When you meet someone dating at e Harmony, you’ve got your pick of places to take them in the Maryborough area: Maryborough is considered the birthplace of the fictional Mary Poppins, whose author Pamela Travers was born there in 1899.
For a bit of nostalgia, head to the life-sized bronzed statue of Mary herself at the corner of Kent and Richmond Streets, and relive the magic of that classic children’s book.
I am feminine but have a tomboy nature deep down inside. I value communication and enjoying lifes pleasures such as dining out, appreciating art and culture and immersing myself in the joy of artistic expression.
Admire the highly polished timber ceiling and beautiful tessellated floor in the main entrance.
Historic Maryborough is a tranquil town full of culture, charm and colonial architecture.
Since it was settled in the 1800s, it’s continued to attract those looking for peace, quiet and a place to unwind.
But it’s also home to some very lovely locals, many of whom are professional singles looking to meet someone in their area.
The Gallery Collection includes work by renowned and local artisits.
No visit is complete without seeing the award winning, historic Maryborough Railway Station dating back to the 1890s.
Maryborough’s art trail starts with the changing exhibitions shown at the Central Goldfields Art Gallery.
The Gallery rotates local and contemporary artists from the Goldfields region, and covers a wide range of styles.
Mark Twain remarked when visiting "You can put the whole population of Maryborough into it with a sofa a piece and have room for more".
The station is reported to have the longest platform in country Victoria.
Get to know each other over a cappuccino in the landscaped courtyard.