Newspapers, Magazines, Stationery, Cards, Subscriptions, Fax / Photocopying / Laminating, Phone / Internet recharge, CityLink & Skybus passes, Fishing licenses, Souvenirs, Toys etc.
ATM / EFTPOS
Movie passes etc.
Home Deliveries - 7 days
Dine in or Takeaway, Hot and Cold Drinks, Breakfast, Lunch, Morning and Afternoon tea, Catering Available, Local Produce, Selection of Gourmet Produce
The Golden Age Hotel is open 7 days per week providing meals and entertainment.
Opening Hours: 7days. Lunch 12pm-2pm, Dinner 6pm-8pm Dine in a 150 year old pub in Beaufort - the gateway to the Pyrenees Wine Region and the Goldfields.
Locally owned & operated.
Hours 8.00am till 6.00 pm Monday to Friday. Saturdays by appointment.
Servicing most makes & models of vehicle & 4WD's. Supply & fit new tyres, Bond & Century batteries, tyre repairs, general mechanical repairs
Rallies held May & November each year. Next Rally takes place: May 2nd & 3rd, 2015.
Rallies held 15 km south of Beaufort (via Lawrence St) at Lake Goldsmith.
Our Motto is seek and you may find.
We have a range of gift ware from Soy candles to heat packs, children’s clothing, fairy dresses and wings etc. Hand painted and hand carved nursery furniture from doll's houses to book cases and rocking
Beaufort Agricultural Society Inc:
Next show - November, 2018 (date to be advised)
Relax in a peaceful bush setting. Two self contained cottages to choose from - Newly built eco cottage: two bedrooms each with ensuite or rustic timber cottage with popular open fireplace. Both cottages air-conditioned. Abundant bird and ot
Providing full coverage of news and advertising throughout the whole Pyreness Shire.
Open Thursday to Sunday (10am - 5pm)
Affordable Giftware and Decorations.
Afternoon tea only.
Delicious scones, cakes and slices.
Beaufort's new Art Gallery established in the extensively renovated railway station buildings.
Monday - Wednesday 3pm - 11pm
Thursday - Saturday 12midday - 11pm
Sundays (bookings only)
The Beaufort & Skipton Health Service was formed on 1st October 1996 from the amalgamation of the Ripon Peace Memorial Hospital & the Skipton & District Memorial Hospital.
In 2003, Jennifer set up her own consulting firm in Beaufort driven from her passion for operating within the sales and marketing area.
Michael Unwin Wines is a James Halliday five star winery.
We specialize in "Crazy Patchwork" and stock all requirements needed to make your own project.
Opening hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10am to 4.30pm
Call in or purchase via our online shop:
The Beaufort Community Resource Centre is a hub for locals and visitors. Offering visitor information, community services, a library, computer access and meeting space, it aims to provide connection and engagement in a friendly and inviting
Beaufort's Saturday Market - On the first Saturday of each month, between 9am and 1pm, the Beaufort Memorial Park comes to life...
Earthmoving, Sand & Soil, Tree Removal
Phone Stephen 0409 219 116 or Dale 0417 497 244
Beautiful Beaufort Lake on the Skipton Road (Lawrence Street) about 1.5 km South of Beaufort shops.
A quaint little cafe serving scrumptious breakfast and lunch with warm hospitality. The cakes and morsels are made in the premises where you can enjoy with a yummy coffee or a pot of tea."
* Breakfast : All Day
* Lunch : 11.30am-2.30pm
Buangor is a small town on the Western Highway, 20 km west of Beaufort. The name is Aboriginal for 'pointed hill', a reference to Mt Buangor. It developed in the 1860s as a service centre to local farms and travellers and as a Cobb & Co. st
Walk back along the highway towards Melbourne and turn right into Havelock St.
Situated on historic Fiery Creek, close to sporting facilities, wineries, historic gardens and Mount Cole.
Public relations, Media releases, Community Consultation, Marketing, Speech writing
Mt Buangor State Park (2630 ha) is located to the north-west of Beaufort. Ferntree Gully Rd heads north off the Western Highway at the Major Mitchell Trail sign, 14 km west of Beaufort. A side road on the left after 800 m leads to the popul
Built by the Shire of Ripon in October 1874 to house the weighbridge scale. Restored and moved to present position in November 2008.