Using Wedderburn as a base is a great idea for a holiday.
Gold was discovered in Wedderburn in 1851 and there is plenty of history around the area that visitors can explore. Wedderburn has an Historical Society which has much of Wedderburn's past documented.
Perhaps you are a history buff or perhaps looking for relatives buried in the District. Whatever your interest, you can get plenty of information in the town. Apart from the township of Wedderburn of course, there are many gold towns around the area including Inglewood, Dunnolly, Tarnagulla, Kingower and Moliagul. Moliagul was the place where the world's largest nugget, the Welcome Stranger was found.
If gold isn't your thing, then there are fantastic bush drives, wineries, or perhaps a climb up Mt Korong to take in the magnificent views. How about some fishing in the nearby rivers? Go bushwalking and birdwatching at Mt Korong or Mt Kooyoora. If birds are your thing, then Rob Scholes website has a huge array of birds found in the local area.
The best way to find out more about what's available around Wedderburn is to visit the Wedderburn town website. This site has lots of information about the area and points of interest. You can also visit the Loddon Information Centre at 24 Wilson St, Wedderburn. Click on the link for the yellow "I" on any page on this site for contact details.
Perhaps you are looking at bringing a group of people to Wedderburn. Well, the Wedderburn Motel specialises in looking after the accommodation needs and meals for groups. Group bus tours are available through Loddon Discovery Tours. Find out more about group tours by visiting the site for Loddon Discovery Tours.