Beechworth Guided Walking Tours

The Beechworth Town Walking Tour complements the hugely popular Ned Kelly and Echoes of History walking tours which have become a must for tourists to the area since their launch. Beechworth has over 30 buildings listed with the National Trust ready for you to explore and discover!

Join one of our expert guides on one of our Beechworth Guided Historic Walks who will lead the tour on a leisurely stroll through the wide, tree-lined avenues and beautifully preserved streetscapes of Beechworth. The tours explore the town’s rich Gold Era history, uncovering fascinating and often little-known stories about the characters and events that shaped Beechworth’s early development.

Along the way, visitors will stop at more than two dozen sites, including the Robert O’Hara Burke Memorial Museum, one of Australia’s best regional museums named after the ill-fated explorer and one-time Police Superintendent of Beechworth.

Echoes of History Guided Walking Tour

Departs: Beechworth Visitor Information Centre

What You Will Learn?

Some answers to regularly questions: 

Please contact the Visitor Information Centre for current times and bookings.

The Ned Kelly Walking Tour

Departs: Beechworth Visitor Information Centre

Did you know Ned Kelly won a bare knuckle fight in Beechworth that lasted 20 rounds? Have you heard Ellen Kelly was sentenced to 3 years hard labour for the attempted murder of a policeman, and spent some of that time in the Beechworth gaol?

What You Will Learn?

Join the Ned Kelly Walking Tour and learn more about this famous bushranger’s connection to Beechworth.

Here are some answers to regularly asked questions:

Please contact the Visitor Information Centre for current times and bookings.
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