Dunkeld was named after a town in the Scottish Grampians and has enjoyed a stellar revival in the last 15 years.
You will find an Arboretum at the end of a pleasant walk along the small creek through town or for the more vigorous visitor, a hike up Mount Sturgeon, Mount Abrupt or the Piccaninny will provide great views of the entire Southern Grampians Range.
Dunkeld has a fascinating history documented at the Dunkeld Museum, a must-visit to anyone coming to Dunkeld.
Dunkeld is quite simply spoilt with accommodation options. From the community Caravan Park to the ultra-modern eco-Lodges, traditional Bed and Breakfast to log cabins. It is no wonder more people are choosing to stay in Dunkeld as a base for a Grampians adventure.
Activities nearby include arts and crafts, birdwatching, bushwalking, dining, historic sites, museums, native animal spotting, open gardens, photography, scenic drives, wine tasting, events and festivals.