Bacchus Marsh Vic
Bacchus Marsh 3340 is an attractive, leafy suburban locality situated about 50 kilometres from Melbourne’s state capital. Today, the area is a busy, bustling urban centre and is the Shire of Moorabool’s largest metropolitan area.
While the area was traditionally renowned for producing fruits and vegetables, it is now the region’s primary commuter town. Bacchus Marsh is rich with culture and history, boasting more than ten heritage-listed sites and the commemorative Pioneer Women’s Memorial Avenue.
The area is well serviced by public transport, with bus services connecting the local train station, town centre, and surrounding residential areas. Families living in Bacchus Marsh will enjoy its beautiful parks, spacious picnic destinations, and bushwalking activities.
Bacchus Marsh also offers a relaxed, tranquil, and convenient lifestyle, with easy access to fitness centres, cafes, public pools, and restaurants. There is a thriving social scene, with several libraries, community centres, sporting and social clubs for families to enjoy.
Schooling and early education options within the region include several schools, two adult education centres, and 11 early learning centres. Childcare options include centre-based care, out of school hours care, occasional care, and long daycare. Family daycare is not available within Bacchus Marsh or its surrounding suburbs.