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Skidmore Street, Beechworth, Victoria Australia
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Not So Flat Stanley - Half Day Beechworth Gravel Cycling Tour
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Not So Flat Stanley - Half Day Beechworth Gravel Cycling Tour

This half day guided tour is a great introduction to the gravel terrain, landscapes and food producers between Beechworth and Stanley. It’s an extended version of our self-guided Fruit and Nut day ride and begins with a punchy little climb up to the fascinating Mayday Hills Asylum before following the Old Stanley Road into Stanley village. After an optional climb up to Murmungee Lookout (worth it) we’ll stop for morning tea, then head through native bushland and pine plantations before ending the ride with a smooth tarmac descent back into town, where pizza and beer awaits.
US$129.67 per adult
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andrewtmuir wrote a review Aug 2019
South Perth, Australia31 contributions5 helpful votes
Beechworth has some excelent local flavour museums to visit. A lot of information and memorabilia on Ned Kelly and Robert O'Hara Burke. The Bridge Road Brewery is a good place to sample some great locally made beers and have a wood fired pizza. There are plenty of other eating houses which seem very popular in addition to a good choice of country pubs. There are also a number of cellar doors showcasing the local wines industry. Add to this a good variety of specialty shops and Beechworth is well worth visiting. There is plenty of accomodation to most requirements.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Rick M wrote a review Jul 2019
Wellington, New Zealand1,275 contributions199 helpful votes
The old magazine was built in 1860 on the outskirts of town, and is worth stopping on the Gorge Road circuit. You need a special key to get inside the magazine itself, which is the building inside the heavy surrounding walls, but it's still a very interesting site to visit if you don't go inside. Nicely restored by the National Trust.
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Date of experience: March 2019
MASK_3551 wrote a review Sep 2018
Bendigo, Australia419 contributions235 helpful votes
Wasn’t aware you needed to pre purchase a ticket to enter the powder magazine. Couldn’t be bothered going back to town so we gave it a miss. Had a short walk around the outside, nice old building.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Buncs wrote a review Jul 2018
Melbourne, Australia17 contributions4 helpful votes
The gorge trip is an excellent scenic drive through quite a unique area with a stop at the powder magazine worth the few moments it takes
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Date of experience: July 2018
Chris B wrote a review Apr 2018
Mansfield, Australia56 contributions23 helpful votes
You need to purchase a slide in key card from the information centre, but when we went in April no light show or sound show was going, they said the weather had done something to the electrics and they were waiting to get it fixed, so needed a torch to see anything. wouldnt waste the money to go inside at the moment
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Date of experience: April 2018
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