Much of the town centre has been preserved from this era with Victorian architecture and historic buildings.
Many of the gold mining relics and tailings can still be seen if you explore some of the many walkways in the area.
Many of the walkways follow the extensive water channels that were constructed during the gold rush to supply the miners with water for sluicing and today are still
used for irrigation.
Naseby is surrounded by the Naseby forest which covers about 25 square kilometres. The forest is made up of Douglas fir, larch and pine trees and gives welcome shade in the hot summer months. Many walkways also thread their way through the forest.
Naseby is also well known for its cold winters which make the time honoured sport of Curling a very popular event
on the winter ice. .