Rushworth is a beaut heritage town is also a part of the rich dairy and fruit farmlands. Rushworth is located on the banks of the Waranga Basin. Rushworth is a very old town, with wide streets and with clusters of heritage buildings. Rushworth is deserving of an overnight so the town can be enjoyed.
Rushworth was established during the gold rush era in 1853 and was named, in 1854, by poet and later local Goldfields Commissioner Richard Horne. It is believed to be named after a Mr. Rushworth or because it was worth the rush to go to the gold fields around the town
The goldfields are no longer viable and have been closed.
The Anglican could not be located.