Hepburn Springs Holidays & Travel Guide

Located just over an hour’s drive north-west of Melbourne, Hepburn Springs is famous as a mineral spring and luxury day spa hotspot. Situated at the foot of the Great Dividing Range, Hepburn Springs is close enough for a day trip, however many people choose to enjoy this relaxing region on an extended stay and soak up its pampering properties. Home to the largest concentration of mineral springs in Australia, Hepburn Springs has plenty of health-giving properties as well as stunning natural attractions and indulgent food and wine experiences to boot.


Hepburn Springs accommodation offers an indulgent and relaxing of resorts, retreats and hotels, all with a firm focus on maintaining the region’s reputation as ‘spa country’. Ideal for a romantic escape with someone special, Hepburn Springs accommodation offers a fantastic range of rooms and all the facilities you’d expect including, unsurprisingly, onsite massage services and day spas. Enjoying an intimate and relaxed atmosphere, these Hepburn Springs accommodation options also boast a gourmet range of bars and restaurants and are surrounded by breathtaking natural attractions and hinterland.

Hepburn Springs Holiday Packages

Hepburn Springs holiday packages are the ideal way to enjoy a relaxed getaway in ‘spa country’. Save time and money during the planning and booking process with these Hepburn Springs holiday packages that allow you to take care of all your holiday needs before you leave. Combining everything from the essentials like accommodation with option inclusions like car hire or flights, tours, transfers, meals, travel insurance and more, all you need to do is sit back, relax and enjoy your pampering holiday. Offering significant savings, these holiday packages also benefit from exclusive access to a range of complimentary inclusions such as free nights, room upgrades, breakfast daily, activities and more.


Although the most popular attractions in Hepburn Springs are the day spas and health retreats, the region is still home to a variety of other attractions including antique dealers, art galleries, boutique shops, fine dining restaurants, gourmet cafes and stunning natural attractions. Nearby Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges also offers a great range of attractions that provide the perfect option for a day trip including the Sunbury wine growing region, spectacular views of Port Phillip Bay and famous Hanging Rock. There’s also the beautiful Hepburn Regional Park home to vibrant wildflowers and wildlife, and the 16km Tipperary Track leading to Hepburn Pool, the Blowhole, Sailors Falls and famous Mount Franklin. The Historic Village Walk is also a popular attraction featuring restored Edwardian, Victorian and Art Deco buildings including the 1864 Villa Parma and 1859 Old Macaroni Factory.

Getting to Hepburn Springs

It seems that all roads lead from Melbourne to Hepburn Springs, making getting to Hepburn Springs easy regardless of whether you plan on driving or catching public transport. Just an hour northwest of the city, Hepburn Springs is easily accessible from Melbourne along the Western, Hume and Calder Highways and Tullamarine Freeway via the Macedon Ranges and Daylesford. Once you arrive, there are plenty of back roads that wind their way through the local wineries, art galleries, secluded retreats, cafes and country pubs. There are also a number of V/Line rail services that operate into nearby Daylesford and Hepburn Springs with local bus companies servicing the train stations and major towns.