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Just a short drive from Nagambie, Murchison is known as the "River Bank Garden Town" and is full of character and charm. Located on the banks of the Goulburn River, the serenity and friendliness is a pleasure to experience.
Gold was discovered in the area in 1853 and the township, named after Captain John Murchison, was established in 1854. From the old township and cemetery you get a real understanding of life during the gold rush.



News Alert

Watch this space for more information on the upgrade to the Murchison Heritage Centre and the Murchison Box Ironbark Rail Trail - projects funded through Regional Develoment Victoria and the Community Plan Implementation budget from the Greater Shepparton City Council. 

Murchison Community Plan Update

Check out the Murchison and District Community Plan

Has anyone noticed that we now have an ATM at the Gladstone Hotel?The company supplying it are prepared to give it a 3 month trial.The ATM is available during normal pub trading hours.Let’s make it a viable proposition and keep it in Dookie! 

For further information please contact Tim Linton on tlinton@bruck.com.au or telephone: 03 57231132
Monday 10th November - 7.30pm
Front Meeting Room 
Murchison Community Centre
Watson St, Murchison
A General Meeting will be held at the conclusion of the Annual Meeting
For more information ring Karen Winter on 58262751 or 0405350925 or like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/MurchisonActionGroup
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