5250, Midland Highway, Dry Diggings, VIC 3461

Own a Piece of Gold Fever History, Near Daylesford

Owned by a local family for over 60 years, this 88 acre property consists of 2 lots on 1 title (Lot 10 is 63 acres approx and Lot 10A is 27 acres approx). Zoned farming, and partially fenced, it is mostly treed, however does have some cleared areas, with picturesque views towards Maldon and Mount Franklin and Porcupine Ridge.

Dry Diggings was once a “Tent City’ in the 1800’s with over 5000 miners living and working in the area trying their luck to hit big on the gold fields. And some did find their luck, with over a tonne of gold extracted from the land. Located on the property and surrounding area were makeshift stores, pubs, equipment suppliers and the odd brothel for the miner’s needs.

Back to the present and there are still old digging ruins scattered around the property. With granite and ironstone rocks found on the property, some of which have quartz veins which may still house gold, you may have the opportunity to strike luck yourself.

With an abundance of native flora and fauna, this property would ideally suit bushwalkers, lovers of nature and those who want a piece of history.

The possibilities are endless (STCA)

Access via Midland Highway or Mannings Road (past Hunts Dam) and recommended that buyers access via Mannings Road and contact agent for directions. Boundary is shared with the Chocolate Mill on Midland Highway. Kindly note that this is private property and access to the property is by approval of the Agent only.


2 Lots on 1 Title
No dams
Natural waterways
May suit olive growing or goats
Fruit trees
Partially fenced
Less than 5 min drive to Daylesford, Hepburn Springs
Less than 30 min drive to Guildford, Castlemaine, Wood End, Creswick
Less than 60 min drive to Bendigo, Ballarat,

******OPEN TIMES******* “Inspection Instructions: please call/sms agent to confirm attendance of inspection. Christine will meet Buyers at Mannings Rd at start of open time and will escort buyers to property. Late arrivals are invited to sms 0431853727 with instructions to follow Blue/Ribbon markers”.

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