Hidden hamlets and hideaways are part of what makes Greatopia unique and we think it is the perfect place to slow down and focus on your well-being.
Hidden within the newly renovated Sunnymead Hotel in Aireys Inlet is the spa with a signature sunny style. Offering beautiful lounge areas, Vichy shower, Rasul, and bathhouse.
Also located within Sunnymead Hotel is the intimate Santara Restaurant. It brings together Asian and Indian-inspired dishes perfect for sharing with good company.
The Coast showcases local produce and artists with modern Australian dishes featuring locally sourced produce from the Great Ocean Road and Surf Coast regions.
Five-star service is delivered hand in hand with elegance, luxury, unique experiences and coastal holiday homes. We think this is a Greatopian match made in heaven.
Designed to rejuvenate, with luxurious treatments from highly trained therapists that awaken, revive and promote balance within the body.
Put your mind to ease while your body absorbs the health-restoring minerals of the natural geothermal water at Deep Blue Hot Springs.
The only 4.5 Star Accredited Self-Contained couple’s accommodation in Port Campbell offering guests serenity in the tranquil environment of the rural surrounds.
The Roost’s light-filled, well-appointed, country-styled cottages in the beachside rural setting of Johanna make it the perfect place to take a break.
Let nature refresh your soul at Redwoods Rest sits where sweeping views over farmlands, meet forests and the wild and everchanging Southern Ocean.
This guesthouse is all about getting away to the country to enjoy the fresh bush air, walks and waterfalls. Complete with long verandahs and boutique decor you won’t want to leave.
Whether you’re looking to reconnect with nature, indulge in spa treatments, or simply escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, there’s a luxury hideaway in Greatopia that’s perfect for you.
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