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Well worth a look if you are into old historical sites of significance.
Easy walk from car park , wander around the old machinery ruins and sandstone cottages makes for an interesting trip back in time of days long gone.
We met a Parks Ranger...More
interesting site. originally a site that employed 100 workers its now just a memory. the sandstone from this site was used firstly in stawell and than in melbourne. buildings that used material from here include the state parliament, regent theatre, state library etc. interesting site...More
With a little way to walk, Heatherlie Quarry is a fascinating historical site to visit in the Grampians. There are still plenty of relics visible and it is possible for Melbournians to see where stones for their city buildings have come from.
A fascinating place for historians and naturalists to visit. The quarry supplied high quality sandstone for some of the State's significant buildings including Parliament House, the Town Hall and the State Library. It remains today as the most complete illustration of quarrying methods for cut...More