Travel back in time with Sovereign Hill Hotel and experience the golden days of old during the 1850s gold rush period. Combining contemporary accommodation with all the modern comforts and facilities, Sovereign Hill offers the thrill of a recreated 1857 Ballarat Government Camp.
Accommodation at Sovereign Hill Hotel offers a choice of 43 rooms designed to resemble the guest houses of old, yet all enjoy the comforts of modern society including air conditioning, TV, WiFi internet access and private bathrooms.
Located an hour and a half northwest of Melbourne, Sovereign Hill Hotel offers an accommodation experience like no other including the opportunity to pan for real gold, witness the spectacle of a $160,000 gold pour and see demonstrations by tinsmiths, blacksmiths, bakers and confectioners.
Accommodation at Sovereign Hill Hotel offers a choice 43 rooms.
Governor's Room: Bedding is 1 King Bed
Sovereign Room: Bedding is 1 Queen Bed + 1 Sofa Bed
Colonial Room: Bedding is 1 Queen Bed + Bunk Beds
Family Room: Bedding is 2 Queen Beds + Bunk Beds
Dining options include two eateries, three bars and the famous Hope Bakery.
Blood on the Southern Cross
Clever use of fantastic special sound and lighting effects stirs the imagination. The thunder of galloping horses on a licence hunt, the roar of fire as the Eureka Hotel blazes, the murmur of 500 diggers as they swear allegiance to their flag and the fearful clamour of that fateful battle at the Stockadeon in the Ballarat goldfields tells the story of the Eureka Rebellion.
Children: Extra person charges may apply
Check In: 2.00 pm
Check Out: 10.00 am
Address: 39 Magpie Street, Ballarat, Victoria