This tour is for those who are keen to a view a number of sites of significance from a historic perspective.
Located out the side of the museum is a large pump that was used to pump water from the river for the townspeople.
Discover Murchisons bygone era with images of the old streetscape, pub and paddle steamers. The boardwalk provides an impressive view of the Goulburn River.
Signage marks the location of the protective that operated from 1840-1853. This is one of only four stations established in the then colony of Port Phillip.
Roderick Square was the original proposed river crossing point however, the river crossing was constructed in Robinson Street in 1871
Grave of King Charles Tattambo, 1866, a local Aboriginal who was buried here as his dying wish was to buried in a box like a white man. The Ossario hold the remains of a number of Italians from WWII
Home to a selection of delectable indulgences.