The Moorabool Shire

To view a Travel Victoria slide show of sights around Bacchus Marsh – click here.

Visit Bacchus Marsh is a great site for tourist information.

For detailed shire information click here


At 2:45pm on August 10, 1918 at the sound of a Military Bugle, 281 elm trees were planted by the townspeople, to commemorate those who served in the First World War, each tree had a small plaque affixed with the name of one who served.

The Avenue of Honour which acts as a Gateway to the historic town of Bacchus Marsh is now world famous, as it is the last remaining Avenue of Dutch Elms in the world.