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Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens

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Mitch
Mitch
December 28, 2018
a visit here is worth it for the views over Daylesford township and enjoy what has been in the backyard of the locals for over 150 years.
Pamela
Pamela
September 11, 2018
Beautiful place to connect to nature with all these glorious trees, scrubs and flowers in this awesome Botanical Garden. You can drive around and see nearly 360 degrees views. Also a cafe onsite with yummy offerings.
Darren And Emma
Darren And Emma
August 21, 2018
With fantastic views of the entire area, high on Wombat Hill, this is a must see for visitors to the area! For those that want even a higher view - walk up the water tower!
Ainsley
Ainsley
August 18, 2018
Great views with a lovely cafe!
Deb
Deb
July 14, 2018
Wombat Hill Gardens are a peaceful place to visit and stroll through on an autumn or spring day. They also have a cafe onsite, serving delicious brunch and lunch. Climb the old tower and see the landscape for miles, including Wombat State Forest

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Andere aanbevelingen van locals

Lake
“Actually a manmade lake created early last century when a mining ravine was flooded, the lake is divided by a bridge and sculptures and historical markers dot the perimeter, which can be walked around in about 40 minutes. There are scenic views, steps down to an old pump house and bandstand (sadly now collapsed) and springs from which you can hand pump various metallic-tasting mineral waters; plus rows of seating near change sheds. You can swim or hire paddleboats in the lake. There are restaurants -- the famed (perhaps overrated) Lakehouse with sumptuous accommodation and the Boathouse, which I can't recommend given its blunt signage (to the tune of "We do not serve 'just coffee'") is so terribly offputting. There was a secondhand bookshop too (also overpriced) but it recently was sold and oops, I haven't been down lately to see if it's been bought out!”
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Art Gallery
“Historic icon that was first a gold commissioner's house then a priest presbytery, a nuns' and boarding students' convent, a local community centre and, since the late 80s when the town was overall being rejuvenated by enterprising Melburnites, a local artists' gallery, museum, gift shop and cafe. The Mediterranean gardens in the steep and manicured grounds are alone worth the $5 admission. Extended wings over the decades have seen a very busy wedding function centre and opulent bar added. ”
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Tapas Restaurant
“Excellent food, service and a warm and cosy vibe. Tuesday - five courses with a glass of bubbles or beer - $55 ”
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Restaurant
“This is a popular coffee stop offering food specials which are changed frequently, but always celebrate seasonal produce from the region. All day breakfast and lunch too! ”
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Italiaans restaurant
“Another great place to connect with nature, wonderful lavender grove, rose garden, olive grove and numerous animals together with great cafe with interesting lavender delights and own retail outlet of lavender treats.”
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Locatie
Daylesford, VIC 3460