Sam Haliday (Shivering Timbers) and Doug Alderson - timber craftsmen extraordinaire
Catch up with all the latest Mill Castlemaine happenings here.There are plenty of forthcoming things to see and do and more opportunities to take a behind-the-scenes look at some of our makers.
Meet the makers at The Mill Castlemaine on Saturday 21 December 2019
Welcome to the site - Cabosse & Feve Chocolates
Find out what's been happening, and what's coming up, by reading the Summer newsletter here.
Read about the latest happenings and what's coming up at The Mill in our Spring e-news
Have you seen the autumn news from The Mill?
It's a bumper arts issue this quarter.
Have a read here.
The Nesting Project is a community arts and storytelling project exploring the concept of ‘nesting’- the desire to belong and to create safe and supportive spaces for ourselves and our loved ones. The Nesting Project will collaboratively create a giant woven nest accompanied by a collection of community stories and photos; a place-making installation that community members from all walks of life have contributed to.
Daughter and mother team, Meri and Jenny Davies, will be facilitating the project in The Railway Room at ...
Monday 7 January @ 12.00pm and Wednesday 9 January @ 7.00pm
Use it or lose it - so the saying goes. Find out how Dean at Real Strength Training at The Mill is helping the mature age folk of Castlemaine regain or maintain their mojo.
A chance for anyone interested in improving their quality of life and mobility through strength training but feel they may have missed the boat...come along and chat with Dean about how these sessions are specifically designed for older people, and ...
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While our good friends at Das Kaffeehaus have a well-deserved Christmas break, you can still enjoy delicious coffee brews using their Mill site roasted coffee beans. Happy Goats Travelling Coffee will be setting up on site at The Mill outside the vintage precinct from Wednesday 26th December until Sunday 6th January.
Same great coffee.....just travelling to a new location.
Heading to Castlemaine some time soon? There is plenty to do at The Mill Castlemaine.
What started as a woollen mill in 1875 has transformed into a go-to zone for visitors and locals alike - a place for food and artisan manufacturing - a part of Castlemaine’s vibrancy.
The reimagined industrial site is home to vintage markets 'the size of four basketball courts' according to journalist Emma Mulholland in her recent article in the QANTAS in flight magazine. There is also handmade cleverness and ...