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Located in Walhalla, 29 miles from Traralgon, Walhalla Wild Cherry provides a garden and free WiFi. We loved our hospitable and amiable hosts. We enjoyed our comfortable and cozy room and its tidyness. Breakfast was simply gorgeous. Thank you so much!
Set in Walhalla in the Victoria region, Creek Cottage features a patio and garden views. The property has mountain views and is 18 mi from Moe. Location was perfect , cottage was comfortable. The host ensured all was exceptionally clean and fully equipped, the cottage had all the extras needed. Most impressed. Loved our stay in this cottage the photos do not do it justice.
Stringer's Cottage offers accommodations in Walhalla. The property features views of the mountains and is 17 mi from Traralgon. Free private parking is available on site. Lovely quaint cottage in a little piece of history. Entry details given by instructions well before the visit. Turning up in daylight would be advisable, if not make sure you have a good torch.
Sancreed Cottage is set in Walhalla and offers a restaurant and a garden. The property is 18 mi from Traralgon and free private parking is offered. Our stay at Sancreed Cottage was perfect for our two days in Walhalla. The cottage has recently been renovated making it very comfortable and an enjoyable stay.
Set in Heyfield in the Victoria region, Abington Farm offers accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The bed was a bit low to the ground but still comfortable. The facilities were very good, the outlook was delightful. Even Chloe the dog greeted us and stayed in the cool for a while with us.
Hidden Gem. Excellent views around the town. Great Autumn colours. Good activities like Train ride, Old post office visit, Mine visit and Ghost tour. Overall excellent location to visit. Lots of history attached with the town.
A beautiful town with a gold mine, historic train and quaint shops. Parrots and kookaburras to feed and enjoy, a beautiful spot to walk around and soak up the history. Only 20 people actually live in the town so a lovely small town experience.
Loved the railway excursion. Great meals at the Wally pub. Enjoyed the visit to the cemetery, so much history. Great coffee shop near the Lolly shop. Friendly staff everywhere, especially Miss Holly's Gift Shoppe. enjoyed the Heritage walk, would do that again. Really great to have NO TV reception. People communicated
A beautiful historic gold mining town nestled in a steep and narrow river valley. The cente of town has many historical buildings including a fire station built over the creek due to the lack of suitable flat land. There is Lots to do - the Tramline walkway will give you a great overview of the town and its attractions. the Walhalla Goldfields Railway is a scenic trip along Stringers Creek Gorge. The Long Tunnel gold mine tour is conducted by very informative retired miners who can tell a story. Take the walk to the cricket ground 'in the sky', with interesting and quirky information panels about life during Walhalla's heyday. Don't forget to look around to get fabulous views of the narrow valley. Take the short, steep climb to the vertical cemetery, walk around and read the gravestones that tell the story of a harsh life. Surrounding must see attractions include Lake Thompson with its impressive dam wall; a 4 km tramway walk from Thompson Railway Station to Poverty Point Bridge and a drive to the impressive Brunton's iron Bridge. Don't forget to finish your day's activities with dinner at the Wally Pub.
Walhalla is a wonderful hidden treasure and well worth spending time exploring. The Historic Rail trip is a must which gives you an idea of the harsh terrain that had to be conquered in laying the tracks and the wonderful views that this trip affords. Combine this with the Long Tunnel Gold Mine tour at the other end of town and this will give you the reality of why the town of Walhalla came into existence. Accommodation is well catered for in period style. Creek Cottage next to the Lolly Shop is central and convenient and is recommended.
If you haven't been to Walhalla do yourself a favour and go there! For such a small town there is so much to do!! Lot's of amazing hiking right there around town, the Gold Mine tour is fascinating and much better than other gold mine tours we have been on. There's a Ghost Tour, lots of really interesting historic markers and walks around the place, really good coffee and DELICIOUS cakes at Kitty's café. Great food at the Wally Pub, just remember to make a booking! There's also a train ride, which was closed when we were there due to COVID restrictions. Then there's Thomson's Damn and Cooper Creek picnic ground which is an absolutely stunning spot for a BBQ, camping or just some hiking and a picnic. I honestly could not believe how much there was to do, and then on top of all of that, the town is absolutely stunning and so picturesque, everywhere we turned looked like a postcard. Just go there!!
Lovely quaint cottage in a little piece of history. Entry details given by instructions well before the visit. Turning up in daylight would be advisable, if not make sure you have a good torch.
Interesting place to stay, it fits in well with the historic town. Micheal was a really great host as well.
Beautiful place with a lot of character. The beds were extremely comfortable and the views are stunnning
The property is in perfect location and has such charm about it overlooking the Walhalla Train Station