Visitor Information Centre
The Benalla Visitor Information Centre is located at 14 Mair Street and is open every day, including most public holidays.
- 9am-5pm Monday-Friday
- 10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday
Volunteers who want to help people get the most out of their visit to Benalla Rural City are on hand to discuss the region’s best attractions and events. You can also purchase brochures, maps, souvenirs, postcards and gifts.
For more information, call the Visitor Information Centre on 03 5762 1749. You can find the Visitor Centre on Facebook.
For online information on accommodation, events and attractions, visit the official tourism site for Benalla Rural City, enjoybenalla.com.au.
Benalla Costume and Kelly Museum
The Benalla Costume and Kelly Museum is accredited through the Museum Accreditation Program (Victoria). It is run by volunteers from the Benalla Historical Society.
The museum specialises in local history, including the permanent Ned Kelly exhibition featuring the famous green blood-stained sash that the infamous bushranger wore when he was captured at Glenrowan.
The costume collection features dress trends from eras from 1770 to the present. The museum often has other topical exhibitions.
There are also displays of memorabilia from Sir Edward “Weary” Dunlop, Captain Hector Waller and Michael J Savage, who became a Prime Minister of New Zealand.