The Heritage Walk winds from the back of the old court house towards the bluestone bridge, the path flanked by trees and plaques commemorating local people and organisations. Click here to learn more.
Built in 1870, the court house in Forest Street was the second to be erected in Woodend. It was used for criminal cases until 1964 and for coroner's court hearings until the 1970s. Now it's our Local and Family History Resource Centre.
Do you have family links to the district or a personal story about life here? Do you have documents or photographs relating to the area? We'd love to hear from you. Click here to contact us.
Join our friendly group
The Heritage Walk winds from the back of the old court house towards the bluestone bridge, the path flanked by trees and plaques commemorating people and organisations with a connection to the district. Every autumn we dedicate new plaques.
Every Wednesday, from February to November, you'll find us here:
The Old Court House
Victoria 3442 Opening hours (Wed): 10am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-4pm.