Home of the Rusty Rattlers.
Welcome to Apsley, West Wimmera, Victoria
This website provides information both to those visiting and living within the community.
Apsley, a little treasure, is located half way between Melbourne and Adelaide on the Wimmera Highway, 10.5 km from the South Australian border.
Apsley is one of Victoria's oldest towns and had its beginnings as a key postal town.
In 1849 Apsley was regarded as the cross roads between east, west, north and south. The road between the colonies of Victoria and South Australia merged and crossed here.
Surrounded by beautiful red gums, wetlands, flora and fauna, all still found in their natural environments, Apsley offers something for everyone.
As a community we welcome your interest in this unique part of Victoria.
The site is maintained by a dedicated group from the Apsley and Districts Action Group.
More cemetery records have been added to:
ABOUT APSLEY - Historical Cemetery
UP - COMING EVENTS IN 2018
Black Cat Bone
Playing at the Border Inn ~ 15th September
***** Pick my Project ****
Voting closes 5pm 17th Septemberr 2018
October 5th, 6th & 7th
~ Apsley Alive Weekend ~
(Check out details in this month's Maggie Chatter - August)
11 OCTOBER 2018 8PM RSL HALL
The Neil Daniher MND Fundraising Tour
will be dropping by Apsley on
Friday 12th October 2018 at 11am
Be at the Border Inn to welcome this amazing gentleman
accompanied by about 100 spectacular vehicles
Low Impact Aerobics Exercise - Every Monday - RSL Hall - 10.30 am
PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE FROM AUGUST 2018
Senior Citizens - Every Thursday (except second) - Town Hall - 1.30 pm
Second Friday of month - Luncheon at the Border Inn - 12 Noon
Apsley Market - Last Sunday of every month at the Town Hall 10am till 2.00pm
Kincraig Medical Clinic Doctor Taylor visits Apsley at RSL Hall second and fourth Wednesday BY APPOINTMENT
Craft Ladies - Second Monday of the month - Hall supper room 10.30 am
Book Club - Third Wednesday of the month at the Border Inn 7.30pm
The popular local history book
APSLEY AT THE CROSSROADS
(reprinted 2014) is available at the
Apsley Post Office
'I Lived In Apsley' 2017
about 100 former Apsley-ites enjoyed a day together
Please go to our Things to See & Do page, maybe you can spot someone you know!
The Lakes and Wetlands around Apsley are Full and Overflowing
While driving through we invite you to take time to detour on your travels, enjoy and observe Nature at its Best
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