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One theory argues that he simply took 'rush', as in goldrush, and added 'worth'.Another theory suggests that when he sailed to Australia he befriended two fellow passengers named Rush and Worth. ^ TOP High Street Heritage Walk Rushworth's gloriously wide and elegant High Street, which came into existence in 1853, was declared an Urban Conservation Area of Special Significance by the National Trust in 1982.

It is so wide and so elegant with historic buildings on either side and a huge median strip.Today the best thing any visitor can do is take a walk along the street and carefully read the 'Walk Through Time' Community Project plaques on many of the buildings.They offer a unique opportunity to experience what the street was like in the heyday of the goldrushes.* The single-storey Imperial Hotel, now a bed and breakfast, dates from 1858 but was partly destroyed by fire in 1881. ^ TOP Rushworth State Forest Rushworth State Forest is a 33,000ha reserve south of Rushworth which consists of red gum, red ironbark, red stringybark, yellow gum and grey box eucalypts, mallee used for eucalypt production and, in spring, wildflowers and orchids.Today the forest fauna includes over 100 bird species, echidna, possums, kangaroos, wallabies and wallaroos.

It is so wide and so elegant with historic buildings on either side and a huge median strip.

Today the best thing any visitor can do is take a walk along the street and carefully read the 'Walk Through Time' Community Project plaques on many of the buildings.

They offer a unique opportunity to experience what the street was like in the heyday of the goldrushes.

* The single-storey Imperial Hotel, now a bed and breakfast, dates from 1858 but was partly destroyed by fire in 1881. ^ TOP Rushworth State Forest Rushworth State Forest is a 33,000ha reserve south of Rushworth which consists of red gum, red ironbark, red stringybark, yellow gum and grey box eucalypts, mallee used for eucalypt production and, in spring, wildflowers and orchids.

Today the forest fauna includes over 100 bird species, echidna, possums, kangaroos, wallabies and wallaroos.

* At High and Parker is the former office of the Chronicle newspaper (1888).