VIC Tourism welcomes Farm Accommodation in Emerald, find and discover wonderful places to visit in Emerald.Stay on a working farm in a large modern home with horses, alpacas and goats. Only 50 minutes from Melbourne, in a peaceful and quiet location with great views, the miniature goats are very friendly and enjoy human contact. Visitors to Emerald are spoiled with many local attractions; Puffing Billy, wineries, antique shops, Healesville Sanctuary, cherry picking farms, trout fishing farms and the 1000 Steps Kokoda bush walk. The modern home has four large bedrooms with comfy queen beds. Open living area and kitchen with full facilities and large flat screen television and DVD. The property can accommodate up to 13 guests . Excellent phone reception as well as free WiFi and Netflix. All bedding and towels supplied. Secure undercover fencing for your dog. Plenty to see and do nearby in Emerald; wineries, bushwalking, antique shops, golf, Sky High Observatory, trout farm, cherry picking farm, 1000 Steps Kokoda Walk, Puffing Billy Steam Train, Healesville Wildlife Zoo and bird watching. Shops and restaurants only a five minute drive to Emerald township, Flexible check in and check out times. Please call Brent for all inquiries and bookings on the number provided....
Farm Accommodation has some interesting information on why Australia is called the land down under?
Australia is known as 'the land Down Under' for its position in the southern hemisphere. The discovery of Australia began when European explorers searched for land under the continent of Asia. Before Australia was discovered, it was known as Terra Australis Incognita the unknown southern land.
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