What could be better than, after your early morning wake up and flight, spending a few relaxing hours at a day spa?
Prani Glow treatments are based on the principles of rest, relaxation and improvement. Their selection includes signature massages inspired by the finest Thai traditions – ranging from gentle and relaxing to therapeutic, invigorating and revitalising.
It is what the area is known for and such a special way to continue your day
If you're looking for something unique, you can't go past the Mill Markets. The huge sheds, filled with vintage stalls - clothing, furniture, records, homewares, collectibles, antiques, tools and the like - also have a range of locally-made salvaged timber furniture.
While away hours in this vast cave of treasures.
Fashion, craftsmanship, art and homewares, all fill this gorgeous space on Kyneton's historic Piper Street.
Stockroom boasts an impressive and unique space that includes a large split level retail space showcasing contemporary artists, makers and designers who create a range of products including jewellery, ceramics, homewares, furniture and fashion as well as three gallery spaces with a monthly exhibition program.
The Radio Springs Hotel is situated in the small historic village of Lyonville, between Daylesford and Trentham.
With a regional wine list, a good stocked top shelf and great food, much of which is also local, the dining room is low lit with mismatched furniture making for a homely afternoon retreat. If you're wanting to stay in the area, there is also accommodation at the hotel which backs onto two acres of rambling gardens.
Most importantly, they always have fantastic live music and a great atmosphere.
The longest single drop waterfall in Victoria, plunging some 32 metres over basalt columns, Trentham Falls was formed some five million years ago from molten lava rapidly cooling as it flowed along the old Coliban River valley.
The Falls reserve protects one of the best remnants of original vegetation in the area, with stands of manna gum, messmate, stringybark and narrow-leaved peppermint. The reserve is ideal for picnics or barbecues, with picnic tables, fireplaces and toilets provided for visitors. The Trentham Cascades are a short walk further north from the Falls Reserve car park.