Owing to the prosperity generated by the gold rush in the late 1800's, it seems that practically every little town has a square with a Court House, Post Office, and CLock Tower built from stone. Camperdown is a nice example. It made a lovely overnight stop for us coming from Melbourne and on the way to Ballarat.
It's only a short drive from the centre of town up to the top of these volcanoes.
The view from the top is great. You can see over the surrounding farmland, town and crater lakes in the distance (special Maar crater lakes which are rather rare).
It's a steep walk, but if you were fit, you could even walk down the steep slope into the grassy volcano bowl below you.