There is a lot to see and do here - from gold panning, to learning about the brave souls who joined the gold rush (and their techniques) to walking around the huts showing the harsh conditions they lived and worked in. Really good for young and old. Some of the paths are a bit tricky for the unfit and unsteady, and watch the kids near the water and the old workings.
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