3499

BREAKFAST & BEER 5348 1778 117 Vincent St Daylesford B,L&D Tues-Sun craft brews, coffee & regional Aus cuisine

DAYLESFORD HOTEL 2 Burke Sq, Daylesford daily pub meals

5348 2335

CAFE 33 33 Fraser St Clunes daily cafe meals

DAYLESFORD HOUSE CAFÉ 105 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L Wed-Mon European style food

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5345 3775

CAFÉ ON THE EDGE 5348 4332 105 Central Springs Rd. Daylesford daily cafe meals

DU FERMIER n/a 42 High Street Trentham B&L Wed-Mon French style farmhouse cafe/provedore

CLIFFY’S EMPORIUM 5348 3279 30 Raglan St. Daylesford, B&L daily fine produce in historic deli/cafe

EGO’S CULINARIA 10 Howe St, Daylesford B&L, Thur-Mon coffee, high tea, cakes

COCOA CHY 84 Albert St. Creswick L daily chocolate and pastries

ELLENDER ESTATE 5348 7785 260 Green Gully Rd. Glenlyon L Sat-Sun wood fired pizza in winery garden

5345 1150

5348 4001

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EMPORIUM ON PIPER 89 Piper St. Kyneton B&L daily light meals, coffee and cakes

5422 6611

GUILDFORD HOTEL Midland Hwy. Guildford L Sun / D Fri-Sat pub fare pizza, pub and curry nights

5473 4215

EUROPEAN SAUSAGE BAR 0433 739 788 121 Vincent St. Daylesford Fri-Mon bratwurst, chorizo & juice bar

HARVEST 383 Restaurant 5345 9600 1500 Midlands Hwy. Creswick L&D daily - Novotel Forest Resort contemporary Australian cuisine

THE FARMERS ARMS HOTEL 1 East St. Daylesford D Wed-Sun, Bar L&D daily modern Australian

5348 2091

HARVEST CAFE 29 Albert St. Daylesford B&L Mon-Sun vegan & gluten free foods

FOOD GALLERY 77 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily cafe style food

5348 1677

HEPBURN GENERAL STORE 5348 2764 102-104 Main Rd. Hepburn B&L daily hot food, sandwiches & provisions

FRANGOS & FRANGOS 82 Vincent St. Daylesford L Fri-Sun B&D Sat-Sun licensed Mediterranean cuisine

5348 2363

HEPBURN PAVILION CAFÉ 5348 1900 Mineral Springs Reserve Rd. Hepburn Springs B&L daily, speciality - morning & afternoon tea

GARDENS OF ST ERTH Simmons Reef Rd. Blackwood L Fri-Sun cafe in garden setting

5368 6514

HIMALAYA BAKERY 73 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L Wed-Mon organic, vegetarian and vegan

5348 1267

GLENLYON GENERAL STORE 63 Barkly St. Glenlyon B&L Daily Quirky cafe, corner store

5348 7922

HOLGATE BREWHOUSE 79 High St, Woodend L Tues-Sun D daily pub meal in brewhouse

5427 2510

GOURMET LARDER DELI 57a Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily, D Wed-Sat licensed exotic deli fare

5348 4700

HORVAT’S WINE BAR 5348 2333 Shop 6 Howe st. Daylesford D Fri-Sun, wines, music & homemade pizzas

GRACENOTES CAFE 1/123 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily / D Thurs-Sun Australian cuisine

5348 4946

HOT CHOCOLATE CAFE 5476 4208 5451 Midland Hyw. Mt Franklin Tues-Sun hot choc, coffee, teas and milkshakes

THE GRILL AT TYLDEN 5424 8119 43 Trentham Rd. Tylden L&D Wed-Sun wine bar serving food from the grill 60

INNER BISCUIT 34 Piper St. Kyneton B&L Mon, Thurs-Sun organic patisserie and cafe

5348 4022

5422 1129


INNSPIRED @ DAYLESFORD INN 5348 2554 158 Ballan Rd. Daylesford L daily D Wed-Sat local contemporary Australian

MERCATO @ DAYLESFORD 32 Raglan St. Daylesford L Sat-Sun / D Thurs-Tues regional, seasonal fine dining

5348 4488

JASMINE THAI 114 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs D Wed-Mon authentic Thai cuisine

MODERN DAY BAKERY 69-71 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily bakery and cafe

5348 2714

KAZUKI’S AT THE RAGLAN 5348 1218 1 Camp St. Daylesford L Fri-Mon / D Thurs-Tue Japanese inspired dining room, bar, courtyard

