Explore the history of Spring Hill, by taking the Heritage Trail walk which starts at the Spring Hill Temperance Hall and meanders around the village streets returning to the Hall, giving you an insight into the history of Spring Hill.
The walk will take approximately an hour to complete.
The Temperance Hall - circa 1883, was built by the Baptist community in 1883.
The hall is now used as a community hall and meeting venue.
The Whistle Stop Tavern
The hotel was erected by Edward Davis and opened in 1911.
It replaced the Railway Arms Hotel which had been established next door. Patrick Lohan having been the publican of the Railway Arms from 1878 until 1910.
Now operating as the Whistle Stop Tavern it provides Bar, Bistro, Entertainment and self contained accommodation.
On the Heritage Trail you will ALSO pass by the old Methodist Parsonage....
In November 1881, ‘Parson ‘ William Tom laid the foundation stone for the new Methodist parsonage. The church split from the Orange Circuit in 1882, and the Reverend Robert Allen became the first Superintendent Minister at Spring Hill, residing in the new parsonage.
Spring Hill Methodist Church circa 1874 - Now The Uniting Church