VIC Tourism welcomes Lake House in Daylesford, find and discover wonderful places to visit in Daylesford.Lake House is a tranquil retreat including thirty-three rooms and suites in a waterfront or garden lodge setting. Six acres of country gardens extend down to the waters of Lake Daylesford and provide guests with immediate access to the lake shore and the Wombat State Forest beyond. Exploring the property is in itself an adventure. Guests may like to have a hit of tennis followed by refreshments in the tennis pavilion or a glass of wine by the fire in the Argyle Library Bar. Wander the gardens and you will come upon significant trees, a myriad of sculptures and artwork from the region's top artists, extensive outdoor terraces overlooking the lake shore and established country gardens with everything from koala-loved stringy barks to lilac, Daphne, quince, plum and apple trees. Service in the multi award winning restaurant is knowledgeable but relaxed, offering 'fine dining with the top button undone'. The award winning Salus Day Spa is a nine treatment oasis of tranquillity offering a myriad of indulgent treatments. Guests receive complimentary car parking, porterage, daily newspaper and WiFi plus free access to the cult and classic DVD library and use of the full size tennis court, sauna and spa....
Lake House 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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