In the beautiful spa country
Please Note: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is closed until further notice.
Bookings can still be made for later in the year or 2021.
cabins, caravans, campsites
Kiosk & Cafe
A family friendly holiday park in Victoria’s stunning Macedon ranges
Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is the hidden gem for holiday makers and visitors to Daylesford and Hepburn Springs in Victoria’s spa country.
Snuggled in a pretty valley on the shores of Jubilee Lake, about 2.5 km from the heart of Daylesford, the Holiday Park is a welcoming haven for visitors, whether camping or glamping, away from the bustle of the popular Daylesford cafe strip. A brisk uphill stroll will get you into town and ready for a hearty morning brunch.
An easy 90 minute drive from Melbourne’s CBD, Daylesford is a popular destination for weekends or short breaks, and is at the very heart of the Central Highlands Spa Country’s culinary, cultural and historical attractions.
This makes the Jubilee Lake Holiday Park the perfect destination for families or couples, and there’s a wide range of accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets. It’s a long-weekend favourite and a very popular picnic site on a sunny Sunday. Come up soon for a visit, you’ll be glad you did.
Wide selection of accommodation options
Deluxe cabins, ensuite family cabins, onsite caravans (including pet-friendly), camping sites, powered and unpowered caravan sites
On Site Vans
Caravan & Camping Sites
Two to choose from. Very popular with couples.
- Sleeps 2
- Separate bedroom with Queen Bed
- Lounge & kitchen
- Outdoor fireplace
- Parking adjacent
Price Per Night
From $160 low season
From $180 high season
Standard Ensuite 2 BR Cabin
Choice of 2
- Private Bathroom, Lounge and full kitchen
- Bunk bed with Double bed bottom bunk
- Outdoor fire place
- Parking adjacent
- Sleeps up to 8 people
Price Per Night
From $140 Low Season
From $160 High Season
Family Ensuite cabin
Includes bed linen & towels
- Private Bathroom
- Two Queen Beds
- Sleeps up to 8
Price Per Night For 1-2 People
Simple accommodation. No bathroom. Use Amenities Block.
Price Per Night
Food & Drink
On-Site Cafe & Kiosk
Kitchen Essentials in our Kiosk
Pick up the daily essentials for a relaxed care-free stopover. There’s also a wide selection of icecreams, drinks and treats to keep the kids happy, and you can hire canoes & paddleboats.
Coffee, Tea & Assorted Beverages
In true Daylesford style, here you can relax with a barista-style coffee or chilled soft drink with oven fresh pies, pastries and other delicious homemade snacks.
Catch up on world events, and check your email over a delicious coffee and cake in our cafe.
Just visit our cafe/kiosk with your connected device to keep in touch the world.
Plenty of onsite parking available for our guests and daily visitors.
We have a pet-friendly onsite van available and dogs are welcome when on leads.
Onsite laundry for the use of all our guests.
Kitchen & Dining Facilities
Modern communal kitchen and fully resourced dining for guests.
BBQs, campfires and firepits scattered throughout the park.
Indulge in swimming, fishing or paddleboating on beautiful Jubilee Lake.
A safe place for the kids to play, close to the kiosk/cafe. Kick back with a cool drink and keep an eye on the kids.
RV Sewage Dump
For our RV guests, we’ve got your back.
Check In & Check Out
Check in any time from 2pm, and check out by 10am.
The managing committee are committed to the safety and enjoyment of all guests and residents
Location & Nearby Attractions
At the very heart of central Victoria, amid lush forests in the world-famous goldfields, the twin towns of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs are a popular destination for travellers from around the country and the world. And the Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is the perfect base from which to explore this fabulous region.
Food and Wine
Dine on food so fresh it comes straight from the paddock to your plate at restaurants in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges. Frock up for exquisitely prepared local produce at Daylesford’s Lake House or find a comfy corner to enjoy the Farmers Arms and Daylesford Hotel’s gastropub’s restaurant-quality tucker. Indulge in a Japanese banquet at hatted Kazuki’s at the Raglan, or be tempted by tapas at Perfect Drop.
Savour preserves and produce on the shelves of Cliffy’s and city-quality espresso at Buffalo Girls Coffee Bar. Walk along Kyneton’s Piper Street and be lured by menus featuring regional produce. Dig into the contemporary cuisines of Kyneton’s Royal George Hotel, Annie Smithers’ Bistrot, Mr Carsisi, Monsieur Pierre, and Little Swallow Café. Sate your appetite as you travel around the region, making a beeline for Olive Jones in Macedon, Du Fermier, Coliban Foodstore and The Cosmopolitan in Trentham, and Maloa House Gourmet Delights and Village Larder in Woodend.
Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges boasts more than 60 mineral springs, largely concentrated around the villages of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs. Rich in magnesium, calcium and silica, among other minerals, the region’s springs are believed to cure all sorts of afflictions, from acne to arthritis.
Trace the waters from the spas in Daylesford and Hepburn Springs to their sources in Sailors Falls, Mount Franklin, the Blowhole and the Hepburn Pool at Hepburn Regional Park. Picnic under the period rotunda at Kyneton Mineral Springs Reserve and use the old pump to sample the famed mineral water.
The Convent Gallery in Daylesford has had many lives since it was built in the 1860’s including the private residence for the Gold Commissioner, a convent and then boarding school for nearly 100 years. Left in disrepair, the site was purchased by artist Tina Banitska in 1989 who, over the past 15 years has tirelessly and meticulously restored the building uniting history, spirituality, art and culture all under one roof.
The Convent houses seven galleries featuring work by over 100 local, national and international artists, featuring fine art, sculpture, limited edition prints, ceramics, glassware and textiles, the exhibition program, changing every eight weeks, showcases a diverse array of traditional and contemporary artwork.
Ballarat and Bendigo are also home to some of this country’s best fine art galleries. Both worth a drive to experience the history and grandeur of the glory days of the goldrush era.
Relax and rejuvenate in Daylesford, Victoria’s spa capital. Indulge on the shores of Lake Daylesford at Salus Spa which is nestled amongst the lush gardens of the Lake House Hotel offering a treetop spa experience and award winning dining. Spend a day rejuvenating body and mind in the natural mineral waters of the original Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa welcoming locals and travellers since 1895. Take some time out at the beautiful art deco Peppers Mineral Springs Hotel which has the onsite mineral spa, luxury spa rooms and villas, and sophisticated dining at The Argus Dining Room.
Parks & Gardens
In this green region visitors can experience lush tranquil forests, rolling farmland, and naturally, water – waterfalls, streams and mineral springs. Take a tour of the region’s impressive botanic gardens, which you’ll find even in the smaller towns including Malmsbury, Kyneton and Daylesford’s Wombat Hill. See Gisborne’s botanical garden’s contemporary Maori theme, inspired by its New Zealand sister city.
Visit some of the beautiful gardens such as Lavandula in Daylesford and Yuulong Lavender Estate in Mount Egerton. And last but definitely not least, make your way to the mysterious Hanging Rock and clamber over the cavernous, bizarrely perched boulders and imagine yourself as part of the Picnic at Hanging Rock adventures.
Further afield (less than an hour’s drive), visit Ballarat and marvel at the stunning botanical gardens on the shores of Lake Wendouree.
Visit Daylesford in Style
Check for a Vacancy!
The park is very popuar during traditional holiday periods. Ensure you get accommodated. Book Today.