Hamilton Victoria

Casterton

Nestled in the valley of the Glenelg River, Casterton has a strong agricultural history and is home of the annual Kelpie Festival - which is run over the June long weekend.

A stroll along the town's main street will reveal some of the history through interpretive signage in several shop windows.

Kelpie Walking Trail

A 2.7 kilometre walk around the town takes about 50 minutes and three Kelpie themed sculptures in different mediums.

Mickle Lookout

The lookout at the end of Robertson Street gives a fantastic view of the town

Ess Lagoon

A terrific walking track

Masonic Park

On the eastern side of the Glenelg River, Masonic Park has picnic tables.