Top 10 Things To Do at Diamondvale Whilst Staying In...

 


 

1 ~ Take the "Heritage Trail" walk into town along the banks of Quart Pot Creek.

Admire the huge water worn boulders as you make your way along this unique

waterway. Relish the native flowers that grace the path and marvel at the people who

made the stone steps from the granite surrounds.

 

 

 

2 ~ Indulge yourself with either a fully cooked breakfast or our amazing continental

with freshly cut fruit salad, yoghurt and cereals brought to your cottage at a time of your

choice. Breakfast always tastes better when someone else cooks it for you! Yum yum!


 

3 ~ Entertain friends in front of a traditional open fireplace inside Diamondvale's

unique Pioneer hut. Reclining on our leather lounge is probably not something the

pioneers did, but guest comfort comes first - even when we're trying to be rustic.

There's also a fire pit alongside the creek where you can toast marshmallows.



 

4 ~ Take part in our daily hobby farm activities. Help us feed the chickens, ducks and of course, the horses.You are never too old to indulge in these little pleasures. Visit reception to arrange a suitable time.


 

5 ~ Cast a line into Quart Pot Creek and catch yourself a yellow-belly cod or a yabby, or brave the brisk waters and take a refreshing dip in this sandy-bottomed creek.


 

6 ~ Discover the tranquil grounds of Diamondvale - ask us about the "secret" seasonal

waterfall.


 

7 ~ Relax in your cottage and enjoy all of the comforts of home. A large DVD and video

library is available for your convenience. All cottages have board games, cards and

a selection of books and magazines. Reception holds copies of local knowledge books and

wine companions for those with an unquenchable thirst for more knowledge.


 

8 ~ Become an amateur birdwatcher. Collect our Australian Birdwatchers Guide from reception.

Ask us for some seed if you would like to organise a photo shoot with the local wildlife.



  

9 ~ Enjoy a sundowner by the creek for sunset and wait for the local wildlife emerge. Guests can enjoy our resident kangaroos coming for an evening feed, family of tawny frogmouths pretending to hide in the branches and the elusive platypus feeding near the creek banks.


 

10 ~ Lap up our hospitality. Fires are kept going, and all firewood supplied

(no matter what the weather). Seasonal fresh flower arrangements and cottages hosting

all manner of supplies for our guests, are a constant reminder of Diamondvale's heritage. 24 hour reception where friendly staff are available to provide

assistance whenever required. Maps and self drive itineraries happily organised

to suit guest's individual needs.