How to get to Trentham

Trentham is a very special township nestled at the very top of the Great Dividing Range mid-way between Woodend and the Spa Country of Daylesford, approximately one hour from Melbourne.

 

The town’s location in between the Macedon Ranges and the Spa Country at the edge of the Wombat State Forest makes it the perfect base to explore the many attractions of these areas. Trentham is only a stones throw from all the sites and experiences this renowned region has to offer.

Within a twenty-minute radius lay the wonderful towns of Daylesford, Hepburn Springs, Kyneton, Woodend and Mount Macedon.  Slightly further afield are the historic goldfields towns of Castlemaine, Malmsbury, Maldon, Ballarat and Bendigo.  From bushwalking, hiking or picnicking in the Wombat State Forest and Lerderderg State Park, galleries, antiques, nurseries, wineries, cafes, award-winning restaurants, country pubs, markets and festivals, enough experiences to fill a day, weekend or even a month.  Play a round of golf or view the magnificent waterfall.

Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend in the country indulging in the many gourmet delights and wines offered by the region, or more active outdoor pursuits like riding or bushwalking in the Wombat State Forest, Trentham has it all!

Directions to Trentham township

Trentham is a little over an hour’s drive from Melbourne, and there are two direct routes to choose from:

1. Via the Bolte Bridge travelling via “Citylink” and exiting onto the Calder Freeway M79, then exiting towards Woodend C324 and travel towards Daylesford via Woodend, then Trentham C317.

2. Via the “Westgate Freeway M1” over the Westgate Bridge, then travelling via the Western Freeway M8, then exiting onto Blackwood Rd.  Continue along this road and you will arrive at Trentham.

Directions to Trentham Manor

17 Walters Street, Trentham (corner of Moody Street)

Cross the bridge coming into Trentham and then take the first turn on the left which is  Bowen Street; continue along and cross through the T intersection.  As you go a little further, you will see a beautiful park with a rotunda – Trentham Manor is the white house in the distance, almost opposite the rotunda.

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