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Onsite FacilitiesWombat Corner' caters for groups up to 95 and consists of a main building which was originally a hills guest house and a number of cabins in close proximity.
It is a welcoming place with a big open fire in the spacious lounge area with comfortable chairs. Down stairs in our games room you will find pool, soccer, table tennis and air hockey tables. A TV with DVD player is also available. There is a separate dining room and wash room equipped with a commercial dishwasher. Our outdoor BBQ area provides a pleasant alternative as a place to eat.
There is also a recreation hall with a stage and disco lights suitable for concerts, discos and other indoor activities/games.
The bedrooms/cabins are various sizes ranging from five to eighteen beds. All have ensuites or bathrooms under one roof. They are all carpeted and heated in cold weather.
Emerald Lake ParkEmerald Lake Park is adjacent to Wombat Corner's property and as such gives you or your camp lots of additional opportunities. Emerald Lake Park is 60 hectares in size and has two lakes. The main lake (Treganawan) is large enough for kayaking, has a stock of trout for fishing and paddleboats. Beside the lake there is a chlorinated swimming pool and waterslides (that operate in the summer season) as well as many BBQ and picnic spots.
A range of environment types are found within the park. Lush fern gullies, Stands of deciduous European trees, Open grassland and typical Australian bush. A range of walking tracks dissects all of these enviroments.
We are 5km from Bunyip State Park, Kirth Kiln State Park and Shiprock Falls. In these parks we can run abseiling, caving, hiking, nature walks and mountain biking The Upper Yarra river is 20 minutes drive and weather permitting rafting or white water paddling is available.
Puffing BillyThe original Puffing Billy railway was one of four low-cost narrow gauge lines construdted in Victoria at the beginning of the century to open up remote areas for settlement. The present line between Belgrave and Gembrook is the major part of the the 29km gauge line which operated between Upper Fern Tree Gully and Gembrook from 1900-195. In that year a landslide blocked the track and becasue of sustained operating losses, the line was closed.
Lakeside station is only 100 meters from our front door which makes it a great option for a day trip. Many different ideas are availble to fit in your journey and your stay at Wombat Corner. When you book your stay please talk to us about a trip on Puffing Billy, Australia's Premier Steam Railway.
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