Rosedale is home to 3 antique shops. What makes the Rosedale antique shops so appealing is the quality of the items on display: you can browse the vast array of wares and collectibles. The stock is ever changing and the owners are always searching for new items. You will never know what you will find.
Lillylane is quilt show in shop. Located in the grand old Masonic lodge building and open 6 days a week. Jennifer and staff will be happy for you to browse around the large array of handmade quilts on display.
Located in Rosedale is a large wood carving display, located in the Famous Bakery, and a large eagle can found in the Prince street reserve and a also a Eagle can be found a short stroll from the CBD.
On the west entry to the town you can see the aboriginal canoe tree which has been heritage listed and displays the original carving of the canoe.
Located on the highway you will find Rusty's Antique home to a large selection of handmade metal sculptures which are displayed outside of the shop under the 100 year old bunya tree. Also inside you will find a large military display.
Heading out from Rosedale to Sale, the entrance is on the left just over the bridges before the hill. Pet Friendly / 36 hour stopover.
Sat Nav Coordinance: -38.154503 146.765456
The towns Heritage walk can be commenced from either the Rosedale Common School in the heart of Rosedale or Willow Park Reserve on The Sale side of Rosedale. From Willow Park you can wander along old tracks, footpaths and old stock routes. Follow the tracks to the main street where you can enjoy browsing through our antique stores , trying local produce at one of our many cafes, or continue back to Willow Park
Local wineries close by will tempt your palette.
Toms Cap Winery and Retreat - Toms Cap is a small boutique vineyard situated in Central Gippsland and surrounded by the forests of the Strezlecki Ranges, Enjoy some wine tasting or relax and try some of the exquisite food on offer at Woody's bar and Cafe.
2nd Sunday of every month located in the Prince Street Reserve Prince St .Rosedale
For more information contact George (03) 51 992709
Get your adrenaline fix at our international speedway featuring local and international racing.
Rosedale Speedway was born on the 19th October 1971 when approximately 30 people held a meeting on what is the current site. Now with a venue of national standard, Rosedale Speedway Association continues to improve the race formats and venue facilities to provide race drivers and spectators with the best speedway possible.
A scenic drive can be taken through Holey Plain State forest which is located south of Rosedale (Stradbroke Road). Holey Plain is the highest point of the park at 218 metre.
Picnic facilities and toilets are provided here and the fire tower ( access to the first landing only) provides extensive views of the park. Other picnic areas can be found at Harriers Swamp, Merriman's Creek and Clear Water Lake.
Animals life is also abundant around the area with emus, wombats, kangaroos and echidnas just to name a few.
Let your kids get radical on the Skate Park, While you can relax in the park that surrounds it or perhaps enjoy a BBQ while your kids shred the concrete.
The Township of Rosedale has an range of sporting activities for both young and old.
please see the list below.
Rosedale Bowling Club
Rosedale Junior Football Club
Rosedale Football/Netball Club
Rosedale/Kilmany Cricket Club
Rosedale Amateur Basketball Asscoc.
Rosedale Angling club
Rosedale Pony Club
Rosedale and District Adult Horse Riding Club