Casterton Visitor Information Centre is nestled in the Red Gum valley of the Glenelg River, Western Victoria.
Casterton is centrally situated to the wineries of the Coonawarra, the Grampians National Park, Portland and The Great Ocean Road and Mount Gambier’s famous Blue Lake. Locally, Casterton offers historical buildings, including Warrrock Homestead station, and unique geographical attractions.
Casterton is recognised as the birthplace of the Kelpie breed of dog and celebrates this each June long weekend with the Kelpie Muster, Festival and Working Dog Auction.
Casterton Visitor Information Centre has local crafts, kelpie merchandise available.
Please contact Casterton Visitor Information Centre for further information and make the Casterton Visitor Information Centre your first stop, when going through the Grampians countryside.
The centre’s friendly staff are local residents with extensive knowledge about the area and are happy to assist.
There is also plenty of parking for not only vehicles but caravans as well. The centre sells cold drinks, souvenirs and provides free WIFI internet access.
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
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