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Heyfield Railway Hotel

24 George, Heyfield VIC 3858
Heyfield is a sleepy little dairy and timber town 206km east of Melbourne within East Gippsland Region. As the southernmost part of the Snowy Mountain Ranges it is considered the gateway to the high country.  It is an ideal stop off point when travelling to either the snow or the sea both of which are with a few hours? drive.  While in town why not venture down The Rail Trail white stone paths meander along, perfect for a ride either on bike or horseback. Take a detour down the Lions clubs International Path soaking in the migration history, past the skate park and resting in the Apex Park Playground. A visit to Lake Glenmaggie where you can enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, sailing, and water-skiing is well worth the 5 minute drive.   The Gippsland regions rich soil is ideal for the seven local wineries. A visit to any one of their cellar doors is bound to be a treat. Local farmers markets are essential for field fresh produce and while there bring back memories with some local homemade jams and chutneys like grandma used to make. Heyfield Railway Hotel is situated only a 20 minute drive North of Traralgon on the road to Lake Glenmaggie. We are located on the corner of George and Pearson Streets, opposite the park. Entry to the accommodation is via Pearson Street.

Heyfield Railway Hotel

24 George, Heyfield VIC 3858
Heyfield is a sleepy little dairy and timber town 206km east of Melbourne within East Gippsland Region. As the southernmost part of the Snowy Mountain Ranges it is considered the gateway to the high country.  It is an ideal stop off point when travelling to either the snow or the sea both of which are with a few hours? drive.  While in town why not venture down The Rail Trail white stone paths meander along, perfect for a ride either on bike or horseback. Take a detour down the Lions clubs International Path soaking in the migration history, past the skate park and resting in the Apex Park Playground. A visit to Lake Glenmaggie where you can enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, sailing, and water-skiing is well worth the 5 minute drive.   The Gippsland regions rich soil is ideal for the seven local wineries. A visit to any one of their cellar doors is bound to be a treat. Local farmers markets are essential for field fresh produce and while there bring back memories with some local homemade jams and chutneys like grandma used to make. Heyfield Railway Hotel is situated only a 20 minute drive North of Traralgon on the road to Lake Glenmaggie. We are located on the corner of George and Pearson Streets, opposite the park. Entry to the accommodation is via Pearson Street.