Hole 3 sponsor
Kilmore Caravan Park
108 – 110 Northern Highway,
Phone 03 5782 1508
Fax 03 5782 0055
Hosts – Peter & Robyn Soulsby
Our Caravan Park offers very comfortable 1 or 2 bedroom en suite cabins which are all very well equipped with split system air-conditioning, flat screen TV’s, cooking facilities and electric blankets. Linen is provided in our Deluxe cabins, for our Standard cabins linen can be hired or you can bring your own.
For the caravanners and campers we have spacious powered and unpowered sites, some of which are drive thru. We have a well equipped camp kitchen and BBQ area, clean amenities and coin laundry.
Our park is dog friendly but dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. No pets allowed in our cabins.
Friday & Saturday nights and Public Holidays
1 Bedroom Cabin – $100 (double) per night plus $10 per extra person
2 bedroom Cabin – $115 per night plus $10 per extra person
Sunday – Thursday
1 bedroom Cabin – $90 per night (double) plus $10 per extra person
2 bedroom Cabin – $105 per night plus $10 per extra person
Note – All our deluxe cabins have a foldout couch to cater for an extra person.
Some have a single bunk as well.
Weekly rates also available.
1 bedroom Cabin plus bunks – $65 per night (double) plus $10 per extra person
Linen can be hired $20 for a double bed pack and $10 for a single bed pack.
Weekly rates available
Long term accommodation on application.
Kilmore is a small historic town situated about 60 kms north of Melbourne between Wallan and Heathcote, on the Northern Highway to Echuca. It is an important racing and trotting centre and annually hosts the Kilmore Cup and the Kilmore Pacing Cup.
There are several fine restaurants and cafes, antique shops, farmers markets and wineries to visit during your stay as well as bakeries, take away shops, hotels and supermarkets.
There several major sporting facilities including the scenic Kilmore Golf Club and the Kilmore Racing Club which hosts a multitude of events including the acclaimed Kilmore Cup held in February each year and the Kilmore Pacing Cup held in October each year.
A farmers market is held on the last Saturday of every month at Hudson Park.
The Celtic Festival is held on the last weekend in June each year. The festival is a tribute to the early Celtic settlers which shaped Kilmore and features folk and Celtic music, markets, musical instrument workshops and dance.
The Antique Fair is held every year in mid October.
The Tramway Museum – located south of Kilmore at Bylands, the museum is open every Sunday and allows visitors to ride a heritage electric tramcar and view a tramcar collection.
The Old Kilmore Gaol, which dates back to 1859, is situated in Sutherland Street and offers guided tours with displays and memorabilia.
Monument Hill, located a few kilometres to the east of town, is a fauna and flora reserve that includes a monument to explorers Hume and Hovell in the form of a bluestone lookout tower which offers scenic views towards Kilmore and the surrounding countryside
As one of Victoria’s oldest inland towns, Kilmore features a collection of historic buildings including the post office (built in 1863), Court House (1864) and former police barracks (1892). However, one of the most striking of Kilmore’s public buildings is the former Kilmore Town Hall which was built in 1894 and features a decorative facade with enormous Corinthian pillars. The oldest surviving house in Kilmore is Whitburgh Cottage, which was constructed from bluestone in 1853. The cottage is located in Piper Street and now houses a museum which features items of 19th century culture.
The Kilmore Creek runs parallel to the highway and it features parkland, shady spots and walking tracks along much of its length.