Harrow, Victoria, Australia

Take a trip back in time …

Welcome to the Harrow Discovery Centre and Johnny Mullagh Interpretive Centre, located in Victoria’s oldest inland settlement.

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Harrow is nestled in the rolling hills of Victoria’s Western District, on the banks of the beautiful Glenelg River.

The gateway between the Wimmera and South-West regions, Harrow is just an hour’s drive from Horsham, Hamilton or Naracoorte and a little further from Mount Gambier, the Coonawarra and Southern Grampians.

A small, but dynamic and active community, Harrow is the ideal place for your rest and relaxation holiday or the active visitor’s delight, with plenty to see and do!

It is also the home of Australia’s First XI – the Aboriginal Cricket team which travelled to England in 1868.

Visit us to learn of one of our country’s greatest sporting achievements!

 

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Johnny Mullagh Interpretive Centre

– Dedicated to Australia’s first International Touring Team, The First XI of 1868.

 

 

BREAKING NEWS:  2016/2017 HARROW BY NIGHT – SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW DATES ANNOUNCED

There is also a full calendar of events in Harrow throughout the year!