Welcome, skip to the content.
Which is more relaxing: a Moroccan royal milk bath at a day spa or a milky flat white at a Swiss-Italian cafe? Answer these questions and more in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges.
Gardens at Villa Parma, Hepburn Springs
Holgate Brewhouse is a family owned, 100 per cent independent craft-brewing company, cranking out classic beer styles in their microbrewing plant in...
Get set for gourmet grazing on stunning modern Australian cuisine with an emphasis on fresh, clean flavours and regional produce.
Savour French farmhouse-style cooking at Annie Smithers' Du Fermier, awarded a star in the Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide.
Head to this grand Victorian manor and delve into the diverse arts program, grab a quiet brew in the cafe, or find something special in the gift shop.
Pop into this historic bakery to enjoy a tasty lunch, stock up on local organic bread, and get a glimpse of the baking techniques of yesteryear.
The well-trod path to the Lake House is worth travelling for perennially innovative food in an inspiring space. Two hats in the Good Food Guide 2018.
Indulge on the shores of Lake Daylesford at this state-of-the-art spa offering the latest in European spa treatments and technology.
Stroll the stunning grounds of this Swiss-Italian lavender haven, play petanque, and enjoy a glass of lavender sparkling wine at the trattoria.
Spend a day rejuvenating body and mind in the natural mineral waters of the original Hepburn Springs spa, welcoming locals and travellers since 1895.
We couldn't find any results that matched your search criteria.
Try changing your filters or search terms to try again.
Dine on food straight from the paddock to your plate in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges.
Your Picnic at Hanging Rock will be a gourmet affair served with drama and intrigue.
Indulge your artistic side and immerse yourself in history at local galleries, studios and museums.
Visit immaculate gardens dotted around the Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges region.
Take the waters in Victoria's spa country of Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges for total relaxation.
Tour to some of Australia's finest boutique wineries in the Macedon Ranges wine region.
Indulge in the enriching effects of natural mineral waters in Hepburn Springs, from luxury spas to food and wine and the lush, fertile environment.
Lead a double life in Daylesford, a village dedicated to wellbeing in the heart of Victoria's spa country just a stone's throw from Melbourne.
Visit Clunes, one Australia's most original and intact gold towns, nestled in a scenic valley 25 minutes north of Ballarat.
Stop in the tiny town of Trentham on your way to the falls and you'll certainly be rewarded.
It feels a world away from Melbourne in Woodend, nineteenth century resort town and base for the mysterious Hanging Rock.
Your Macedon Ranges food and wine adventure isn't complete without a visit to Kyneton a gourmet village that punches well above its weight.
Stay at the historic Holgate Brewhouse B&B, sample award-winning craft beer brewed on site and delicious meals, only 45 minutes away from Melbourne.
Stay at Macedon Ranges Hotel & Spa, just an hour from Melbourne and an ideal choice for a weekend escape, special event, conference or product launch.
Learn traditional methods and recipes at Piper Street Food Co's popular cooking classes, where chef Damian Sandercock shares his extensive skills.
Immerse yourself in the art of guitar making at Wildwood Instruments. Enjoy a truly unique experience with our two-day electric guitar making courses.
Sample all that the Daylesford food and spa region has to offer in this bumper basket of locally sourced goodies handmade by artisan producers.
Enjoy a glass of boutique wine or craft beer off tap in Woodend Wine Store's The Cravat Club this March and get the second glass for half price.
Kyneton is close enough to Melbourne to make it there and back in one day, but you'll want to take two. More
Wander further than St Kilda beach this summer. Our fabulous sunburnt land has plenty of stunning waters to dip your toes in.More
Enjoy a weekend in low gear, sampling farm-to-table fare and soaking in the natural mineral springs. More
Long a source of fresh produce and rich historical significance in the recently emerged cultural hub of Kyneton. More