Azidene House and Spa Apartments Dayelsford

68 Central Springs Road, Daylesford, Victoria, 3460, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 68 Central Springs Road, Daylesford, is near Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens, Daylesford Spa Country Railway, Peppershell Place Day Spa, and Hepburn Spa Resort.
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    Travel Blogs from Daylesford

    Couples, Bridal Parties, and Me

    A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Jul 20, 2014

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    It seems that when you take a day trip to the spa capital of Victoria, you are surrounded by couples and groups of girls treating the soon to be bride to a weekend away. It is not really the place to go to on your own, but I still had a great time. It was nice to get out of the city for the day.

    Daylesford is a small town about an hour and a half outside of Melbourne. It was not the most exciting of drives to ...

    Big koala, kryal castle, eureka stockade, sov hill

    A travel blog entry by gamp on Oct 05, 2013

    8 photos

    ... of the eureka stockade. Next we were loaded into motorised carts and taken to another theatre where we saw the main story if the miners uprising. We sat undercover whilst looking out into the open. There was fire, lights, smoke, burning wagons, burning buildings and more. It was a very moving display. Again we are back in the carts heading back to the Main Street of sovereign hill where a sole actor stands on a balcony of a Hotel ...


    A travel blog entry by amcclanahan on Jun 08, 2013

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    June 8th

    We were in the town of Daylesford for the day today. It was a quaint little town with an old-time feel, and was about an hour out of Hoppers Crossing. The drive there was beautiful, and we were lucky to have just beautiful weather...but quite chilly. Just a short way out of Hoppers Crossing you could see the scenery change to more of a mountain look and feel. Once in town, it was fun to walk down the Main Street and check out all ...

    Everything happens for a reason

    A travel blog entry by hazelgault on Mar 13, 2012

    ... s the thing - the Commodore wasn't meant to be where Elissa parked it and there were no other cars in front of it. The loose car would have gathered momentum quite rapidly and caused, at the very least, damage to itself and maybe to property or it could have been a lot worse. The Commodore was meant to be on it's way to Melbourne. Instead, it provided a stopping place for the loose car.


    Hot...getting Hotter...

    A travel blog entry by jenni-louise on Dec 30, 2011

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    Heading back to the city we stopped at a roadhouse to get coffee - I wanted iced - and I was astounded to pay $5 each for two cartons of iced coffee. The rest of the trip into Melbourne was uneventful, and I arrived home tired and smelling of campfire around four in the afternoon.

    My daughter-in-law and two grandbabies came for dinner and after they left I fell into bed with my book.