Discover the best top things to do in Kyneton, Australia including Piper Street, Blackhill Reserve, Works of Art, Kyneton Ridge Estate, The Kyneton Farmer's Market, Turpins Falls, Kyneton Botanical Gardens, Kyneton Mineral Springs Reserve, Lauriston Press, Our Lady of the Rosary Church.
Restaurants in Kyneton
4 based on 128 reviews
This was the most amazing eating experience. The staff were so welcoming and very knowledgeable and the food was just sensational. The restaurant itself is warm and inviting with some great artwork on the wall. We had the degustation menu and this did no disappoint just sensational.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
This afternoon went for an enjoyable walk around the circuit walk at Blackhill Reserve. We were fortunate in seeing a troop of kangaroos. It is so nice to see that the reclamation over the last 30 years has been so successful. Next time I will walk the ridge walk and see the rock formations more closely.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Works of Art in Kyneton's main street is a large gallery to showcase and sell the diverse work of 19 talented local visual artists, one hour from Melbourne. Includes rare museum-quality Banks' Florilegium botanical prints from Captain Cook's voyage of discovery, 1768-71, the first voyage around the world and finest print run of the 20th century. Also Daniel Butterworth's work, 2016 Archibald Portrait Prize finalist. Free entry, tours, bus parking. Daily 10 am to 5 pm.
A remarkable gallery in Kyneton featuring the works of several notable local artists, including paintings, sculpture, ceramics and photography. The gallery is also currently displaying a selection of fine prints from Joseph Banks' Florilegium, a collection of exquisite paintings of the plants collected by Banks...MoreThanks for the feedback. Hope to see you in the gallery again. Regards, Robyn Works of Art
4 based on 20 reviews
Kyneton Ridge is famous for award winning Pinot Noir and Shiraz. Come to our cellar door to sample and buy a great selection of wines. Our cellar door is open Sat, Sun and most public holidays 11am-5pm (other times by appointment). We have light meals on weekends, including wood fired pizza and scrumptious home made cakes. Grinders Coffee served or buy wine by the glass. Sit back and relax with some of the best views in the region, over our vines and all the way to Castlmaine on a clear day.Kyneton Ridge is only 10 minutes from the town of Kyneton. Just look for the sign 10kms down Edgecombe Road.
Came here for lunch on a wine tour yesterday. While the grounds boast amazing views on an amazing property the service was disappointing to say the least. We were provided with pizzas and a bottle of red wine. Pizzas were nice but nothing out of the ordinary. More surprisingly we were not offered a tasting at all! We were provided with a bottle to share with lunch, but I wanted a white instead of a red. Not only was I required to purchase it, despite not offering a different option with lunch, I wasn't even offered a tasting at all for a glass to purchase.
I enjoy tasting and purchasing wine, however as no one was offered a tasting (out of 11 adults) no one purchased anything.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This is a small farmers market with the usual range of organic vegetables and boutique produce. With a makers market a few doors down the road selling local handmade goods, and plenty of interesting shops and cafes to explore in Piper Street, the market adds to a very pleasant morning exploring Kyneton.
4 based on 16 reviews
Turpins Falls take a bit of work to find & be prepared to travel on unsealed roads. There is a small car park but no picnic or toilet facilities. Disappointingly there was a lot of rubbish littering the place and graffiti on every sign & post. Lots of warnings about the cliffs being unstable & to not jump into the water due to past deaths. A tree had come down over part of the track on the way down leaving branches to climb over and a fence half fallen. The falls themselves are quite pretty and it's almost surprising to find such an attraction in the middle of paddocks & farms. It's just unfortunate that this area isn't better maintained.
4 based on 11 reviews
There are not many attractions in Kyneton but the Botanical Gardens are conveniently close to the downtown area. No admission fee. They are not elaborate but still well maintained and quite nice for walks and picnics. Blooms were underway for our visit in mid-November. It also overlooks the Campaspe River and there is a River Walk trail. A pleasant setting to enjoy nature and walking or a family outing.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Travelling along Piper street exiting Kyneton you take a couple of minute drive until you will find this little gem of a stop. Directly opposite the Shell petrol station is a small park, where you can hand pump so real Kyneton mineral spring water.
It does taste different but you can really feel the bubbles and taste the minerals. Take a cup and even a bottle to bring some home.
5 based on 5 reviews
As you walk in you are immersed on all sides with glorious colour and original prints. The most memorable for me were the charming cottage garden or field flower prints framed on the wall and the whimsical sculpture featuring a delighted woman with birds fluttering on her arms. You need a generous budget to bring some of these artistic treasures home.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
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