Camperdown Mill 3-5 Curdie Street, Camperdown, 3260

The Mill is located off the Princes highway in the quiet, heritage listed precinct of Curdie Street, overlooking an avenue of oaks. 
500m east of the Clock Tower & Post Office. *Reception for The Camperdown Mill is run from the Boudicca Bar & Café in The Commercial Hotel, 115 Manifold Street, Camperdown (Princes Highway) – the first hotel on the left if you are arriving from Melbourne, Port Campbell or Ballarat. The last hotel on the right if arriving from the direction of Terang, Warrnambool or Port Fairy.

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A 200m short stroll takes you to Manifold Street and the town´s hotels, cafés & stores. The Railway Station is within 750m. 
Melbourne 130 mins. Ballarat, Geelong and Hamilton 75 mins. Warrnambool 45 mins, 
Colac 30 min, Port Campbell 35 mins.

Camperdown has strong heritage connections,
excellent sporting & recreational amenities. Lakes for aquatic sports and fishing are within a few minutes drive, 
as is the panoramic lakeside golf course.

Easy day trips include The Great Ocean Road, The Otway´s National Park,
 coastal villages (Port Fairy, Port Campbell etc.), The Goldfields, The Grampians and The Wine Regions of Great Western and Geelong.

Camperdown sits beside Mount Leura & Mount Sugarloaf – part of a large volcanic complex known as the Leura Maar which was formed more than 20,000 years ago by a series of major volcanic eruptions. The reserve is part of the Kanawinka Geopark. For more information about the Mt Leura & Mt Sugarloaf Reserve visit – great walking trails only a short walk from The Mill!