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Planning a day trip! Here are our top 5 things to do in Daylesford and Hepburn Springs this school holiday break.

It's the school holiday period which means it's time to escape with the kids, enjoy a road trip, and most importantly cofee, tea and scones when you arrive.

Below we have compiled or top five things to do this school holiday break across the Daylesford and Hepburn Springs region.


1. Dine out!


Daylesford is a very family friendly town and the school holidays are as much about the parents as it is the kids. Why not enjoy a meal and a glass of wine?

Pictured: Frangos & Frangos Daylesford


2. Walk Lake Daylesford.

Lake Daylesford

It's a beatiful historic walk that will have the kids taking in the fresh air and the native flora and fauna. They may even see a turtle or two sun bathing on the top of the lake.

Pictured: Lake Daylesford


3. Discover Mineral Wellness.

Wombat Flat Mineral Springs

Wellness is at the heart of the region and Hepburn Springs and Daylesford are known for their unique mineral springs. Wonder Lake Daylesford and Hepburn Springs, Mineral Springs Reserve to view and taste countless Mineral Springs in the region.

Pictured: Wombat Flat Mineral Spring, Lake Daylesford.


4. Enjoy Hepburn's best Devonshire Tea and Scones.

Devonshire Tea with Scones

It's the simple things in life like the Hepburn Pavilions highly sort after Devonshire Tea (Coffee or Tea and Scones). Nothing fills your body with warmth than a classic favorite.

Pictured: Hepburn Pavilion Devonshire Tea (with scones).


5. Mineral Wellness Bathing.

Mineral Wellness Bathing

End your journey with mineral wellness bathing at the iconic Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa. The Bathhouse has long been known for it's wellness benefits but did you know the kids are also welcome... This relaxing venue is the ultimate way to conclude your day trip. 


Pictured: Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa Mineral Bathing


by Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa      Jul 2nd 2018