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Nestled in the heart of Victoria's Central Goldfields region lies the hidden gem of Harcourt - a picturesque and vibrant rural town that exudes natural beauty and rich culture. And that’s not all, this area is fast becoming a popular destination for foodies from all over Victoria because of the quality produce, especially apples, wine and cider.

With just over 1,000 locals, this small but mighty village is a bustling hub of creative energy, boasting a thriving arts community and an unwavering passion for local homegrown fare. Sustainability is also at the forefront of everyone's minds in Harcourt, with solar panels, rainwater tanks, and veggie gardens adorning most abodes. From original character homes to modern builds and sprawling estates, Harcourt's housing landscape is a diverse mix of old and new, giving the town a unique character that is hard to find anywhere else.

Residents of Harcourt are an eclectic mix of young families, retirees and artists who share a common bond - their love for the town and its thriving community spirit. From the bustling farmers' markets to the flourishing community gardens, it's easy to see why Harcourt's residents are so passionate about their hometown.

It may be small, but Harcourt has an impressive range of amenities, including a general store café, pub, motel, primary school, bowling club, local swimming pool, world class mountain bike trails, renowned wineries, cidery and orchards. The cafes, breweries and cellar doors serve up delectable dishes made from locally sourced produce, making every taste a mouth-watering experience.

Harcourt is a great option for those seeking a peaceful rural lifestyle with easy access to Melbourne, which is around 1.5 hours’ drive away. With its stunning natural surrounds and strong sense of community, Harcourt is a welcoming place to call home.

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There are several schools in the area, including Harcourt Valley Primary School, which is located in the heart of the town, and Castlemaine Secondary College, which is just a short drive away.


Harcourt is located 123km north-west of Melbourne on the Calder Highway and 31km south of Bendigo. 


Trains run regularly from Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station to Castlemaine, and you can catch a bus from here to Harcourt.


Harcourt Produce & General Store

Harcourt Adventure Playground

Harcourt Swimming Pool

Harcourt Bowling Club

Harcourt Recreation Reserve

Mount Alexander Regional Park

Lang’s Lookout

BlackJack Wines

Harcourt Valley Vineyards

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Belle Property Castlemaine and Belle Property Maldon is proudly led by seasoned directors Rob and Narelle Waller, who have extensive knowledge and experience selling, leasing, and managing all types of real estate in the Mount Alexander Shire and Bendigo region for over 30 years.