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Stawell is a small town in the Wimmera region in the central western part of Victoria, Australia. It has a population of around 6,000 people (2012 estimate).

Guide to Stawell Hotels

Here's a list of hotels in Stawell that you can book online, with full description, star rating, address, location map, evaluation, and prices as offered by different booking sites. This helps you to make your room booking with the site that offers the best price.



Stawell Town Hall
Author: John O'Neill (GNU General Public License)

More on Stawell

Stawell is one of the towns that was born out of the gold rush of 1853. It was originally called Pleasant Creek, but was later renamed after Sir William Foster Stawell, the Chief Justice of Victoria.

When quartz gold was discovered in the Big Hill area, the population gravitated to the area, so much so that today, Stawell's commercial center is located there, with the Grampians mountains within view.

Visiting Stawell

From Melbourne, take the M8 (Western Freeway), continuing where it ends on the A8 (Western Highway) to reach Stawell.



Stawell Post Office
Author: John O'Neill (GNU General Public License)

Places of Interest in Stawell

  1. Deep Lead Nature Conservation Reserve
    Reserve on the northern part of Stawell protecting the native plants and animals. The reserve has lovely wildflowers in bloom during spring.

  2. Grampians National Park
    National park covering 1,672.19 sq km in Victoria. It was listed on the Australia National Heritage List in 2006.