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Inglewood Motel and Caravan Park

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  • Dsc02499 Two cabins are available with toilet/shower block
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4580 Calder Highway, Inglewood VIC 3517

Features

  • 8 motel rooms
  • 20 ensuite powered caravan sites
  • 20 powered sites (no ensuites)
  • Space for numerous unpowered sites
  • 2 cabins
  • BBQs
  • Foxtel and flat screen TV in motel
  • Continental breakfast on request in motel
  • Disabled rooms available
  • WIFI site-wide
  • 10 acre bush park
  • Family owned and run
  • Pet friendly
Phone (03) 5438 3232
Address 4580 Calder Hwy, Inglewood


Take a well deserved vacation at Inglewood Motel and Caravan Park!

Located two hours from Melbourne and 35 minutes from Bendigo, Inglewood Motel and Caravan Park is a 10 acre bush park privately owned and managed by Jerry and Pauline Wellman in the gorgeous gold-rush town of Inglewood, Victoria. The park is within walking distance to cafes, shops and hotel entertainment, and is surrounded by State Forests.

Inglewood is a popular destination for tourists and forms part of the renowned Golden Triangle - a region of the Victorian Goldfields which is world famous for the size, purity, and quantity of gold nuggets found in the area. The Golden Triangle has consistently yielded significant gold discoveries to this day. The Welcome Stranger nugget, the largest alluvial gold nugget discovered in the world so far, was unearthed within the Golden Triangle in 1869.

The town of Inglewood and surrounding area has a lot to offer tourists and visitors enjoying their stay at Inglewood Motel and Caravan Park:
  • Explore nearby caves with spectacular views
  • Browse the quaint yesteryear shops along main street
  • Visit the many boutique wineries in the region
  • Appreciate the beautiful historic buildings and churches
  • Learn about local eucalyptus distillation history at the Inglewood Eucalyptus Distillery Museum
  • Fish in the Loddon River
  • Play a game of bowls or golf
  • Gold prospecting in the Golden Triangle
  • Birdwatching in the Inglewood Reserve
  • Four wheel driving in the State Forest
The park currently offers overnight, short-term and long-term stay in a variety of accommodation types for the domestic and international leisure markets, ranging from motel rooms to unpowered caravan sites.

Motel

Inglewood Motel and Caravan Park offers eight excellent motel rooms (one with disabled access) with the following features:
  • 7 x one bedroomed motels (one suitable for disabled guests).
  • 1 x one bedroomed motel unit (with separate seating/lounge area and separate kitchen).
  • Spacious rooms with private ensuite bathrooms.
  • Amenities include microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster, hairdryer, iron and ironing board.
  • Flat screen TV and Foxtel.
  • WIFI internet available in all rooms.
  • Continental breakfast available upon request.
  • Disabled room available upon request.
Caravan Park

The Inglewood Motel and Caravan Park offers the following features for caravans, RVs and campers:
  • 20 drive through sites with a private ensuite right by your caravan
  • 20 powered sites, pull up your caravan and plug in.
  • 2 cabins with shower/toilet block alongside
  • Numerous unpowered shady sites, just choose which one
  • Barbecues
  • WIFI site-wide
  • Pet friendly, no need to leave your pets at home. Standard pet rules apply
  • Bush park setting. Enjoy a stroll around the 10 acre bush site.
Attractions nearby in the Inglewood area

Notable attractions within an hour's drive

  • Central Deborah Gold Mine: Excellent mine tours deep underground
  • Carman's Tunnel: Underground tour of an original gold mine at a remarkably low price.
  • Vaughan Springs: Beautiful mineral springs and barbecue area.
  • Dunolly Museum: Fascinating collection of gold rush relics, photographs, firearms, mining equipment, gold nugget replicas and much more.
  • Forest Creek Historic Gold Diggings: 400 metre walking track travels in a circuit around a historic gold digging site past many points of interest and detailed information signs. An ancient river bed, mine shafts, the engine shed, water pipes and machinery are among the many fascinating features of this short walk.
  • Pennyweight Flat Childrens Cemetery: A heartbreaking result of the awful living conditions in the diggings during the gold rush of the 1850s. Around 200 shallow childrens' graves, most marked only by small stone rings and piles, are scattered amongst the trees.
Visit Inglewood Motel and Caravan Park's website at www.inglewoodmotelcaravanpark.com.au
Click here for rates and bookings at Inglewood Caravan Park


DID YOU KNOW...

  • Camping is a great way to explore the Victorian Goldfields. Many campgrounds are located close to interesting attractions and historic sites, and the Goldfields region is certainly not lacking in fascinating things to discover. 
 

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Lorraine O'D
06/11/2018
What a pity Bells cottage is abandoned, it is a gorgeous part of Tarnagulla history.
Who is the current owner?
Who cares for the cottage now.
What a exceptional example of early mining history, loved it!
Gillian mountjoy
12/10/2019
Love it here .rustic but comfortable .. great motel rooms .. spotless clean . Owners are very helpful. I'm coming in November
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