Daylesford area has been hosting guests since a treasure of mineral springs were revealed around the village through the gold rush time of the nineteenth century. Some of the European colonizers in the know constructed guest houses and hotels so individuals could stopover and take the waters. Many of these visitor houses have been renovated to cater to 21st century requirements and are now boutique hotels and B&Bs. Historic chalets and contemporary cabins offer self-sufficient lodging.
Visiting reporters have in recent times called Hepburn springs accommodation “Hip Hepburn”, “Daylesford’s spa-ing partner” and ‘a lively village”. All of which is true. What other small Victorian village claims two fine dining restaurants, five eateries, two Pub bistros and two coffee bars where you could try out Italian, Moroccan, Thai ,Mediterranean, and other cultural fare along with great old Aussie steaks and seafood. Add two entertaining venues, frequently with attention-grabbing acts, galleries, some good walking pathways and numerous amounts of day spas spoiling guests with massages, water and beautification treatments and the word ‘hip’ is comprehensible.
The vibrant village of Hepburn springs accommodation is situated within an area that comprises Australia’s biggest absorption of natural organic springs, 4 kilometers to the north of the bigger center of Daylesford. This location offers an eye-catching and attractive destination for guests, bordered by thick jungles, valleys, and a mass of mineral water areas. The Mineral water areas, in the northern side of village, is popular for the famous Hepburn Sauna & Sanatorium, a wide-ranging linkage of wild hiking path ways and BBQ services. The grounds has a pool of organic springs, few of which is rolling constantly, and others functioned making use of a hand pump. Guests have the ability to without restrictions bottle their individual sparkling organic water from the springs which comprise of Soda, Locarno, Wyuna and Sulphur.
Making use of the organic waters are a number of spa recourses within the village where the guest can understand hydrotherapy and other well-being treatments in a comfortable atmosphere. The marketable heart of this valuable place is spread along Main Road. There are a few of hotels, coffee shops, cafeterias, a post office and quite a few shops, amalgamated between housing properties. The impact of Italians and Swiss who initially settled down in the region because of the gold rush is apparent in the gardens and construction of the village.
Jacksons Lookout, on Back Hepburn Road, contains of a tower guests can hike in order to take a look at the thick jungles that border the village. About 7 kilometres north of town on the Midland Freeway is Mount Franklin. This destroyed volcano landscapes a shady picnic zone and there are many great comments given by the visitors on that place.