School Visits

Secondary Schools

The Dunolly Court House doubles as a classroom for legal studies students. Classes experience mock trials in a traditional court room setting.

Australian history students can also learn about the government, legal and social history of this important gold mining town.

Schools can hire the buildings for their own classes, plus tour the site with an experienced local guide.

Primary Schools

The Dunolly Court House doubles as a classroom for legal studies students. Classes experience mock trials in a traditional court room setting.

Australian history students can also learn about the government, legal and social history of this important gold mining town.

Schools can hire the buildings for their own classes, plus tour the site with an experienced local guide.

Dunolly is a great central stop-off for primary schools travelling to camps through the goldfields.

Being mid-way between Bendigo and Ballarat, it’s also an easy-to-reach destination for central Victorian school excursions.

Students enjoy taking part in mock trials, learning the history of the site, plus visiting the historic police station, stables and lock up.

Visits can be tailored to meet current Victorian Essential Learning Standards.

The Dunolly Primary School has incorporated regular visits into its curriculum.

Please contact us for further information on excursion packages.