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Appleby Funerals

Phone: 03 5438 3189

Address:   25 Brooke St, Inglewood, Vic 3517 


Champions IGA

Phone: 03 5431 7300,        Fax: 03 5438 3293


36 Brooke St., Inglewood, Vic , 3517

IGA, Mitre10 hardware,  News,  Lotto

Mon to Friday  7.00AM - 7.30PM

Sat & Sun       7.00AM - 6.00PM

Public Holidays 7.00AM - 6.00PM  

Cohalan Transport

Phone: Chris 0428 507 220

Fax: Ph/fx 03 5438 3147


Inglewood, Vic, 3517


Collie Engineering

Phone: 03 5438 3428 M: 0400 383 606


Kooyoora Park Retreat, 792 Brenanah- Kurting Road, Inglewood, Vic, 3517 


Computer Sales and Service

Phone: 03 5438 3143

Also on the Mobile 0417 577 741


Cousin Jacks Bakehouse

 46 Brooke Street,  Inglewood Vic, 3515

Tel:    0417 550 306,  or email Lucas

 Closed on Tuesdays


 Empire State Hotel

Phone: 03 5438 3050

91 Brooke St.Inglewood, Vic, 3517

Join Steve at the Empire State Hotel.

Open 11:00 am  - 1:00 am  Mon-Sat

         12:00  noon - 11:00 pm Sunday 

Available for all functions.


Eucalyptus Distillery Museum


Phone: 03 5438 3247  (Museum),   



20 Grant Street, PO Box 80.

Inglewood, Vic, 3517


Hours  Thursday to  Tuesday 10 - 4:00pm.

Other times:   by appointment for bus groups.

Wayside stop with toilets,  Museum or wander the 3 acre park and historic distillery exhibits.   

Need a group booking?  Call the sales team to arrange the details. 03 5438 3247

 Committee of Management,  Secretary  0409 309090



Fixall Electrical      

Details:   Call Steve 0400 113 639


Domestic and commercial electrical.


Fusspots at Inglewood

Phone: 03 5438 3357 m: 0419 869950


39 Brooke St, Inglewood, Vic, 3517

We Buy and Sell. 

Open Friday to Monday and Public Holidays

(other days by chance)



Golden Triangle Plumbing & Maint Service

Phone: 0418319506


PO Box 1951,  Newbridge,  Vic

For all your plumbing needs.  03 54433103 or mobile  0418319506

Give Peter a call - in the Golden Trianlge.


Hairdresser, MGM Studio

Phone: 03 5438 3100.

96 Brooke St. Inglewood, Vic 3517

Cuts, Colours, Perms, Sets.....

Trading Hours


Tuesday Closed

Wednesday 9:00  -  5:00pm

Thursday     9:00  -  5:00pm

Friday          9:00  -  5:00pm

Saturday  By appointment only

Sunday  Closed 





Saddlery & Pet Supplies.  

Phone  0413 743 870  Carey Imms

Facebook,   @horseworldoz

18 Brooke St, Inglewood, Vic 3517

   Hours:  M, Wed - Frid   9-5,  Sat  9-1.   Ring if  supplies required other times.


Inglewood Cafe 

Phone: 5438 3057

74 Brooke St, Inglewood, Vic, 3517

Fish and Chips, Tea & Coffee, Sandwich bar


Inglewood & District Community Bank

Phone: 03 5438 3500,     Fax: 03 5438 3502



64 Brooke St. Inglewood, Vic, 3517


Inglewood Emporium


Phone: 03 5438 3287



76-80 Brooke St. Inglewood, Vic, 3517

We welcome you to Inglewood Emporium, an amazing collection of antiques and collectables for sale, housed in an historic old grocery store.

This wonderful old building,  built in 1861 by Joseph Tivey with its original Bushells tea signs, beckons you to come in and recall an important part of our Australian heritage.

OPEN 7 DAYS 10-5.

You can also visit us on Facebook


Inglewood Op-Shop - Ambulance Auxiliary

Great old fashioned op shop, full of bargains. Funds raised go towards supporting our local Ambulance Station.

