Our top 3 things to do this Easter
Enjoy your well-deserved break in Daylesford and Hepburn this Easter. Reconnect with family and friends in the many activities running across the Easter weekend. Or perhaps it’s time to put yourself first with a luxurious pampering at the Bathhouse and Spa.
Here are out top 3 things to do!
1. Playtime at the Pavilion
Enjoy time with your family with our school holiday activities at the Pavilion.
Our reading nook is a wonderful way to snuggle up and engage in a story with your little ones. They will love the freedom surrounded with toys, teepees and giant games to play. You can join them in our sandpit to build castles or perhaps you’d prefer to spoil yourself with a Local Produce Platter and a bubbly. The Hepburn Pavilion is located near the Hepburn Bathhouse, both cocooned within the Mineral Spring Reserve. Throughout the Reserve natural sparkling mineral water is oozing from the ground waiting to be tasted and trails meander through historic gardens for you to explore.
2. Spa Country Railway, Passing Clouds & Daylesford Sunday Market
The Daylesford Spa Country Railway And The Daylesford Sunday Market Are Popular Attractions For Locals And Visitors Alike
The Daylesford Sunday Market runs every Sunday and is a “must do” when visiting our region. An eclectic mix of people, local food and produce and unique treasures to discover. The market is located at the Daylesford Spa Country Railway station where heritage trains run every Sunday between Daylesford Musk and Bullarto. Take a stop at Musk where you are within strolling distance of the Passing Clouds Winery. Why not drop in for a drop of Passing Clouds Serpentine Shiraz?
Image: Daylesford Spa Country Railway
3. Mineral Bathing
A trip to the Spa Capital of Australia wouldn't be complete without a visit to the iconic Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa. Discover Mineral Wellness with individual pools heated to varying temperatures designed to allow the mineral water to absorb into your body.
This ritual is known as 'Taking the Waters' and dates back over 150 years and the tradition of mineral bathing continues today.