Christ Church

The most unique features of Bonnie Doon are the township’s three historic places of worship. Located at the water’s edge, amicably side-by-side, the Anglican, Uniting and Catholic Churches date back to pioneer days and pay tribute to the cooperative community spirit of the area’s early settlers.  Upon entering Christ Church, your focus is instantly drawn to the altar wall with … Read More

Bonnie Doon Review

Bonnie Doon is a small township situated on the Maroondah Highway just 21 km west of Mansfield. The explorers Hume and Hovell first passed through the area in 1824 and it was first settled in 1834. The township was established in the 1860’s  and named ‘Doon’ after the town of that name in Ireland. A post office was opened in October … Read More