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Clarkefield: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Dromkeen Art Gallery and Tea Room

The Dromkeen Art Gallery is a beautiful colonial homestead at Riddells Creek, Victoria. The Gallery houses a unique collection of original children's illustrations, artwork and manuscripts from Australian children's literature, particularly picture books.

The collection includes not only finished illustrations and artwork, but also preliminary artworks such as sketches, storyboards and dummy books revealing the creative processes behind book production.

The Tea Room provides coffee, tea, a selection of delicious cakes, devonshire tea, toasted sandwiches, specialty pies and weekly specials such as soup and pasta. Breakfast is served all day on Saturday.

Please visit the website for more information.

1012 Kilmore Road
Riddells Creek, VIC, 3431

Located 8.3K from Clarkefield

Animal Land Children's Farm

Animal Land Children's Farm - the ultimate family experience.

What makes Animal Land so popular with families is that you get to actively hold, pat, feed, ride, milk and truly experience what farm life is like.

Your country life experience begins as you get to meet, greet and interact with all your favourite farmyard animals including cows, sheep, goats, pigs, ducks, chooks, ponies, alpacas, donkeys, deer, turkeys, peacocks, rabbits, guinea pigs and more.

You will enjoy non stop entertainment as you participate in all the farms fun filled activities including milking a cow in the dairy, having a hand led pony ride, taking a tractor ride, feeding the animals and nursing the baby animals too.

Collect the eggs from the chooks, feed the ducks on the dam, go ponding, plant a tree and have a go at growing some seedlings. Even try your luck at farm sports such as poopa scooping.

Located just 30 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, this unrivalled day of family fun is in easy reach.

Animal Land is famous for the sensory experience it offers visitors of all ages and a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with some really cute farm animals.

200 Duncans Lane,
Gate 2
Diggers Rest, VIC, 3427

Located 14.5K from Clarkefield

Bulla Hill Railway

Bulla Hill Railway, operated by Tullamarine Live Steam Society, is located about eight kilometres from Melbourne Airport and offers scenic miniature train rides.

The railway is situated in a parkland area with picnic tables, children's playground and private picnic area with five picnic shelters, two electric barbecues and a kiosk at the station. There is ample free parking right outside the station building. Wheelchair access to the station and picnic area and a disabled toilet is also available to visitors.

Entry to Bulla Hill Railway is free, although to ride the train there is a small admission price. For more information see the website.

Bulla Hill Railway operates from 12-noon to 4:00pm on the first and third Sunday of each month.

Please note that enclosed footwear must be worn if you wish to ride on the trains.

15 Green Street
Bulla, VIC, 3428

Located 15.2K from Clarkefield

Living Legends: The International Home of Rest for Champion Horses

Living Legends is where you can meet and mingle with retired champion racehorses such as Apache Cat, Zipping, Silent Witness and Melbourne Cup winners Might and Power, Brew, Efficient and Rogan Josh.

Located six minutes door to door from Melbourne Airport with free parking, public tours of horses available at 11:00am and 2:00pm daily. An ideal destination for visitors with a Melbourne Airport layover or stop off.

Enjoy Devonshire Tea or coffee in the Woodlands Historic Homestead, smell the roses in the heritage gardens; walk, run, climb or ride your bikes in the surrounding 1,500 acres of bush-land complete with kangaroos and abundant native bird life. Bring a picnic basket, plan a day trip- it's a place where people of all ages can relax and enjoy our legends in beautiful parklands.

Local pick up, tour booking and fully catered formal and informal function packages available year round.

Living Legends is an excellent destination for day trips or corporate functions.

Living Legends is an ideal destinations for all ages- schools, service clubs, and community groups. For more details visit the website.

Woodlands Drive
Greenvale, VIC, 3059

Located 16.8K from Clarkefield

Woodlands Historic Park

Woodlands Historic Park provides a fascinating glimpse of the landscapes and wildlife seen by European settlers in the 1840s. The park has a 150-year old homestead, Indigenous canoe trees, native woodland and grassland. The fenced 'Back Paddock' is a great spot to see kangaroos, birds and other wildlife.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Somerton Rd
Greenvale, VIC, 3059

Located 17.0K from Clarkefield

Clarkefield: Events

Commonground Festival

Commonground Festival is about working together to make the world a better place and having one heck of a good time along the way. On 95 acres of rejuvenated bushland one hour north of Melbourne.

