Bannockburn Sluicings

If you like unusual landscapes the Bannockburn SluicingsĀ near Cromwell are a rugged collection of cliffs, pinnacles, caves and gullies created by goldĀ sluicing. At Stewart Town you’ll see the remains of a stone house, and an old orchard planted in the early 1900’s that still produces fruit.

Take water and wear sturdy shoes, rabbits will keep you company as you walk the tracks through the ‘badlands’. (Allow two hours, walk information is included in the Walk Cromwell brochure along with Bendigo).

Remains of a stone house and orchard at Stewart Town ………… Read the rest