See what Elmore has to offer
Situated on the banks of the Campaspe River the township of Elmore is rich with unique built and natural spaces to see and explore.
Elmore Railway Station Overhead Bridge
The overhead bridge was opened on 16/06/1928 and cost £454 to build. The overhead bridge was removed on 24/11/1980 and sold to the Elmore Progress Association. The bridge is now used to link Campaspe Run and the Elmore Progress Association Museum in the station buildings.
Elmore Railway Station Water Tower
The railway water tower was built in 1870 from locally made bricks. Water was pumped from the Campaspe River to the water tower to supply water for steam trains. The building was donated to the Elmore Progress Association in 1972 and is the current headquarters for the EPA News. http://vhd.heritagecouncil.vic.gov.au/places/424
Elmore Recreation Reserve Play Space
Elmore-Raywood Road, Elmore VIC 3558 Situated between the Swimming pool and Caravan Park, this fenced play space has swings, slide and picnic table under shady trees.
Elmore Skate Park
Situated within the Elmore Recreation Reserve, this skate park has a quarter pipe, rails and fun boxes. Use only permitted by inline skates and skateboards during daylight hours. 12 Elmore-Raywood Road, Elmore VIC 3558
Elmore Swimming Pool
1 Elmore-Raywood Road, Elmore VIC 3558 Built in 1959, the Elmore Swimming Pool remains a much loved destination for locals and visitors during the hot summer months.
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Keepers of the history of Elmore, dating from about 1864, the EPA Museum is run by a team of dedicated volunteers.
Open when the flags are out.
Railway Station Building, Railway Place, Elmore VIC 3558
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Michie Street Play Space
This City of Greater Bendigo maintained play space is very well appointed with ample shade, formal and natural play equipment, picnic tables and a drinking fountain. Only a short walk to the main shopping strip and public toilets.
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