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When planning a trip to Ballarat, what better place to stay than the historic Eureka Stockade precinct?
The Eureka Stockade Holiday Park is only five minutes from the centre of Ballarat, located directly along side the Eureka Stockade monument and reserve, which boasts a brand new adventure playground for the children to enjoy.
The Eureka Centre and the new Tourist Information Centre are metres away and close by are many of Ballarat's diverse attractions including Sovereign Hill within two kilometres and the Ballarat Wildlife Park only a ten minute walk.
Adjoining Eureka Stockade Holiday Park is the Eureka Swimming Complex, the largest outdoor heated pool in the region. The popular complex consists of a 50 metre Olympic sized pool (heated to 26 degrees celcius), 25 metre learners’ pool (heated to a cosy 32 degrees celcius), a toddlers’ pool, giant water slide, mini golf and beach volleyball. The pool is open from November to March and entry to the pool is free for holiday park patrons.
Situated just 1km off the Western Highway, Ballarat Miner's Retreat Motel offers quiet peaceful accommodation with spacious lawns and gardens.
The motel has the perfect location, as it is close to many major attractions including The Eureka Stockade Centre is just across the road.
Miner's Retreat offers 20 quiet comfortable units and four 2 bedroom, fully self-contained cabins sleeping 8 - with a free continental breakfast! Other features include ensuite bathrooms, remote TV and tea/coffee facilities.
A laundrette, barbeque and heated pool are all in walking distance. Food outlets are within walking distance. Miner's Retreat Motel is only a minute drive from the CBD, where you will discover Ballarat's wealth in goldfield heritage! The Ballarat Wildlife Park, Kryal Castle and Sovereign Hill are within easy reach.
Warm and inviting you will be most welcome at 'Simply 804'.
Centrally located, Simply 804 is a fully self contained and renovated two bedroom Californian bungalow which will comfortably accommodate up to six people.
Relax in the cosy lounge with lead light feature windows, pressed metal ceilings and warm gas log fire for chilly nights. Snuggle up to watch TV or choose from a selection of DVDs and CDs. You may even wish to play a game of chess.
The main bedroom contains a queen size bed and has a built in robe. The second bedroom has two single beds and the reading room situated off the lounge has a double fold out sofa. Cot is available when required.
You can prepare all your meals in the fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances and six place dining setting. Alternatively, you may choose to try out Ballarat's many fine restaurants and cafes. Two of Ballarat's largest supermarkets are located within five minutes drive.
Pass through the rustic gate at Montrose of Ballarat and you move into a world where the romance and glory of the golden era of 150 years ago meets the luxury and extravagance of today’s world.
Here at Montrose you can relax in a private sun-drenched courtyard with your feet resting on cobblestones laid by the hands of a gold miner or laze in a hammock shaded by the branches of a tree planted more than 100 years ago.
Indoors you can snuggle into softly upholstered French Provincial furniture while watching the flames leap in the fireplace that was the central focus of a mining family during the height of Ballarat’s golden era.
Indulge yourself in the peaceful, quiet surrounds of a truly sumptuous getaway while absorbing the colourful and romantic history evoked by the cottage’s golden beginnings.
Ballarat Backpackers Hostel formerly known as the Eastern Station Hotel for the last 140 years is conveniently located in the heart of Ballarat, being only a five minute walk to the central business district.
Within three to four blocks you have a choice of over a dozen fine eating places and some popular antique outlets. Close to bus stops and train station and only a five minute drive to the very popular Sovereign Hill.
Having been neglected for a number of years and in desperate need of attention, major renovations were undertaken in 2000 to restore some of the former beauty of the 1800's, keeping practicality in mind.
Boasting eight picturesque bedrooms, sitting area and bathrooms on the first floor.
Small kitchenette with basic appliances which include toaster, microwave and kettle. Tea, coffee, sugar and milk are provided.