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Pyramid Hill, more than meets the eye…

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2 days ago

The Legacies of Conflict Events Program is attached. There are three special events coming up, please read the Program below.If you would like to attend an event, please book:. In person: at the exhibition front desk. By phone: 5455 7129. By email: ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Legacies of Conflict ExhibitionThank you to our Special Guests, Volunteers and local community for attending the Opening on Friday Night, with over 100 people in attendance.We have a program of events to match in with Changed Forever: Legacies of Conflict. We are finalising these now and they will be posted on Facebook and in the Pyramid Press soon. Think about coming along with your friends, organising a day out with lunch at the Victoria Hotel, Coffee Bank or Bakery Café. You might like to also have a walk around the Hill or up Mt Hope before heading home. The last week of showing in Pyramid Hill is Refugee Week. Perhaps you’d like to match in with that?If you are a special interest group and you would like to tour the exhibition together, and you can’t fit in to our regular opening times, email us and we can make a time to open especially for your group.pyramidhillpress@gmail.com20 May – 26 JunePyramid Hill Memorial HallWed, Thurs, and Sun 11:00am – 3:00pmFri 1:00 – 4:00pm #shrineofremembrance_vic #changedforever ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Tune into ABC Bendigo this morning to hear Kim, Fiona & Adam talking about Changed Forever exhibition, should be around 10.40#changedforever ... See MoreSee Less
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Pyramid Hill is renowned for it’s namesake, a stunning granite hill rising 187m above sea level in the mostly flat terrain of the area.


Walk the picturesque track around the hill, head on out to Mt Hope or explore The Terrick Terrick National Park


Climb Pyramid Hill, or the other local rock formations, Mt Hope & the Terricks, why not try some Mountain Biking to explore the area. We’re just a stones throw away from the Serpentine Creek and Kow Swamp, where canoeing is a great way to check out these waterways.


There is an abundance of wildlife around the hill, making it a popular destination for bird watchers. Keep an eye out among the nooks and crannies for native flowers.


Pyramid Hill & surrounds has something for all ages to enjoy, a stroll on our walking tracks, they vary from easy walking to, to a more strenuous walk but all with great views and plenty to see, enjoy a BBQ at one of the many BBQ areas, there are also great playgrounds for the kids to enjoy.


The Pyramid Hill & District Historical Society has a vast collection of Pyramid Hill & district history, including a number of books & DVD’s published, preserving the stories & history of the area. Wander around the area and discover the many historical markers, preserving a bygone era.


At our CMCA friendly caravan park, located next to the swimming pool and tennis courts, and not far from the hill! Or at the Victoria Hotel where you will find standard pub rooms.

The Hill


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@ Victoria Hotel, Pyramid Hill

Explore Our Diverse Region

Sunset over the town

Pyramid Hill Pics

With a stunning landscape surrounding Pyramid Hill including our granite formations, it makes for some beautiful pictures, team it with some grand old buildings in town and you have a photographers paradise.

Flora & Fauna


Pyramid Hill, Mt Hope & The Terrick Terrick National Park are home to a vast array of wildlife and beautiful fauna.


Local Attractions

Pyramid Hill is a great base to explore many of our local attractions, as well as being next door to Mt Hope & The Terricks, it is not far from Kow Swamp or the Serpentine Creek, both great places to go for a paddle in the Kayak.