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Located 6 kms from Ballarat many small holdings clustered around Warrenheip where beautiful spring water had attracted attention very early and led to the establishment of two breweries and a distillery. In 1865 eight hotels did their best to dispose of the local product. In 1911, as elsewhere, there were fewer hotels but the breweries remained and a post office and railway station, state school, store, bootmaker and butcher served a sizeable farming community and a few dairymen. Today the church precinct is notable.[1]

Hotels in Warrenheip

List of hotels in Warrenheip

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Henry Brind and Co.

James Coglan

Warrenheip Brewery

Warrenheip Saw Mills (also known as Graves & Co. (<1857>)


  1. City of Ballarat Heritage Study (Stage 2) April 2003: Thematic History.

--Beth Kicinski 11:13, 16 July 2012 (EST)

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