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 many of these historic building such as the old Masonic Lodge, State Savings Bank, Post Office, and the Creswick Museum/Town Hall. Creswick has three primary schools: along with many exciting attractions such as, The Creswick Bazaar, The Creswick Market, The Creswick Woollen Mills and The Creswick Museum. Noted artists Norman, Daryl, Lionel, Percy, and Ruby Lindsay, were all born in Creswick. Lindsay family paintings are 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. Enjoy a round of golf at the RACV Goldfields Resort (a 18 hole, par 72 course), play bowls or watch the local football team who play in the Central Highlands Football League. Public transport is available to and from Creswick via buses and the V/Line train service. Creswick is located 18km north of Ballarat, 90 minutes’ drive north-west of Melbourne CBD and approx. 25 minutes from Daylesford.

  • Education

    • Creswick North Primary School
  • Parks

    • Creswick Regional Park
  • Recreation

    • Calembeen Park
    • Creswick Farmers Market
    • Doug Lindsay Reserve
    • St Georges Lake