Hepburn at Hepburn
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The little city of Hepburn Springs is situated inside of a spot that features Australia’s biggest amount of natural mineral springs, 5 km’s to the north from the bigger heart of Daylesford.
Hepburn Springs provides an alluring and picturesque vacation spot for visitors, encircled by thick woodlands, gullies, and a wide range of mineral springs. The Mineral Springs Reserve, at the northern end of town, is where you will discover the iconic Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa, an wide-ranging network of bush walking tracks and BBQ amenities. The area includes a collection of mineral springs, a few in motion constantly, and some operated using a hand pump. Tourists can easily freely bottle their very own bubbling mineral drinking water from the springs which include Locarno, Pavilion, Soda, Sulphur and Wyuna.
Utilizing the mineral waters are a number of spa accommodations within the town where the visitor will encounter hydrotherapy and other well-being treatments in a deluxe natural environment.
The commercial center of Hepburn Springs is spread along Main Road. There are a number of hotels, cafes, restaurants, a post office and several shops, intermingled in between household residences. The influence of Italians and Swiss who initially settled in the area due to the gold rush is obvious in the gardens and buildings of the area.
Jacksons Look out, on Back Hepburn Road, contains a tower visitors can climb so that you can see the thick forests that encircle the city.
Around 7 km north of town on the Midland Highway is Mount Franklin. This extinct volcano includes a shady picnic area and you can find good vistas from its peak.
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