A Kelpie Walking Trail
Meandering gently around town, the Kelpie Walking Trail links 5 unique sculptures revealing the fascinating life and times of the Kelpie.
The statues feature interpretive signage and the walker can chose from three routes.
Route 1 will take you via the main shopping district with its heritage-themed streetscape, while Route 2 is slightly longer and takes in some wonderful River Red-Gums and riverbank.
Route 3 comprises the River Walking Trail, along the beautiful banks of the Glenelg River.
Download the Walking Trail map
Birthplace of the Kelpie
Casterton is the ‘Birthplace of the Kelpie’ breed and an annual event the ‘Australian Kelpie Muster’ held over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in June celebrates this iconic Australian and the rich heritage of the town.
Casterton news and events
The e-newsletter contains the previous season visitor’s statistics with editorial summary, as well as key articles, links to blogs and embedded video’s highlighting tourism in the Shire. Past and upcoming events are also highlighted with an editorial and plenty of images, and links for subscribers to list their event on our Glenelg Shire website.
We are excited to showcase our new promo highlighting Casterton's new Australian Kelpie Centre with plenty of well known local faces and places featuring throughout. Make sure you stop in to get your own selfie with a kelpie - the centre is open 7 days a week 9am to 5pm.
Edgarley Assisted Living’s multi-million-dollar redevelopment project in Casterton will see a state-of-the-art and purpose-built structure completed by 2020 in the town.
LOT 48: GLENCAIRN SEVEN sold by Christian Peacock from Waterloo, set a new record at the 2018 Casterton Working Dog Auction selling for a record price of $22,200.00 to a buyer from Hamilton in Victoria.