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  • Convent Gallery

    Housed in a historic mansion which was later converted to a convent in 1892, it features a number of gallery spaces, the Mediterranean style Bad Habits Cafe, the stylish Altar Bar, and function rooms. Award-winning gardens surround the gallery and they include elegant bronze sculptures, beautiful native plants and colourful flowers.

  • Cornish Hill

    Cornish Hill is a 48 hectare crown land reserve located on the southern side of the Daylesford township. Formerly an area of intense gold mining, it has been regenerated into a public park and a haven for wildlife. There are several unsealed roadways through the reserve, with points of interest including the walking tracks along Smiths Creek, old gold mine shafts, relics from mining activities and Thomas Lookout which provides panoramic views over Daylesford and surroundings.

  • Daylesford Spa Country Railway

    Take a journey on a restored heritage train through scenic countryside and to the edge of the Wombat State Forest, or journey in style aboard a cosy historic diesel train with drinks and savouries

  • Goldfields Track

    The Goldfields Track covers a distance of 210 kilometres, taking in historic mining areas and a variety of natural features. It is divided into three smaller tracks and follows the top of the Great Dividing Range, connecting the cities of Ballarat and Bendigo. The 90 kilometre Wallaby Track starts at Mount Buninyong, passing through Ballarat, Creswick and Daylesford. The 60 kilometre Dry Diggings Track extends from Daylesford to Hepburn Springs and Castlemaine. The 60 kilometre Leanganook Track section links Castlemaine with Bendigo.

  • Hepburn Regional Park

    The park contains natural mineral springs and significant relics of the gold mining era, all set in delightful bush surroundings

  • Maze House

    Located 12 kilometres west of Daylesford, Maze House offers lots of outdoor fun for those of all ages. There is a 25 year old hedge maze to get lost in, a challenging carnival fun garden and a country food garden to explore. Enjoy coffee, cakes and snacks at the garden cafe which uses mainly home-grown and local produce.