balconies lakeside reopened in December 2017 after an extensive refurbishment. Boasting an ultimate lakeside location all 3 studios have unrivalled views over Lake Daylesford to Cornish & Italian Hills beyond. Ranging in size from 26sq.m. to 41sq.m. the boutique accommodation is modern yet understated making the most of the perfect vista. Featuring en suites, King beds with deep pillow-top mattresses, luxurious goose down & feather doonas, split system air conditioning & hydronic heating, complimentary WiFi, 49ins flat screen smart TV's, dining tables inside & on each private balcony, freshly cooked breakfast delivered daily to the studios from an ever changing seasonal menu & a pod style coffee machine to name just a few amenities - guests have everything to enjoy a semi self-contained stay. Contact us now to book your stay at balconies lakeside overlooking Lake Daylesford.
endota spa Daylesford
Upon your arrival take a moment to unwind in our relaxation lounge. Replenish your mind, body and soul in one of our 2 treatment rooms or 5 double treatment rooms. Our expert therapists specialise in relaxation, remedial and pregnancy massage, organic and advanced facials, body wraps and scrubs, manicures, pedicures, waxing, and spray tans. Ask us about our 3 private spa baths. We also offer a variety of Group Packages including our packages for Couples, Bridal Parties, Mothers Groups, Hens Parties and Corporate Groups.
We are conveniently located in the center of Daylesford on the famous Vincent street, next door to the iconic Café Koukla, Hotel Frangos Bar, and the Town Hall. endota spa Daylesford is your ultimate spa retreat in the spa capital of Australia.
Overwrought Sculpture Garden and Gallery
Overwrought Sculpture Garden and Gallery is an inspiring creative retail enterprise set on lush farmland in Blampied, Central Victoria just eight minutes from Daylesford on the Midland Highway to Ballarat. Artist David Dawson and his team create his uniquely Australian sculptural metalwork designs in his extensive workshop. He then displays them next door in the rustic hay-shed gallery and beautifully landscaped garden setting that he has created. His creations include garden art, native Australian animals and birds, furniture, wall art, magnetic creatures and privacy screens. Here you can find a huge variety of native plants, trees, ponds, dry creek beds, cactus rockeries, waterfalls and lawn peppered with Davids' creations. You can wander or sit by the ponds or waterfalls and listen to the frogs in this tranquil setting.The gallery has been transformed from a rustic hay shed to a light high roofed space that still incorporates elements from its farming past. Here you can buy the art and produce of thirty local and fair trade artisans, many whose work is not available to purchase elsewhere. The range includes indigenous ceramics, paintings, prints and photography, jewellery, woodwork and home wares. With your comfort always in mind we also have a coffee cart in our gallery serving delicious artisan coffee, hot chocolate and chai from Ballarat based businesses Coffee Pirates and Grounded Pleasures with milk from local Inglenook Dairy. Sweet and savory treats are also available to be enjoyed in our gallery or at one of the many tables scattered amongst the ponds and greenery of our sculpture garden. With our resident artist on site weekdays you can include a guided tour of our studio workshop in your visit. Get in touch to make a booking. We have toilets, good access and ample parking for caravans and buses. We look forward to having you visit us.
Hotel Bellinzona is a landmark. From the turn of the 20th century to the present day, luxury and regional splendour, a blending of cultures. 43 beautifully appointed rooms. Attentive service, bespoke decor, a revitalising sojourn, Hotel Bellinzona has a remarkable curated flair. Your number one destination, a regional staple that inspires a longing to return. Eat, drink, rest.
The Clunes Museum is housed in the former warehouse (c.1860) of contractors Nicholl and Wallace who supplied building materials and hardware to miners, farmers and residents. Since then, it's many and varied uses reflect the town's history and, of course, it is very much part of the town's celebrated 19th century street-scape. Between the wars, it was part of the original knitting mill in Fraser Street. During WWII, it was used as a hostel for families. After the war, it was a hairdresser's for many years as well as an upholsterer's, a dressmaker's and even a fish and chip shop. The redeveloped building, now known as The Warehouse - Clunes to reflect it's 19th century history, reopened in 2014 and it operates as a Hub housing the Museum, the Library, the Visitor information Centre, the Hepburn Shire Service Centre as well as event and meeting spaces.