Chinaman Creek House is a tranquil bush retreat which is ideal for guests looking for a peaceful and relaxing space to unwind and rejuvenate, surrounded by nature. Perfect for artists, writers and creative people looking a quiet place to work or relax.
The large split-level mudbrick home is off the grid, providing sustainable living with rain water tanks and a solar power system. Hot water is heated by a wood stove and solar power.
This light and airy home has polished floorboards and tile floors throughout. The living area includes comfortable seating, a TV, piano, board games, a cosy fireplace, 6 seat dining table and a well equipped kitchen with an oven, cooktop, fridge and coffee machine.
This home has 4 bedrooms and can sleep up to 5 people. Three of the bedrooms have open fireplaces.
- Bedroom 1 - queen bed
- Bedroom 2 - one single bed, one bunk bed
- Bedroom 3 - one double bed
- Bedroom 4 - one single bed, one bunk bed
Linen, towels and toiletries are supplied.
Located on a 20 hectare allotment of native trees and shrubs, with a rich variety of birdlife and native animals, guests at Chinaman Creek House can enjoy gentle bushwalking and explore some lovely spots for picnics. A seasonal creek runs through the property, however is it not suitable for swimming.
The property owners live in a house that is 350 metres from Chinaman Creek House, so guests may see them in the distance as they maintain the property.
Chinaman Creek House is located 7 kilometres from Castlemaine and 8 kilometres from Maldon, providing an ideal base from which to discover the history or Victoria's rich goldmining era and explore rural central Victoria.
Nightly rates from
Base rate is $150 per night for 1 adult. Each additional guest is $55 per night. Children under the age of 2 stay free.
Minimum stay is 2 nights, except during Christmas, Easter and long weekends which is 3 nights.
• Entire property sleeps 5 people
• BBQ facilities
• Laundry facilities