Visit one of the oldest towns in Victoria, and discover the old charm and natural attractions of this beautiful part of the Victoria.
Scattered throughout the township of Meredith are information plaques detailing the history of each site. This is a fantastic way of learning about the history of our town. A handbook recognising the history of Meredith, is available for sale at many locations within the town and via this website.
The park was established in 1988 on existing swamp lands, to celebrate the Australian bicentenary. The park contains a large playground, free BBQ and a rotunda - all set in a natural bush setting, surrounded by 'special' trees planted by the residents of Meredith.
The Path of the Ibis
In 1999 as part of the Golden Plains Shire Community Arts Project, funding was received to create an artwork in Meredith. School children and community people helped make tiles featuring local wildlife within an 'Ibis' themed structure. Enjoy a pleasant walk on the path, along the Coolebarghurk Creek and observe the wild life and this amazing artwork.
Featuring an oval and tennis courts, the reserve is home to the 'Moorabool Valley Crocs' football club, the Meredith Cricket Club and the Meredith Tennis Club. The oval and tennis courts are open to the public.
The Meredith Golf Club features an 18 hole course with 'sandscrape' greens. The course is open to the public 7 days a week.
Whether is be fine dining, take away food, giftware or gardening. Meredith has a range of shops and businesses to meet your needs.
Visit the 'business directory' for more information.