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"A Living History"
Set amongst majestic eucalypts, Creswick's broad, elegantly curved main street is studded with buildings that owe their existence to the region's common benefactor – gold.
A stroll down the main street will reveal a number of historic buildings including the old Masonic Lodge, State Savings Bank, Creswick Library, Post Office and the Creswick Museum/Town Hall.
Noted artist Norman Lindsay was born in Creswick. An exhibition of Lindsay family paintings is frequently on display at the Creswick Museum along with paintings from other artists including historic artworks relating to Creswick's past.
Take in the wonderful surrounding forests with a stroll along the Goldfields Track. Tour the Creswick Regional Park, or enjoy a stroll and picnic on the shores of scenic St George's Lake, home to waterbirds and the elusive platypus. Take in a round of golf at the newly designed course at the RACV Goldfields Resort or get yourself lost in the Tangled Maze, created from hundreds of flowering plants