At the end of the Macedon Black Forest and 70km from Melbourne is the town of Woodend. High Street is where you will find the historical buildings such as the Clock Tower, Post Office and Art Gallery.
St Mary's Anglican Church is in Buckland Street and dates back to 1864.
The old Courthouse is in Forest Street and dates back to 1870.
The High Street has the Woodend Bridge which helps people to cross Five Mile Creek. The bridge was made of blue stone and completed in 1862.
Woodend is famous for the Hanging Rock Reserve that is a volcanic area 100 meters in height. The reserve contains a racecourse as well as BBQ facilities and there are several places to explore as made famous by Joan Lindsey's Novel.
The Woodend Golf course was built on the slopes of a volcano that is now extinct. The fairways offer fine views of Mount Macedon and surrounding areas.