This custom built guest Lodge has been designed specifically to reflect the character and heritage of the surrounding town. The result is the ideal retreat to get back to nature, indulge in fine food and wine and relax in this versatile establishment with excellent facilities.
Cookes Cottage at Hill End is a gold mineral's cottage situated on 3.5 acres adjacent to Hill End Historic Site, self-contained; two double bedroom accommodation, fully equipped/furnished. Fireplace in living room, firewood supplied. Very comfortable but not fussy. Short easy walk to Hill End's central business district, the local pub and general store.Pets permitted, on application; no responsibility taken.
The Village campground has powered and unpowered campsites and is a great base for a family weekend spent discovering the living history of Hill End. A bonus of camping less than a kilometre from the centre of Hill End is that if you've forgotten any creature comforts - or something more vital - you can walk to the general ... Visit website for more info...
The Royal Hotel at Hill End is a unique place to visit for an historical experience. Built in 1872, the hotel is heritage listed and offers a rustic charm for all ages to enjoy. All roads into town are now sealed and provide easy access for all vehicles.
Situated on three acres of lush grounds, the hotel has a plethora of trees and lawn, as well as a tranquil beer garden located out the back. A fully equipped bistro operates seven days a week providing a la carte lunches and dinners.
There is accommodation for 22 people available in various configurations, family rooms, doubles, twins or singles. A pool room with a log fire, pool table, juke box, darts and TV is available to all and children are welcome in this area of the hotel.
Hill End B and B is the only bed and breakfast in town.
Now located at Hill End Estate, it is nestled on the edge of this historic gold mining town, 75 metres stroll down Beyer's Ave to pub and general store.
The B and B has been relocated after 13 years in a NPWS building. (Hosies)
A queen with en suite, television, use of a shared lounge and dining room with television, open fireplace, veranda overlooking berry farm, gardens, and Beyer's Avenue Heritage Trees (ramp to single story veranda, for partially disabled guests).
A full, hot gourmet breakfast is included in the tariff. Alpacas, chooks, and geese roam the property for your enjoyment. Gold panning, fossicking, bird watching, wildlife viewing, and four wheel driving are a must while visiting the area.
A historic 1870s wattle and daub building will be restored in 2015 to accommodate a family of four.
Come and enjoy a scenic guided dune buggy tour through 3,000 acres of picturesque scenery with Scenic Dune Buggies Hill End. Have fun at a leisurely pace doing hill climbs, creek crossings and travel along historic timber getters trails. Fully off road. Travel to the tops of hills and enjoy the scenery.
Buggies seat two people, children can travel with their parent. Tours are from one and a half hours to half day. There are tours for groups of any age, single people, families or corporate. Tours can be organised for beginners, those that want a bit of a challenge or groups specialising in photography, plants or history. A variety of different trails are available.
Optional extras include lunch or dinner, bush barbecues, morning, afternoon tea. Wildlife and animals along the way could include kangaroos, wallabies, goats, pigs, rabbits and sheep. Camping is available.