Malmsbury Botanic Gardens Website



If you have an interest in the Malmsbury Botanical Gardens, visit the Gardens website, created by Roger Cousens with assistance from Malmsbury Historical Society, Peter Jones (Macedon Ranges Shire) and students from the Burnley Campus of the University of Melbourne.

Visiting Malmsbury?

Planning a trip to Malmsbury? The following links will give you a taste of what to see and do once you are here.

Malmsbury Bakery Website



A favourite with travellers for over 20 years, the Malmsbury Bakery is a great place for modern day visitors to stop for a break and enjoy some quality food and service. Eat at the bakery (inside or in the adjoining court yard) or head down to the gardens for a picnic.

If you are planning a public or private meeting or event and are looking for a venue, Malmsbury has two venues that may be of interest:

Malmsbury Mechanics Institute

Located at 71 Mollison Street, amongst the shops

Contact: Malmsbury Historical Society on 0400 620 026 or via our email

Malmsbury Town Hall

Located in Mollison Street and adjoins the Botanical Gardens (photo at right).

Contact: Sue Love on 0408 336 352

Or visit the Town Hall website:

Malmsbury Historical Society Inc.

We Serve To Preserve.

Local Accommodation:

Malmsbury Village Fayre



Held once a year in mid-November, this event is for anyone who wants to taste local gourmet food and wine, enjoy great entertainment, have a picnic in the gardens or maybe do some Christmas shopping.

Visitors can travel by car or by train on the Bendigo line. See VLine's website for further travel information. (

Malmsbury Hotel

Located in the main street, Malmsbury Hotel/Motel provides both accommodation and food and is ideal if you are attending a function in town and need a central place to stay. The facilities have recently been renovated and it is under new management with an emphasis on good service.

Contact: 85 Mollison St Malmsbury, (03) 5423 2322

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Malmsbury Town Hall - designed by Henry Archdall of Taradale and built from local bluestone in 1867, it was officially opened in 1868 before completion. The original fašade was replaced after WWII due to structural faults.

[Photo: Susan Walter, 2008]

[Photo: Susan Walter 2011]

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