Less than two hours from Melbourne, Beaufort is home to small cafes and eateries serving local produce and homemade treats, some accompanied by the fine wines the region is known for.
At Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens you will be treated to a private, high level self-catered accommodation. It is set in a large historic garden, designed by Edna Walling in the 1920's.
In Beaufort, Pyrenees Pantry showcases local produce & giftware in a cosy cafe atmosphere.
Beaufort is also renowned for its craft and antique shops that display and sell beautifully crafted pieces and unique collections. Beaufort Lake provides the opportunity for many activities from fishing, boating, skiing and swimming. Around its shores you’ll find a network of walking tracks and exercise equipment – a perfect way to stretch your legs and walk off the delights of the town’s cafes!
The Mount Buangor State Park and the Mount Cole State Forest are just west of Beaufort and known for hiking, mountain and dirt bike riding, four-wheel driving, hang gliding and paragliding.