Featuring: Frank Yamma /?Dallas Frasca / Emily Wurrumara / The Deans / Sugar Fed Leopards / The Seven Ups / 8 Foot Felix / Deep Street Soul / Quantum Milkshake + more to be announced.

Complimenting the music makers on the stage will be top quality workshops, delicious food and a beautiful sense of connection.

Event Dates
      18th Nov
      19th Nov
      20th Nov

Puckapunyal, VIC, 3661

Located 4.1K from Clarkefield

Kokoda Challenge Melbourne

Teams of two,three or four people trek either 15km or 30km through the gorgeous Dandenong Ranges of Victoria.

Two School Challenges are available and are both named after Kokoda legends: The 15km Peter Holloway Cup and the 30km Alan Kanga Moore Cup. Will your team be one to leave with this prestigious trophy.

Starting in the valley at Ferntree Gully National Park, the route encompasses the Kokoda Memorial Walk and tests your stamina on the 1000 steps. You will find that the continuing ascents are not without reward. When reaching the summit you will take in breathtaking views of Melbourne City and the Silvan Reservoir.

The Kokoda Challenge Melbourne is the main fundraiser for the Melbourne branch of The Kokoda Youth Foundation's On the Right Track Youth Program.

Event Dates
      23rd Oct

Ferntree Gully Picnic Grounds
Ferntree Gully, VIC, 4214

Located 4.4K from Clarkefield

Husqvarna Motorcycles Wildwood Rock Extreme Enduro

The Husqvarna Motorcycles Wildwood Rock Extreme Enduro showcases Australia's best off road motorcycle riders. The one day event starts off with riders pushing themselves against the clock for the best starting position for the main event.

Once the main event starts the top 100 riders will battle for three hours on the hardest course Australia has to offer. Spectators get a chance to get up and close to the action all day with riders aiming to takeout their class or the outright win for the PRO class, as well as earn themselves a finishing medal for the day.

With many displays from the event sponsors you can experience the best part of off-road motorcycling and it is only 15 minutes from the Melbourne Airport.

Once at the event spectators have the option to take a shuttle bus from the man made prologue course to the heart of the natural terrain filled with rocks that the riders will endure throughout the three hours.

For further information, visit the website.

Event Dates
      6th Nov
      6th Nov
      5th Nov

227 Feehans Road
Wildwood, VIC, 3429

Located 7.9K from Clarkefield

Buddhist Spring Festival and Ceremony for World Peace

The Peaceful Land of Joy Meditation Centre features a magnificent traditional temple with 10 acres of beautiful gardens renowned for their peace and serenity.

The festival offers: Daily Buddhist philosophy talks with guided meditation, ceremony for World Peace 12 noon Saturday - keynote speaker is Smiling Mind co-founder and author of Mindfulness Made Easy, James Tutton, tours of the Tibetan temple and beautiful gardens, a market, enjoyment shop and fundraising bookstall, as well as children's and adults' meditation sessions each day.

Facility charge for talks is $10 for one, $15 for two and $20 for three or four talks a day. Temple tours are $5. Photo exhibition and garden tours are free. All proceeds support the temple and gardens.

Event Dates
      5th Nov
      6th Nov

1425 Mickleham Road
Yuroke, VIC, 3063

Located 14.7K from Clarkefield

Open Garden at Waterview, Macedon

Visit an elegant country garden in the foothills of Mt Macedon.

Waterview is bursting with spring flowers and crab apple, cherry and other fruit tree blossoms.

Discover the azaleas beneath the wisteria arbour and relax by the large ornamental pool.

A delightful garden to enjoy with a picnic with friends and family.

Event Dates
      23rd Oct

36 Hedderwick Lane
Macedon, VIC, 3440

Located 17.7K from Clarkefield

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