7 wonderful things to enjoy at Daylesford | Weekend Notes

Daylesford, Victoria|On Weekend Notes

While I am still recovering from my long weekend trip at Daylesford, feeding the peacock, waking up to the quacking sound of the duck and relaxing at the Mineral spa watching the sun go down!

Perched at just 137 km away from Melbourne, this Victorian region offers a variety of must-do activities for family and kids, especially when its Summer in Melbourne.

#A Journey through the Historic lanes

A region of Victoria that is invigorated with Historical monuments and cathedrals takes you back in time. Take a walk through the historical village, wander through the streets of this region to find the various mineral spas in this area.

 

Historical City, Daylesford
Historical City, Daylesford

Historical City, Daylesford

Historical City, Daylesford

#Wombat Hill Cafe & Botanical Garden

An enchanting place for a day out, exploring the lush Green botanical Gardens. Grab your Sunday brunch or relax over the morning breakfast at the wombat Hill cafe, Daylesford.

The botanical garden has tiny pieces of history, which takes you back in time.

# Lake Daylesford

A date with nature or a sublime moment with oneself, spend the day fishing or swimming in the natural spring water. It’s not advised to swim, due to cold currents and uneven surfaces, however, I couldn’t restrict myself from doing so. Needless to say, it’s a wonderful Camping and a Picnic spot.

Lake Daylesford Lake Daylesford

 

# Trentham Falls

Victoria’s highest single-drop waterfall, the access to the Waterfall is restricted but however, you can have a gorgeous view of the falls from the top. Wonderful place to unwind over an evening family time.

#Lavandula Swiss Italian Farm 

Perched on 20 mins drive this Lavendula Swiss farm offers a wonderful location for a family day out. Plan a picnic or just drop by for a morning coffee, kids would love this place and couples would find it soothing to romance around the fields.

Settle down by the shade to feed the swans or see them flocking around while you enjoy the Lavender Scorn, Jam & cream.

This place has its own rustic vibes, which probably takes you back to an era, where you wish to stay a little longer.

The cafe offers a wonderful view of the Lavendula fields, join in for a family celebration or see someone take a vow!

# Jubilee Lake, Daylesford

Ever wondered about taking a dip in the natural spring water? Camping or Glamping over a hearty morning brunch with family or fishing on the river deck and taking selfies?

Well, I did all of the above, this lush green stretch of Jubilee Lake Holiday Park and the Hepburn Spring area is a must visit the place located in a secluded bushland settings. Just a perfect place to wake up on a Sunday morning with quacking sound of the ducks!

Jubilee Lake Holiday Park, Daylesford Jubilee Lake Holiday Park, Daylesford

#Secret Garden

If you have already been to Daylesford or planning to be there, do let me know that one thing you would love to see?

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