MUFFY’S 28 Albert St. daylesford B&L daily, muffins, pies and snacks

5348 3711

KOUKLA 82 Vincent St. Daylesford B, L & D daily cafe with wood fire pizza oven

5348 2363

NATIONAL HOTEL 35 Fraser St. Clunes D daily country style pub meals

5345 3205

LADLE FOODSTORE 30 Piper St. Kyneton B&L Daily gourmet foodstuffs

5422 2430

OHARA’S BAKERY AND CAFE 24 Fraser St. Clunes B&L Daily pastry and cafe food

5345 3700

LAKE HOUSE RESTAURANT 5348 3329 King St. Daylesford L&D daily local, seasonal modern fine dining

OLD HEPBURN HOTEL 236 Main Rd. Hepburn L Wed-Sun / D daily generous pub meals

5348 2207

LAVANDULA SWISS ITALIAN FARM 5476 4393 350 Hepburn-Newstead Rd. Shepherds Flat L Sat-Sun Mediterranean fare

PERFECT DROP WINE & FOOD LOUNGE 5 Howe St. Daylesford 5348 3373 L Sat-Sun / D daily casual dining, serious flavours, local produce

LEMON TREE CAFE 86 Albert St. Creswick B&L Daily hearty meals

5345 1120

PIZZERIA LA LUNA 5348 4123 24 Albert St. Daylesford D Thurs-Mon, gourmet and traditional pizza, take away. delivery (fri & sat nights)

LITTLE SWALLOW CAFE 58a Piper St. Kyneton B&L Wed-Mon modern Australian

5422 6241

PUBLIC INN 5472 3568 Barker & Mostyn Sts. Castlemaine L&D daily modern Australian upmarket pub meals

LUCINI’S HISTORIC PASTA CAFE 5348 4345 64 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs L Fri-Mon / D Fri-Sun Italian meals in macaroni factory

RADIO SPRINGS HOTEL 5348 5562 Cnr High St. & Main St. D Thurs-Fri L&D Sat-Sun Contemporary Italian pub meals

5348 1163

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Restaurant/Cafe Guide REDBEARD HISTORIC BAKERY Old Bakery Lane. Trentham B&L daily organic bakery and cafe

5424 1002

THE CONSERVATORY 5348 2202 (at Peppers) 124 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs B, L daily Relaxed casual dining

RED STAR CAFE 115 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs B&L daily / D Fri-Sat relaxed, contemporary dining

5348 2297

THE ELECTRIC SITAR 5348 1676 4/27 Albert St. Daylesford D Wed-Sun / L Fri north, south indian cuisine. limited seats

ROYAL HOTEL & CAFE NOSH 5348 2205 Cnr Vincent & Albert Daylesford L&D daily hearty pub fare and snacks

THE GOOD TABLE 5472 4400 233 Barker Street, Castlemaine L&D Thu-Sun local, seasonal, fine dining

RUBENS 5348 2843 70 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs L&D 7 days Mediterranean cuisine & take-away

THE PALAIS 5348 4849 111 Main Rd, Hepburn Springs D Thu-Tues traditional woodfired pizza & pub meals

SAULT 2349 Ballan-Daylesford Rd. L Fri-Sun / D Wed-Sun modern Australian cuisine

5348 6555

EMPYRE BOUTIQUE HOTEL 68 Mostyn St, Castlemaine L&D Wed-Sun fine dining gold rush hotel

5472 5166

SAVOIA HOTEL 5348 2314 69 main rd. Hepburn Springs L Tue-Sun / D daily bar snacks, bistro meals, seafood

TOGS 58 Lyttleton St. Castlemaine B&L daily cafe food on rooftop garden

5470 5090

SMOKEYTOWN CAFE 77 Albert St. Creswick L Daily / D Fri-Sat, country comfort meals

TUKI RESTAURANT Stoney Rises Smeaton L daily ultra fresh trout specialists

5345 6233

5345 1557

SWEET DECADENCE AT LOCANTRO 87 Vincent St. Daylesford 5348 3202 B&L daily chocolates, sweets and cakes

WATER GARDEN 5348 3592 111a Vincent St. Daylesford L daily/D daily Sat-Sun - Yum Cha traditional Chinese

TANGLES AT THE MAZE 5345 2847 Cnr Midlands & Smokeytown Rd. Creswick L daily D Fri CafĂŠ at the Maze & Mini Golf

WILD BIRCH DINING ROOM 5348 2202 (at Peppers) 124 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs D daily Mediterranean, Contemporary dining

THEATRE ROYAL 5472 1196 30 Hargraves St. Castemaine L&D daily traditional italian pizza & atomica coffee

