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Address: 96 McLelland Road, Erica, Victoria 3825
Mobile: 0414 537 267
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: silvertopcottages.com.au
Situated midway between Erica and Rawson, and a short drive from Walhalla, Silvertop Cottages is a great place to relax and escape from the pressures of your working week. Silvertop Cottages offer three individual cottages nestled amongst the forest.Set in 12 acres of private forest, these storybook cottages have been individually designed and positioned to enhance the experience and enjoyment, whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or family holiday, you will feel as if one of these cottages has been designed just for you. Countless walking tracks lead directly from the cottages into the surrounding State Forests. You can chose to stroll or ride along the ridge and pass through ferny gullies down towards the Mill Pond and on into Erica. Alternatively you can follow the rail trail through the forest towards Thomson and on to Walhalla,which ever route you decide to enjoy you can always count on being accompanied by stunning scenery. Bring the family and introduce them to some of the heritage and local history in Walhalla, Cooper's Creek and surrounds. The newly completed South Face Road means Mt Baw Baw is now an easy drive from Silvertop Cottages, allowing you to enjoy the excitement of downhill skiing, or some fun whilst playing in the snow. Further on, Mt St Gwinear has some stunning cross-country skiing to offer.Can't decide what to do? Then sit back, relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the forest, rest out on the balcony or enjoy a snooze on the couch. How you enjoy your stay is up to you.Your friendly hosts Julie and Noel McWilliams look forward to welcoming you for your stay in this idyllic forest retreat.
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Standard ratePer night. Minimum of two nights.
Standard ratePer night. Minimum two nights.
Cancellations within seven days of arrival date will incur loss of deposit if cottage cannot be re-booked.
A section of the Australian Alps Walking Track that leads to a maze of giant granite tors rising from the forest.
Climb through snow gum woodland to the top of Mt Baw Baw.
Follow the Thomson River upstream on one side and return on the other, looking for remains of the old Walhalla tramways.
Walhalla, a rich gold producer for 50 years, is a remote and picturesque mountain township. It is hard to imagine a more difficult site for a town...
Ride through magnificent forests and enjoy views of the Thomson River along part of the narrow gauge railway route that once ran from Moe to Walhalla.
Follow an old timber tramline with flora, fauna, historic gold mines and great views of Walhalla.
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