Discover your Hepburn Springs accommodation
Hepburn Springs Accommodation
During your Melbourne holiday, take a few days to explore the Hepburn Springs region. There are a multitude of day spas, mineral springs and all the associated pampering. Just over an hour’s drive from Melbourne airport, Hepburn Springs accommodation offers a range of luxury hotels, B&B’s and apartments for your stay.
Treat yourself to an Edwardian Guesthouse or stay in a miner’s cottage – with all modern conveniences of course! The old schoolhouse is now a holiday cottage and it is set on Spring Creek, which runs directly into the Mineral Springs Reserve.
All Hepburn Springs hotels offer spas and massages. There are also many excellent resorts at Hepburn Springs, offering pool spas.
Also at Hepburn Springs, Pepper Springs Retreat and Spa is a four-star resort which includes a cooked breakfast. You can cleanse your skin in the steam room or enjoy a session in the hydrotherapy bath. Enjoy the pampering at Hepburn Springs!
Hepburn Springs is a resort town located in the middle of the largest concentration of mineral springs in Australia. Hepburn Springs is in Victoria, 48 km northeast of Ballarat. Hepburn and Hepburn Springs are twin towns which are often badged together under the Hepburn Springs name.
The vibrant village is known as a tourist destination spa town where visitors can sample the local mineral waters, and has spa and massage retreats, three cafes, six restaurants, four food takeaway venues, two pubs, a live music venue, three bars, a general store, quirky shops and galleries.
The Palais is a well known and popular bar and music venue which regularly attracts national and international acts including Paul Kelly, Mark Seymour and Lloyd Cole. The Palais was a popular dance venue in the 1920s - 1950's and has a sprung wooden floor which is good for dancing.
The recreation reserve is a popular place for walking amongst the trees planted by Laurie Sullivan, many of which are now memorials to local stalwarts who were instrumental in the development and management of the reserve.
The area is well known for its health, wellbeing and food. Several day spas utilising mineral water are located in the township as well a wide range of restaurants, cafe, hotels, guest houses and accommodation options.
The town is surrounded by the Hepburn Regional Park. There are many opportunities for short or long bushwalks, often along old gold mining water sluices and peppered by mineral springs.
Playgrounds are found at the Hepburn Mineral Spring Reserve and at the Laurie Sullivan Recreation Reserve. Barbecue facilities are located at the Hepburn Mineral Spring Reserve and the Hepburn Pool.