WOMBAT HILL HOUSE Central Springs Rd. Daylesford B&L Thurs-Mon Cafe, Store & vegetable garden

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ABANDON STRESS MASSAGE 0401 369 743 mobile, 7 days abandonstress.com.au

OM REIKI CENTRE 5348 1864 42 Tipperary Springs Rd, Daylesford om-reiki.com.au

ACQUA VIVA DAY SPA 5 Tenth St, Hepburn Springs, dayspa.com.au

OMADA DAY SPA 5348 4499 106a Main Rd, Hepburn Springs omada-dayspa.com.au

5348 2111

BODY ISLE DAY SPA 5348 3498 10-16 Forest Ave, Hepburn Springs, thebodyisle.com.au

PEPPERMINT SPRINGS SPA 4488 Trentham Rd, peppermintsprings.net.au

5348 5718

DAYLESFORD HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 24 Raglan St, Daylesford dhphealth.info

QUEENSBERRY STUDIO 23 Queensberry St, Daylesford queensberrystudio.com.au

5348 3653

DAYLESFORD DAY SPA 25 Albert St, Daylesford, daylesforddayspa.com.au

REDSPA SANCTUARY 0422 130 569 studio 20, 37-39 East St, Daylesford redspasanctuary.com

5348 2331

ENDOTA DAYLESFORD 5348 1169 cnr Vincent St &Central Springs Rd, endota.com.au

SALUS SPA AT LAKE HOUSE King St, Daylesford, lakehouse.com.au

5348 3329

HEPBURN BATHHOUSE & SPA 5321 6000 Mineral Springs Reserve Rd, Hepburn Springs hepburnbathhouse.com

SAMADHI RETREAT & SPA 6/57 Vincent St, Daylesford samadhiretreat.com.au

5348 7926

INN TOUCH DAY SPA 2891 Ballan Rd, Daylesford daylesfordinn.com

5348 2774

SATYANANDA YOGA 5345 7434 393 Dean Barkstead Rd, Rocklyn satyananda.net

MINERAL SPA @ PEPPERS 124 Main Rd, Hepburn Springs, mineralspa.com.au

5348 2100

SHIZUKA RYOKAN 5348 2030 7 Lakeside Drive, Hepburn Springs shizuka.com.au

NALINI RETREAT 0417 783 087 1st Floor, 57 Vincent St, Daylesford naliniretreat.com.au

SPECIALIST MASSAGE GROUP 1800 226 935 mobile, 7 days spmassagebeauty.com.au

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Essential services TAXI SERVICE Daylesford 5348 1111 / 5348 3333 AMBULANCE/FIRE 000 POLICE DAYLESFORD 5348 2342 STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE 132 500 SECURITY Central Highlands Security 0407 881 918 DENTISTS 13 Hospital St Daylesford 5348 2523 54a Hargraves St Castlemaine 5472 3437 21 Lyttleton St Castlemaine 5472 1377 MEDICAL CENTRES 10 Hospital Street 5348 2227 Mon, Wed 8.30am - 7.30pm Tue, Thu, Fri 9am - 6pm Sat 9am - 12 A/H EMERGENCY GP CLINIC 5348 2371 PHARMACY 39 Vincent St, Daylesford 5348 2301 Mon to Fri 9–6pm Sat 9–4pm, Sun 10–1pm HOSPITALS Hospital St Daylesford 5348 2371 VETERINARY PRACTICES 77 Raglan St Daylesford 5348 1088 86 Main Rd Hepburn 5348 4851

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WILDLIFE LINE 1300 094 535 INTERNET ACCESS Hepburn Hub at Neighbourhood House 13 Camp St Daylesford 5348 3569 9am–5pm Monday–Friday REGIONAL VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE 98 Vincent St Daylesford 5321 6123 POST OFFICES Daylesford – 86 Vincent St Hepburn Springs – 108 Main Rd VIDEO LIBRARIES Videoland 8/11 Howe St Daylesford 5348 1196 ATMS Commonwealth Bank 39–40 Vincent Street Daylesford ANZ Bank 52 Vincent Street Daylesford Bendigo Bank (Newsagency) 45 Vincent Street SUPERMARKETS Coles Supermarket Albert Street Daylesford 7am –10pm Mon – Sun IGA Daylesford 26 Vincent Street POOL TABLES Savoia Hotel 69 Main Rd Hepburn Daylesford RSL Vincent St Daylesford Old Hepburn 236 Main Rd Hepburn


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Daylesford Mill Market Tel: 5348 4332 105 Central Springs Rd & The Rex Arcade, Vincent St


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