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Albion Hotel Motel

Albion Hotel Motel Accommodation Constructed in 1865 by Robert GRANT and his younger brother, George.

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25 Henty St
Casterton
Victoria 3311
Phone:
03 5581 2287
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Casterton Hotel

Casterton Hotel Now a Bed'n'Breakfast, owned by Ivan "Mickey" Murrell

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101 Henty St
Casterton
Victoria 3311
Phone:
03 5581 1122
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Glenelg Inn Hotel Motel

Glenelg Inn Hotel Motel Currently owned by Publicans: Troy and Prue Robbins Accommodation We offer our guests a range of quality affordable accommodation with 8 newly re-furbished ground floor units. Our contemporary style motel units are...

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2 Henty St
Casterton
Victoria 3311
Phone:
03 5581 1988
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Former Railway Hotel

Former Railway Hotel "There was also the Railway Hotel but this was demolished with the closure of the Railway to Casterton to make way for Peden's car park across the road from the new Peden's Supermarket at the time." - Robin Kearney Does...

Casterton Victoria
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Information on Casterton, VIC 3311

The Kelpie and Sheep at the town entrance
Photo 15/01/2009
Photo and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Casterton - home of the Australian Kelpie!

The town of Casterton is renowned for the Australian Kelpie Muster, held annually over the June Long Weekend, it showcases the amazing talents and abilities of Kelpies and their owners in a range of events and competitions.

The magnificent farming area surrounding Casterton, takes in the picturesque nearby towns of Wando Vale and Wando Bridge, on the Casterton-Chetwynd Rd. And parallel to that, along the Casterton-Apsley Rd (who some mistakenly call Casterton-Naracoorte Rd), is the historic pastoral runs of Nangeela, Roseneath, Warrock, Dergholm, and Warrock, the latter containing historical buildings of the 1800's.
Just short of Apsley, there are the huge boulders to visit at Bailey's Rocks, whilst the Dergholm-Chetwynd Rd area, boasts the worlds largest millable sized Red Gum Tree: Bilston's Tree. Indeed, Casterton, with its rivaled Turf Racing Track and facilities, is a terrific central place to embark on a lot of interesting, historical, and picturesque outings.

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