Heyfield lies in Gippsland Australia. You will find in between Traralgon and Maffra off the Princes Highway. Heyfield is a popular stop for people heading to the high country and Avon wilderness areas. Heyfield may be the last chance to get some supplies before heading bush. Heyfield has a proud timber heritage and the local mill is the largest producer of hardwood timber in Victoria.

Let’s see what Heyfield Victoria has to offer

Founded:

Hayfield was first mentioned in1841 as a rich agricultural area. By 1870 a post office has been established in the town of Heyfield

Population: 1993

Tourist Information Centre:

1a Mcfarlane st Heyfield. The tourist information centre is located at the Heyfield wetlands. The wetlands are on the Maffra – Traralgon Maffra road just over the bridge as you enter Heyfield from Traralgon

Museums & Attractions:

  • Victorian Timber Workers Memorial
    • Heyfield & District Museum

Community Facilities:

Parks & BBQ areas:

  • Apex Park playground and BBQ area
    • BBQ at Heyfield wetlands

Food and Drink:

  • Takeaway food – Indian, Chinese, Fish n Chip shop, Bakery
    • Railway Hotel for counter meals
    • Foodworks supermarket for all other food needs

Annual Events:

  • Heyfield food and wine festival (October)
    • Vintage Car Rally ( weekend after Mothers day )
      • Heyfield Open Annual Golf Tournament ( April )

Heyfield

Medical Help:

  • Heyfield Medical Centre – Tyson Road Heyfield
    • Heyfield Family Dental Care – 48 Temple Street Heyfield

Sporting Clubs:

  • Heyfield Golf Club
    • Heyfield Bowls Club – George Street Heyfield
      • Heyfield Tennis Club – Gordon St Heyfield

Automatic Teller Machines:

Bendigo Bank

Public Toilets:

  • Apex Park
    • Tourist Information Centre

Famous People from Heyfield

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