Brisbane Ranges NP Accommodation

Little more than an hour's drive from Melbourne takes you to the state's richest wildflower habitat. Set in a low range of mountains dissected by rocky gullies, the unusual geology of Brisbane Ranges National Park has preserved plants that have long since vanished from the region, together with a correspondingly diverse bird population and the greatest density of koalas in Victoria

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Ambleside On The Lake

With absolute lake frontage and boasting magnificent views of Lake Daylesford and Wombat Hill, Ambleside offers luxurious Edwardian accommodation. Situated in picturesque central Victoria, Daylesford is an easy 80 minute drive from Melbourne. Daylesford is also well situated for short visits to Bendigo, Ballarat, Hanging Rock, Woodend and even Melbourne!

Blue Cliffs Retreat

Daylesford's most unique bed and breakfast property, Blue Cliffs Retreat, a true romantic escape and retreat to peace, quiet and seclusion, is an experience to remember with its own lake, set on 25 acres native bush, totally surrounded by Wombat State Forest, and yet, only 5 minutes drive from the restaurants and spa resort in Hepburn Springs.

Mooltan House

Mooltan Guesthouse is a gracious Edwardian Guest House with 11 bedrooms all opening on to wide verandahs, one has an open fire and 3 have their own bathrooms with clawfoot baths and private balconies. Mooltan offers the experience of "going home" to a large country house and not having to do the dishes.

Wildwood YHA

Wildwood is an historic guesthouse, built in the 1920s and set in the bush overlooking Doctor's Gully and the old goldmining area. Many ensuite rooms, sundeck, lots of quiet corners.
Accommodation: Dorm rooms, Double/twin rooms, Ensuite and family rooms available.