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Wine enthusiasts should make a beeline for De Bortoli Winery. Learn about the different types of grapes and what the bottling process involves, then sample the finished product in a tasting session. If you're thinking about getting a place near this hotspot, look into De'Vine Escape. It's the only available hotel here, so you better hurry!\r\r
If you find yourself requiring more options in Dixons Creek, try the Chateau Yering Historic House Hotel and the Lochiel Luxury Accommodation. They are located 10 kilometres and 30 kilometres away from the city's main streets. Further alternatives include the Candlelight Cottage, 30 kilometres away, and the Adeline Bed and Breakfast, 30 kilometres.\r\r
Healesville is located 11 kilometres to the southeast of Dixons Creek. Here, you can enjoy Healesville Racecourse Harvest and Craft Market. Healesville hotels include the Healesville Apartments and Sanctuary House Resort Motel. You can also visit Yering, where you'll find the Yering Station Winery. Yering is found 12 kilometres to the south of Dixons Creek. Places to stay in Yering include the Yering Gorge Cottages by The Eastern Golf Club and Melba Lodge.\r\r
Just because you are travelling, doesn't mean you can't enjoy your love of all things sport. Dixons Creek is located to the southwest of Dixons Creek. To rest your head nearby, make a reservation at the Atura Dandenong or the Punthill Dandenong.\r\r
Tullamarine Airport is the nearest preferred airport for flying into Dixons Creek and is 50 kilometres from the CBD. If you would like to stay nearby, try the PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport or the Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport.
Hotels in Dixons Creek start at AU$115 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.