70 Brooke Street, Inglewood                                        Always a bargainAlways a bargain

Phone : 03 5438 3660                                        

Email :

FB : Inglewood Ambulance Auxiliary Op Shop

 Hours of operation usually

M - F 9am - 4pm

Sat 9am - 12 noon



Inglewood Pharmacy

Phone: 03 5438 3021

Shop 2, 36 Brooke St. Inglewood, Vic, 3517

Description     Refer to their facebook page

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday    9:00 am - 5:30 pm

Saturday                 9:00 am - 1:00 pm  


Jennings Store

Phone: (03) 54 383 036

Fax: (03) 54 383 036

82 Brooke Street , Inglewood, Vic, 3517

David Oakley at  Jennings Store

Hours of opening: 12Noon to 5.30pm mon to fri. Except for the 3rd and 4th Thurs of every month when the hours are 3pm to 5.30pm, also 10am to 12noon.

Miner's Rights agent.


The Fat Butcher  

Phone: 03 5438 3039

65 Brooke St,Inglewood, Vic  3517

New owners.  New theme, but all the same great products. 

All the team are still hard at work.  Wonderful pork range and the renowned Inglewood Aged Beef  continues.


Natural Soap Works


Phone: 1300559252

Fax: 0354383432


2 Houston Street, Inglewood, Vic 3517

Call Jeff to discuss your needs.

Natural Soap Works

PO Box 527Bendigo, VIC, 3550


Nevins & Co.

 Real Estate and Auctioneers

92 Brooke Street, InglewoodVic 3517

Tel:  Ph 03 5438 3041



Post Office

Phone: 03 5438 3195

Grant St., Inglewood, Vic, 3517

Discuss with Trevor and Marie Ralph. 



67 Brooke St.    Tel:   03 5465 6020

Hours:    Tues - Friday  9am - 3pm,    Sat - Sun      8am - 3pm

  Chat with Margie regarding bookings and catering.

Facebook:    @Royalhotelinglewood2017.


Cafe opened for Breakfast and Lunch.  All day breakfast, lunch menu from 12.

Shell Inglewood Service Station

Phone:  03 5438 3542

4562 Calder Highway,...on the North side of town.

All fuels at a good price.

Convenience store   with restaurant opening in Jan 2016.  

Hours:  6:00am - 10:00pm   




Welcome to Inglewood- there's more than you think!

Gold, blue eucy, history and architecture, exercise or just some time to relax!




Eucy Museum - Re Opening

Plans are progressing  for the anticipated opening from  August 12th.   The Committee is delighted to be concluding negotiations for the re opening in August.   The business will open from the 12th August, with an official “re-launch” and short ceremony on the Sunday 15th at 2:00pm, which will also recognise the 10 years since opening in 2011.

Nicole Upton will operate the facility, with some fresh ideas and new products planned.

After such an extended closure, it will be great to have the museum open for  visitors , tours and a great coffee.

Of course, these plans and dates are subject to the various health restrictions and pandemic.


2021 - 2031 Inglewood Community Plan   (draft) 

The Inglewood Development & Tourism Committee (IDTC) has been working on the revised Inglewood Community Plan for some time.  Council restructured the processes and supported communities developing new plans. 

The new plan has drafted after the community survey was collated.  The Council has invited the IDTC to present the plan to Council's Technical Forum on 10th August. 

The Community is invited to review the planbelow prior and provide any further feedback to the IDTC president Carey or Secretary Pauline  [ email to ].  The annual funding allocations will only be directed towards projects currently identified and scoped in the Plan.   

 Download the plan  >> here       pdf   1.64MB

The identified goals are in notional priority order, but smaller projects of a lower priority may be funded if "shovel ready" and adequate funding.

  • Goal 1: Built environment and town beautification
  • Goal 2: Improving where we live.
  • Goal 3: Tourism and marketing
  • Goal 4: Community health and wellbeing
  • Goal 5: Traffic Management
  • Goal 6: Sport and recreation
  • Goal 7: Social opportunities
  • Goal 8: Heritage, arts and culture
  • Goal 9: Natural environment
  • Goal 10: Improving our local economy
  • Goal 11: Connectivity: Internet and individual capacity

 Some concept images from the Streetscape Masterplan, the top priority goal 1.    
















What did the 2010 plan achieve?   

History of community planning
This is the fifth stage in the development of the Inglewood Community Plan. The first was the Inglewood Urban Design Framework, which was begun in 2002 and completed in April 2003. The second stage took place in January and February 2004. The third stage took place in 2004 when further public discussion focused on the progress to date and for further development and consolidation. Stage four was a public meeting held in 2008 which led to the development of the Inglewood Community Plan 2010.

