The Camperdown Mill

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3-5 Curdie Street, Camperdown, VIC, 3260
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The Camperdown Mill is unique, luxurious, self-contained accommodation; studio apartments, suites and guesthouses.

Located just a few blocks to Camperdown’s main street with its beautiful elm tree avenue, gothic clocktower, delightful cafes, boutiques, antique and old-wares, secondhand and collectible shops.

The renovated historic mill buildings, 1868, boast balconies with oak avenue views, mezzanine and attic bedrooms, private roof terraces and wide verandas, all nestled in an elegant garden setting.

The Camperdown Mill is an ideal country retreat for business or pleasure. Excellent business facilities are provided for those who need an office/home in transit. Guesthouses and cottages set the scene for relaxing family holidays. For couples seeking a tranquil, romantic setting there are unique deluxe apartments.

Camperdown has sporting and recreational amenities. Lakes for aquatic sports and fishing are within a few minutes drive, as is the panoramic lakeside golf course. The Botanic Gardens and Mt Leura’s hilltop drive are great places to view the surrounding area and sunsets. Easy day trips include the Great Ocean Road, The Otway National Park, coastal villages, the Goldfields, Grampians and the wine regions of Great Western and Geelong.

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Facilities

  • Barbeque
  • Family Friendly
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Spa/Sauna
  • Free Wifi

Accessibility

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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