Dunolly

Pictures of court house, old time billiard parlour and town hall. Pictures by Bancoora.com.

Dunolly is located 200 kilometres to the north west of Melbourne. Built on the back of the gold rush, Dunolly still hosts a lot of fossickers around town and has a lot of the old buildings stil standing from the gold mining era. Dunolly has established a series of bike trails based on historical and other features such as the nature reserves around the town. The trails are definitely not single track trails but are still pleasant to ride.

Trail Links
Dunolly Loops (Bancoora) Some general notes on the Dunolly loops with some specific information on the Waavyarra and Tarnagulla loops.
Dunolly Cycle Tracks Website with details of the Dunolly trails. Has fairly limited information with limited photos of the trails but has an OpenStreetMap link here.
DEPI Forest Explorer Map Page Link to the DEPI maps website. This has a lot of useful mapping information for Victoria and various map overlays can be applied. The Dunolly trails are shown in the data so if you cannot get to one of the visitor centres below, you can get a reasonable printout from this site.
Dunolly Website General information on Dunolly and facilities available.
Maryborough Visitor Centre Maps of the Dunolly trails can be obtained from these three locations at left. Use links to check opening times. These are useful in following the trails and providing a narrative of the history of the area. Note that the Rural Transaction Centre is located in Dunolly so is the handiest place to get a map. I obtained in Maryborough on the way through to Dunolly.
Loddon Visitor Centre
Rural Transaction Centre
Maps and Directions To Get There
Dunolly Click on link for map showing how to get there. The trailhead is located at the Town Hall.
Tourist Information

Local area information can be obtained at the Dunolly webpage. This webpage has good information on the area and details options for accommodation and other holiday oriented actvities in the area.

Central Goldfields Visitor Information Centre
Corner Alma Street & Nolan Street, Maryborough
Phone: (03) 5460 4511
Free call: 1800 356 511
visitorinfo@cgoldshire.vic.gov.au