Escape to a place that seamlessly combines country homesteads, heritage buildings, tree-lined streets and lush parklands with the amenity of a modern town. A place brimming with restaurants and cafes, wine bars and galleries, bakeries and homewares stores, botanical gardens…
Kyneton has a character forged by the wealth of the gold rush and some of the finest bluestone buildings in the region. Today this thriving village is equal parts rural hub, creative hotspot and heritage honeypot, with a vibrant retail,…
Lancefield is a quaint country town with the classic air of a pastoral working village. It's the perfect destination for a chilled out country getaway close to Melbourne, with amazing mid-18th century architecture and fantastic cellar doors.
At the base of Mount Macedon’s southern slopes is the village of Macedon, with streets softened by established trees and a quiet town centre with all the facilities you would expect of a country village.
Malmsbury is one the few bluestone historic villages in the Macedon Ranges. It’s a small, ‘sleepy’ town with a big heart, charismatic country cottages and beautiful vistas.
The forested slopes of Mount Macedon can be seen from virtually every corner of the region, even Melbourne. Elevated approximately 615 metres above sea level, it’s even more impressive as you begin the ascent.
It may be one of the villages closest to Melbourne but Riddells Creek offers country skies, historic architecture and the relaxed country attitude city folk only dream of.
Just south of Lancefield is the historic township of Romsey, known for its character-filled streetscape, award-winning wineries and country hospitality.