ALL WEEKEND

Gardener’s Fun Park | 10am - late

Family fun including Dodgem cars, Cha Cha, gold rush trains, mini motorbike rides and jumping castles.

Police Paddock - High Street, Beechworth.

Lazy Harry’s Ned Kelly in Story & Song | Saturday & Sunday

On The Hour 11am - 4pm

Well known Singer Songwriter Lazy Harry will present his Original Ned Kelly Story Show with songs and narrative from his best-selling album at the Historic Beechworth Town Hall - the very place where Ned, as a boy was first tried for theft.

Town Hall - Ford Street, Beechworth.

GOOD FRIDAY - 2ND APRIL 2021

Men's & Ladies' Stroke Event | 10.30am for a 11am to 12pm hit off.

Open to all golfers, with or without a handicap.

$10 per person; all proceeds will go to the Good Friday Appeal.

Afternoon Tea and raffles at the conclusion of play.
Beechworth Golf Club - Baarmutha Park, Beechworth.

EASTER SATURDAY - 3RD APRIL 2021

Beechworth Rotary Market | 9am - 3:30pm
The Rotary Club Market is held in the shade of the old pine trees in Queen Victoria Park, and features around 120 great stalls offering a wide range of arts and crafts, food and drinks, jewellery, clothing and bric-a-brac.

Queen Victoria Park, Beechworth.

 

Quercus Flea Market | 9am - 4pm

Checkout the monster Quercus Flea Market and Art Market selling old and new art at Quercus. Grab a bargain and visit the beautiful newly restored Quercus Hall, the first Methodist Church on the goldfields.

Corner of Ford and Church Streets, Beechworth.

Official Festival Opening  | 10am

By an Indigo Shire representative. 

Main Stage - Ford Street, Beechworth


Raising Of The Flag  | 10:10am

By the North East Muzzleloaders

Ford Street, Beechworth

Food Court | 10am - 4pm
Satisfy your hunger – and every craving -
from an amazing array of food stalls and eateries in the heart of town. While you grab a bite to eat, enjoy a great program of live entertainment on the stages and on the streets throughout the day.

Ford Street, Beechworth.

Show & Shine | 10am - 4pm
Cars from vintage, veteran and classic eras will be lining the street. View a great selection of truly magnificent vehicles of yesteryear.

Williams Street, Beechworth.

North East Muzzleloaders | 10am - 4pm

North East Muzzleloaders re-enactment group dress and perform as miners, police and military units from the goldfields period such as the Eureka Stockade battle, as well as earlier periods from first settlement days.

Camp Street, Beechworth.

Police Paddock - High Street, Beechworth.

 

Live Music | 10am - 4pm

10.30am - 11:15am  Miss Kitty & The Memphis Trio

11.30am - 12:15pm  Sons of Motherless Goats

12:15pm - 12:30pm J uggler with African Drumming

12:30pm - 1:15pm  Sons of Motherless Goats

1:30pm - 2:15pm  Ethanol Brothers

2:30pm - 3:15pm  Kissin’ Cousins

3:30pm - 4:00pm  Liv Cartledge

Music Main Stage - Ford Street, Beechworth

 


Escape From The Courthouse | 11:15am - 2:15pm The North East Muzzleloaders have been captured, will they escape from the Beechworth Historic Courthouse? Court House - Ford Street, Beechworth.

 

Beechworth Tours | 11:15am - 2:15, 3pm + 8pm Go back in time to the “City of the Hills” and learn the history of Beechworth during this walking tour of the town. Fees apply.

Old Beechworth Post Office - Corner Ford & Camp Streets, Beechworth

EASTER SATURDAY - 3RD APRIL 2021 CONTINUED

 

Roving Performers | 11.00am - 2:45pm

Enjoy a vast range of roving performers throughout the festival precinct. Be amazed by giant bunnies, run from the tall police, take in the astounding juggler or find your rhythm with the “In the Groove” African Drummers.

Gold Shoeing of the Horse | 11:30am

Echoing the story of Daniel Cameron and his horse shod with shoes of real gold, this annual highlight brings the legend to life. See the real Golden Horseshoes on display inside Beechworth Gold all Easter weekend.

Camp Street Arena - Ford Street, Beechworth

Camp Street Arena

11am - 11:30am - In The Groove African Drumming

10.45am, 12.30pm, 3pm & 3.30pm - Red Coats Drill

 

Saturday Horse & Carriage Rides Lake Ride

Horsemans Playground - $15 a ride
Cnr Williams & Ford Streets, Beechworth.

Historic Courthouse Re-enactment | 2:30pm - 3:15pm

Want to be a part of our historic court cases? You will be in for an interactive and fun learning experience! Open to all ages, children will need to be accompanied. $5 on the door.

Court House - Ford Street, Beechworth..

The Man They Call The Banjo | 4pm & 8pm

A musical theatre piece By Felix Meagher and Dennis O’Keeffe about the secret love story behind the writing of Australia’s favourite song, Waltzing Matilda. Tickets $40pp and can be purchased from the Visitor Information Centre. 03 5728 8064 .

Beechworth Memorial Hall - Ford Street, Beechworth.

My Left Boot | 9pm

Beechworth’s own return for their 16th annual Easter rock and roll extravaganza! Tickets $20 through www.myleftboot.com

Tanswell's Commercial Hotel - Ford Street, Beechworth.

EASTER SUNDAY - 4TH APRIL 2021

 

Easter Egg Treasure Hunt | 10am - 12pm

This year the Easter Bunny has brought it a few friends to help him get his eggs to you, take part in his COVIDSafe Easter Egg Treasure Hunt by booking a place right here Free event

Kiosk (In Front of Beechworth Gold) Beechworth.

 

Roving Rabbits |
Catch the roving rabbits as they enjoy the hospitality of Beechworth shops and eateries.

Celtic Music Afternoon | 2pm

The Gold rush brought the Irish and Scottish out in droves, although the gold is (mostly) gone, the music lives on.

Hotel Nicholas - Corner Camp & High Streets, Beechworth.

Open Mic @ The Nick | 5pm

Have you got talent? Share with the Beechworth crowd or come along to cheer the talent on.

Hotel Nicholas - Corner Camp & High Streets, Beechworth.

 

Sunday Horse & Carriage Rides

Fees apply.

Corner Ford and Camp Streets, Beechwort

The Go Between | 7:30pm

Through the amazing story of escaped convict William Buckley (1780 – 1856) this show tells the story of the first attempted white settlement on Port Phillip (1803), of the Wathaurong people of the Geelong with whom Buckley lived for 32 years as Murrungurk, and then of Melbourne’s beginning (1835-7) – where Buckley became the go-between, dealing with John Batman and his attempts to buy the land off the Wurundjeri people, and the other colonists such as John Fawkner.

Suitable for ten year olds through to adults. Tickets $25pp available at the Visitor Information Centre.

Beechworth Memorial Hall - Ford Street, Beechworth.