Sunday House is in the heart ofMaldon’s historic township - Just 140kms northwest of Melbourne in the heart of the Victorian Goldfields. A well kept secret Maldon was declared ‘Australia’s First Notable Town’ - and is only a hop skip and jump to the food and wine regions of Castlemaine, Bendigo, Daylesford, Kyneton and Taradale.

Explore the historic streetscapes of Maldon, admiring the gold rush era architecture or browse through a huge selection of boutique stores, eclectic antiques, collectables and vintage pieces or take home a piece of quality local art, jewellery or fashion.

Maldon is well known for its local attractions such as Maldon Vintage Machinery Museum.

Sample seasonal produce in one of the many cafes or head into the Kangaroo Hotel (just 3 minutes walk away) for some great food and live music - or head out to one of the regions famous wineries or cider mills:

If you are lucky enough to be in town on the second Sunday of the month, don’t miss the Maldon Market, where you will find food, wine, music, art and more in a relaxed setting.

Be sure to take a ride on the historic Victorian Goldfields Railway steam train and enjoy a glass of local wine, while watching the world go by.

If you’re an art lover, be sure to visit Maldon’s Cascade Art, set in a stunning 1863 former Gothic Revival Church. Maldon’s township and surrounding forests abound with remnants of the goldrush’s mining past, with beautiful seasonal wildflowers and comfortable historic and scenic walking trails.

Maldon is a town, which is proud of its history, architecture and community... You will find a story around every corner and a local willing to share it with you. Maldon’s and its many local characters will have you coming back again and again.



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