Tricia Welsh discovers a restored classroom inviting repose.
Sue Wallace indulges in a few days of delicious dishes and pampering.
Craig Tansley gets in touch with his blokey side in this popular town.
Kristin Lee samples the town hosting its agricultural show.
Despite panoramic balcony views, this cottage's airy interiors steal the scene, writes Brigid Delaney.
Susan Gough Henly checks in and gets comfortable at some of the best boutique hotels in country Victoria.
Small township in the geographic heart of Victoria.
Lancefield is a small and charming town of about 1000 people which is situated in a rolling agricultural landscape at the geographic centre of Victoria. The High Street boasts a central plantation full of evergreens and there are a number of intact 19th-century buildings which present an attractive streetscape.
Daylesford (and Blampied)
Pleasant historic town famed for its mineral waters.
Daylesford, the home of distinguished cartoonist Michael Leunig, is a resort town situated on a ridge which is over 600 metres above sea-level. It is located 111 km north-west of Melbourne and 45 km north-east of Ballarat. The mountain scenery, forestry and recreation areas contribute to the town's relaxing air. At the peak of Daylesford's formative goldrush there were many Italians and Swiss living here and their influence on the gardens and architecture has been profound; bestowing upon the town a European feel.