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Castlemaine is an administrative and economic centre of the Shire of Mount Alexander. It is a small city in Australia. It is situated in the goldfields of Victoria, which is 40 km away from Bendigo and 120 kilometres away from Melbourn. The population of the city is about 6,797 people. It was established in 1851 when gold was discovered at Specimen Gully. It was known as the Castlemaine suburb of Barker’s Creek. Christopher Thomas Peters discovered gold. He was a hut-keeper and shepherd on the Barker’s Creek who worked with Dr William Barker at Mount Alexander. A small village was developed at Chewton, a suburb of Castlemaine. On 28th January 1852, William Henry Wright was appointed as Territorial Magistrates for Victoria. He controlled the Mount Alexander diggings and set up a government camp on Forest Street, at the junction of Barker and Forest Creeks. In the beginning, Castlemaine was named by Captain W. Wright who was chief goldfield commissioner. He declared it in the honour of his uncle Viscount Castlemaine. On 4th December 1965, Castlemaine was declared a city.

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Things to do and see in Castlemaine

Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum

Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum was established in 1913. The museum has a huge collection of Australian art works. The museum building was developed many times. It was extended and reconstructed most recently in 2000. Federal government paid $2M for the reconstruction. Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum is controlled and managed by the Australian Government. There is a committee for managing Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum. All members of the committee are elected by subscribers. State and local government monitors the activities of the museum. The gallery of the museum is open from Monday to Friday at 10 am to 5 pm. The gallery of the museum will remain close for Saturday, Sunday and other government holidays.

Victorian Goldfields Railway

The Victorian Goldfields Railway is part of the old network that served rural Victoria between 1880 and 1970 that enabled local produce and minerals to be transported. Volunteers worked to bring the old railway back into use as a tourist attraction.

Buda historic home and garden

Buda historic home and garden is an authentic house from the era of gold mining in Castlemaine. The Leviny family home for over a century; the house is home to a collection of significant artwork. Its nursery is open daily to purchase a variety of plants and you can visit the tranquil and extensive gardens.