From the '2 Chef's Hats' Dining Room at the award winning Royal Mail Hotel, through to gourmet picnic supplies from the General Store, French pastries from the Dunkeld Old Bakery or homemade biscuits from Dunkeld Delights. You might be more interested in good old fashioned country style home cooking at Cafe 109 or the Mountain View Cafe. Whatever you prefer, Dunkeld has an impressive range of options to indulge.
The peaceful Dunkeld Arboretum offers an impressive collection of trees surrounding ornamental lakes and a sandstone meditative labyrinth. It can be found along the Salt Creek walk and is perfect for sunrise or sunset photography.
Have your children ever climbed a real mountain? Why not tackle The Picaninny, which is just a five minute drive from Dunkeld and a pleasant hour walk return via a very accessible track. Bigger kids might also enjoy the challenge of climbing Mt Sturgeon, for spectacular views.
The options for a Sunday Drive are endless, but arguably one of the most spectacular drives in the state is the road connecting Dunkeld to Halls Gap. With the Serra Range on one side, and the Mt William Range on the other, and plenty of wildlife and picnic spots along the way, it's sure to make a great day out. On your return trip, why not go via the alternative route over Mirranatwa Gap and through the pastoral haven of the Victoria Valley.
There are a range of fine establishments serving coffee in Dunkeld, each offering a unique atmosphere and experience. Why not capture your misty mountain brew, your to-die-for coffee and cake, or an after dinner espresso indulgence with us on Instagram. Hashtag #goodcoffeedunkeld and #discoverdunkeld.
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The Dunkeld Kindergarten is very excited to announce a more challenging M2M Fun Run in 2015. Drawing on the expertise of local ultramarathon runner, Derek Prentice, this year's event will offer a greater range of challenges for serious trail runners and shorter courses around the picturesque township for families to enjoy.