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This place was recommended by tourist information centre in Daylesford. Went there only to find it closed. Number on website supposed to give you information on opening times but only allowed for a message to be left. We were there at around midday. Rang tourist...More
We went to Cricket Willow to obtain some information on Willow and found the place amazing and the staff was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. We were only there for a short time as we got there late but we will return for a longer visit...More
An organised tour of Cricket Willow was arranged for us by one of the group, as she was a friend of the couple who own and operate this place. Such interesting history, both of the area - the early Swiss/Italian settlers - and then the...More
Lots of family and district information and of course cricket info! You get to see where the willows grow and how they make cricket bats from scratch. They have their own cricket oval with a picket fence. Lots of memorabilia
What a gem this place is...tucked away in Hepburn Springs, Vic where we are greeted by a living legend in Ian Tenetti. Ian Tinetti is about as Aussie as they come.
Cricket Willow is a cricket tragic's field of dreams. It was here that the...More
We dropped in hoping to see how willow cricket bats are made. There was just an old poster. Thought it was closed seeing that the carpark was deserted. No one around except one lady in the tuck shop. Pity they haven't put any effort into...More
While the cricket ground and the memorabilia were worth seeing, it struck me as a place that had passed its heyday. You might have thought there would be a good display on how bats are made but this was missing, unfortunately.
Met the sixth generation of the property. My horror was that no Australian cricketer, at all, is using Australian willow, no one since Adam Gilgrest. The property cannot afford to sponsor anyone, BUT could not the Australian cricket chip in. It was very interesting to...More