Beechworth’s best walks

The Beechworth Gorge Walk The scenic walk takes you along the twisting trail beside the creek with its cascading waterfalls and shady tree’s over hanging the trail. The walk connects fascinating sites that tell the history of Beechworth. For those who do not have the time to take the full trail there is access to the Gorge from Bells Flat Road.  The trail is sign posted from the car park and take about 5 minutes. The trail is suitable for walkers wearing good sturdy shoes, and who are of moderate fitness. There are well signed bush walk trails coming off
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Why source local produce?

Why Source Local? 1) Sustainable benefits Sustainable farmers provide us with healthier foods by not using toxic chemicals, poisonous pesticides, herbicides and genetically modified seeds. Not only are these foods healthier, they are protecting our planet and the farm workers’ health. 2) Environmental Benefits Seasonal eating and purchasing local helps protect our planet by reducing the number of kilometres your food has to travel before it reaches your plate. By making a conscious choice to purchase organic, seasonal and local foods we help protect our water, air and land. 3) Economic Benefits Buying locally grown seasonal foods you help to
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Have you visited the Beechworth Food Co-Op?

We’re all about food. Good, clean, nutritional food. Let’s face it, you are what you eat and food matters. So naturally we couldn’t wait to share our new find – The Beechworth Food Co-Op, who has officially opened its doors! So what’s so cool about a food co-op we hear you ask? Eating food is perhaps the profoundest enactment of our connection with the world. Eating is an act where we connect to the earth and agriculture at a most basic level. Since the beginning of time we have relied on food to bring us together where we celebrate, share,
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