AHF eventWelcome to the Australian Heritage FestivalThe heritage of South Gisborne, Couangalt and Cabbage Tree

The heritage of South Gisborne, Couangalt and Cabbage Tree

A free bus tour of the first European settlement sites in the north of Melton. The tour visits the settlements of Couangalt, Cabbage Tree and South Gisborne, dropping into the Gisborne Historical society to look at their archives. A morning tea stop over included at historic Bundaleer Homestead.

Event date

Event Details

232 High Street, Melton, Victoria

Bus leaves from Civic Centre Car Park.


9.30am to 12.30pm

Entry fees:
Prebooking requiredhttp://www.melton.vic.gov.au/Heritage-Weekcitysupport@melton.vic.gov.au03 9747 7200
Attendance limit:
50 - 100
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Please note there will be some walking over uneven ground and entry and exit from a bus.

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