One of Victoria’s most unusual heritage places, Jack’s Magazine was constructed between 1875 to 1920.
Initially used as a safe storage space for gunpowder for the Victorian goldfields, the imposing bluestone walls, tunnels, tramways and giant earth mounds can now be explored as part of tours that delve into its rich history.
Photo by John Gollings.
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