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Accommodation is scarce in the middle of Bunyip. You should book months in advance, as there is only 1 place to stay within 10 kilometres.
Wotif suggests securing a room at the Tallawarra Homestead, as it's the only available place close to the central streets.
If you don't have any problems with setting up base 20 kilometres away from the city center, check out the suburb of Warragul. It has 3 available hotels, including Warragul Views Motor Inn and Edinburgh Motor Inn.
If you find yourself in need of more options in Bunyip, consider the Best Western Warragul Motel and the Comfort Inn Drouin. They are 19 kilometres and 11 kilometres away from the city's main streets. Further alternatives are the Warragul Gardens Holiday Park, 20 kilometres away, and the Mercure Warragul, 20 kilometres.
The close by localities of Neerim South and Cockatoo are certainly worth seeing. Neerim South is 25 kilometres to the northeast of Bunyip, while Cockatoo is 25 kilometres to the northwest. Hotels and apartments in Neerim South are the Blerick Country Retreat and Neerim Country Cottages. The Gembrook Cottages and Glenview Retreat Luxury Bed & Breakfast are some of the better ones in Cockatoo.
If watching sport is your thing, get moving to Dandenong Basketball Stadium. It's to the west of Bunyip. Those wanting to sleep close to the action can take their choice from the Atura Dandenong and the Punthill Dandenong.
Hotels in Bunyip start at AU$115 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.