EILDON 

Towering peaks surround vast inland waters

Holding six times more water than Sydney Harbour, the pristine Lake Eildon is a water sports haven.

Surrounded by national parks and state forests, the little village of Eildon comes alive in the summertime as visitors flock to the azure waters on kayaks, water-skis, or all out on luxury houseboats. Bushwalkers will discover historic valleys and unique wildlife in the surrounding hills.

Holmesglen at Eildon - The Homestead 

Located just two hours North East of Melbourne on 660 acres, near beautiful Lake Eildon, The Homestead is the original farmhouse of the property, which has been tastefully renovated and extended to accommodate up to 16 guests.

With sweeping views of the surrounding valleys from the full-length verandah, the Homestead is a blissfully tranquil and serene place to unwind and rejuvenate.

Comprising of eight bedrooms in total – seven with a queen-size bed, one with three single beds. There are also five bathrooms and six toilets to make sharing a breeze. Linen, towels, and amenities are provided for all guests.

The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering including two fridges, a freezer, and a walk-in pantry for you to store all your consumables. Alternatively, you can let the Homestead’s chef prepare meals for you to make it a truly relaxing experience.

It boasts two living areas which ensure everyone has their own space, an open fireplace, a games room, and a full-length verandah complete with outdoor setting, barbecue, and Webber.

An ideal property for family, friends, and colleagues to come together.

Eildon Pondage Walk 

The Eildon Pondage Walk is a flat and easy to navigate walk around the lower pondage, including over the lower pondage wall. It is a perfect walk for beginners or those with little ones in tow and what’s more, the pathway is also a popular cycle loop.

The circuit starts from the Eildon Lions day visitor area car park, but you can jump onto the trail from almost any of the pondage visitor areas along the waterfront.

Start by walking along Riverside Drive, following the path all the way to end of the road. Cross the Eildon Pondage Power Station over the Goulburn River and follow the Futurefish Eildon Fishing trail past a series of seating benches and fishing spots. On your circuit you’ll find plenty of Instagram worthy shots as you will pass two picturesque jetties and cross over the Goulburn Valley Highway Bridge overlooking the Eildon Dam Wall in the distance.

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