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Malmsbury Viaduct

Malmsbury, Victoria 3446, Australia
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A real surprise close to the main road

I've been here twice in the last couple of months, and both times the weather has been terrible... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2017
chookiegirl1
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Gippsland, Australia
Wow

Amazing...... Take the time to walk to the base of the Viaduct/Aquaduct and look up. The... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2017
MASK_3551
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Bendigo, Australia
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Malmsbury, Victoria 3446, Australia
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Reviewed 14 September 2017

I've been here twice in the last couple of months, and both times the weather has been terrible. However, its worth braving the wind and rain to marvel at the workmanship of this Nineteenth Century bluestone Viaduct. Take the camera and wide lens, stand underneath...More

Thank chookiegirl1
Reviewed 3 September 2017

Amazing...... Take the time to walk to the base of the Viaduct/Aquaduct and look up. The stonemason work is impeccable. 600 men took 1 year to build this structure. It is an amazing piece of engineering. There is an explanation available of the structure on...More

Thank MASK_3551
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

I am so glad we finally linger a bit longer than just coffee this trip after all these years! The Malmsbury Botanical garden and viaduct are just so scenic ! The viaduct still stands tall and beautiful since 1860! What a heritage treasure and attraction!!...More

Thank Mei Y
Reviewed 11 June 2017

The viaduct forms part of the Bendigo to Melbourne rail line. There is an informative interpretive board at the rear of the Malmsbury Botanic Gardens which describes the history of the viaduct, the architect and engineer. A stunning structure that is surviving the test of...More

Thank Lynne M
Reviewed 15 May 2017

Just a few minutes off the Calder Highway is the cute little town of Malmsbury where you will find a nice park and this lovely bridge. Five more minutes down the road you will also find Taradale which has a different style viaduct. An excellent...More

Thank Sharon D
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

Good spot for photos and nice gardens. Can also walk down a nearby track to get a closer view of the viaduct.

Thank SPT750
Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

It is only a short walk though a field of pine needles to see the viaduct. We got much closer than I expected. It is worth the stop if you have never seen a viaduct before.

Thank MarjofromBrissie
Reviewed 2 January 2017

It was the viaduct that brought me here. then I visited the gardens and the shops, but beware that they are closed some days during the week.

Thank platypus150
Reviewed 18 December 2016 via mobile

The sign there was a bit bent, but you park and walk through the gardens to see the bridge. It's quite amazing old Victorian architecture. The park itself had interesting pick faced parrots.

Thank Jay P
Reviewed 14 September 2016 via mobile

Definitely worth a visit. Lovely gardens to enjoy nearby with lovely views of the viaduct and a pleasant walk along the small country towns Main Street adds interest to your visit. So take the time to detour off the freeway, stop and enjoy the sights!!

Thank Ktoull
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