Stay in our Daylesford accommodation
and enjoy this scenic resort town, which boasts Australia's highest concentration of natural mineral springs. The architecture and gardens of the town have a distinctively European feel due to the high Italian and Swiss populations during the 1800s gold rush.
Relax and unwind, while staying in our Daylesford accommodation, there is plenty to see and do. Visit Lake Daylesford, which boasts mineral springs, walking tracks and BBQ areas, hire a canoe and explore the wildlife sanctuary of Jubilee Lake, take a walk around the gorge and fern-lined creek at Sailor's Falls, take a trip to the Mt Franklin Recreation Reserve and see an extinct volcano, or use our Daylesford accommodation as a base to visit the mineral spa resort town of Hepburn Springs, just five minutes from town.
Soak in local history, while staying in our Daylesford accommodation, by visiting the Historical & Cultural Museum; featuring Aboriginal artefacts and relics of the pioneer days or the Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens; established in 1863 atop an extinct volcano. The Gardens boasts beautiful views of the town, rare trees, a fernery and an award winning begonia display in February-March and a lookout tower. See the displays of photographs, clothing and Aboriginal artefacts at the Daylesford Historical Society Museum housed in the old School of Mines, built in 1890, and next door is the old primary school, built in 1874.
For more accommodation in Daylesford, be sure to check out our hotels in the Macedon Ranges and Hepburn Springs.