Welcome to Gunyah Valley Retreat
Exciting news Gunyah Valley Retreat now has a light filled multi function Centre in a bush setting available for hire.
It will hold approx 70 people has heating and cooling, multi-media presentation equipment including sound system and data projector, a kitchenette with microwave, urn, fridge, cuttlery, crockery and tea/coffee facilities. The Function Room has its own toilet facilities.
Great for Small Weddings, Team Building Days, Leadership Retreats, Craft/Scrapbooking Groups, etc. Now taking bookings Please contact us for further details 04029 15960.
GUNYAH VALLEY RETREAT HOUSE
A unique opportunity to leave the pressures of busy life behind & enjoy the tranquil & natural surrounds of 190 acres of bush with large dam & farmland.
Just 20min from Bendigo. Relax in the extra large Lounge with an open fire.
There is provision for up to 9 people in the 3 bedroom Homestead.
With 190 acres of protected bush land, there are lots of walks around the large dam and through the bush. History is uncovered as you walk on the original Cobb & Co Coach track and visit the old slip rail post where it passed through the property.
The retreat has a 3 bedroom, self contained spacious, log cabin style homestead with fully equipped kitchen and flexible bedding arrangements for groups or families. Gunyah Valley Retreat is an ideal location to visit places like Echuca. More ideas are listed below.
Explore the natural beauty of Central victoria – and everything in between
Discover the riches of the Goldfields. Visit some of Australia's best regional art galleries, uncover homegrown talents at local exhibits, or try some retail therapy at specialty shops across the region. Explore villages, indulge your taste buds with fresh food and boutique wines, then get active by hitting the bush trails on a mountain bike.
Central Victoria stretches from the Goulburn River in the east, the Grampian Mountains in the west, the Murray River flats in the north and south to the Macedon Ranges.This is the Victorian heartland and one of the centres of Australia's gold mining history at Ballarat and Bendigo. Authentic gold mines and living museums allow today's generations to experience the world of their forefathers. An area steeped in history much of which is preserved and/or recreated for future generations. Historic sites, gold mine towns, relics and recreations, prospecting, fossicking, music and theme festivals, theatre, shearing sheds and Cobb & Co coaches. Hot air balloons, hang gliding, hot mineral springs, fishing, water skiing, Captain Melville's hangout, underground mines, heritage sites and historic buildings everywhere you look.