The Inglewood community is proud of the many achievements made, an outcome of collaborative and combined efforts of many, benefiting the community in a number of ways.

Some of the successful initiatives include:
    • Eucalyptus Distillery Museum. Formally opened in 2011. A Loddon Shire appointed Section 65 committee manages the site and ongoing development and provides for tours and the establishment of the retail area operation.
    • Arts park development (right)
    • Public drinking fountain - 2013 (right)
    • Community Hub - participation with the community hub feasibility development activities and the Community Planning submission (below right)
    • Inglewood Railway Station Redevelopment
    • Adventure park at sports precinct
    • Industrial Park development
Tourism & Marketing
    • Inglewood geographic domain community website –
    • Brooke Street flags, highlighting businesses open for business in a consistent manner for the town.
    • Brooke St. Brochure.
    • Blue Plaque Heritage trail, in conjunction with the Inglewood & District Historical Society (below right)
    • Tourism Information Board 2012/3. This project replaced the community directory sign which was seriously outdated.
    • Input to Streetscape project
Community Celebrations
    • Blue Eucy Festivals
    • 150 Years of Gold, 1859 -2009
    • Inglewood Alive Festival
Community Planning engagement
    • Numerous community planning meetings to register, scope, and prioritise identified community projects. This has been an important function of the IDTC which has assisted many community projects to development. In conjunction with the Loddon Shire Community Planning team.
    • Participation with the planning for the Railway Station redevelopment.





  • Unfortunately the 2021 Alive Festival has been cancelled due to ongoing Covid pandemic issues.

  • Looking forward to the next 2022 November festival       







Volunteers play a vital and valuable role in the community of Inglewood. 

Our volunteers are a diverse range of people who work tirelessly with organisations with the common interest of  enhancing the Inglewood and district communities. 
Volunteering can be a fun way of meeting new people, helping others and developing new skills.   
It is also about sharing and developing personal skills and strengthening links between people in the community.
If you would like to be a valued volunteer, we would like to hear from you. 
Please call the Inglewood Community Neighborhood House (ICNH) on 5438 3562
or call in and  have a chat with the team.

We greatly appreciate and value your contribution.


Youth Support

Some kids can be under a lot of pressure!  Decisions about the future, school stuff you may not know about,             holiday boredom or struggling to find that perfect job!   

A fantastic new site is up and running for the 16-25 year olds. 

Tune In Not Out  is 24hr TV for life's challenges, such as alcohol, drugs, mental health, exams and relationships.

Check it out!  Pass it on!  Spread the word!


It may help someone you know, and you may never know how. 


TINO and thanks to the team that put it together!!


About Inglewood

Situated 199 km from Melbourne on the Calder Highway, this historic gold mining town presents a vision of the past. Inglewood forms part of the famous ‘Golden Triangle' which encompasses some of the richest alluvial goldfields in the world. The last great Victorian gold rush occurred here in the 1860's, bringing prosperity and a burgeoning new life to a rural community, clearing the land of mallee scrub and producing wool for the young colony and for export to England. 
Gold was like a magnet and miners flocked to Inglewood from all corners of the globe. A few miners' tents rapidly became a tent town of thousands. Inglewood became known as ‘the city in the scrub'.  In the third year of its existence Inglewood became a municipality, the Borough of Inglewood. Such was the wealth taken from the earth and rock, that the tent town became a community of substance, buildings of timber and brick; imposing structures, several of which stand today.
The gold was eventually extracted to economic limits and the miners departed. A new, though less profitable industry helped the town survive. Eucalyptus oil, first recognised for its wide ranging qualities from the earliest years of colonial occupation, was produced in quantity in the district. The Blue Mallee, locally known as 'Blue Eucy ', which produced an oil of exceptional quality, grows in abundance in the area.  These days Inglewood is a service town for the surrounding rural districts and smaller communities.
Stay a while and you will be able to explore the town with he range of activities listed on the link below.
These can bring the history to life .

Collectibles, gold, blue eucy, history and architecture, ...  or just relax!

Have an enjoyable time and come back to visit Inglewood again.

Things to see and do!


One of the reasons it's called the "city in the scrub"