Our first stop was Trentham. Every town is known for something and my impression of Trentham is that it is known for animal statues. They were every where. For example a cafe had its own vehicle and on that vehicle was a wombat.
We stopped at a cafe (the only one that was open in Trentham at the time) and Inspector Climate got some Kefir (which I always associated with milk-y yogurt-y like substance but was actually a fizzy soda) which came in this bottle. I love the ingredients.
We also stopped by the Trentham falls which were kind surprisingly pretty. Rainbows!
While we waited for the Climates to have their massages Inspector Climate and I wandered down to the Lake in Daylesford. We sat on a little dock and watched the ducks.
I've recently become smitten with door ways and doors. I'm hoping it's an affliction that will pass shortly.
Daylesford is/was known for its mineral water and here is Inspector Climate tasting it.
The Breakfast and Beer. I just loved this little building on the main street of Daylesford.
On our way home we stopped at the Chocolate Mill which claims to have the best hot chocolate in Victoria. With a claim like that, we knew we'd be ordering a
I really liked Daylesford and would love to explore it more. Especially the farm stands (although from asking people most of them are actually wineries which interests me less). It was a great day trip from Melbourne.