Get ready for three days of family fun, adventures and memories in Ballarat.
Total distance: km
Fitness level : moderate
If soul-warming comfort food is what you want, Carboni’s Italian Kitchen is where to get it.
The menu features authentic Italian flavours made with fresh local produce.
The self-contained Lake Wendouree Luxury Apartments are ideal for both couples and families.
The mid-century Grove Street apartments are beautifully renovated with all of the luxuries you require, while the Webster Street apartments are located on one of Ballarat’s most exclusive tree-lined streets.
Fuel up for your big day ahead.
Think delicious coffee and big breakfasts, plus lots of options for the kiddos too.
Australia’s foremost outdoor museum, Sovereign Hill recreates Ballarat’s first ten years after the discovery of gold in 1851, when thousands of international adventurers rushed to the Australian goldfields in search of fortune.
It’s just like stepping back in time — from the hustle and bustle of Main Street where costumed ladies and gents parade their new-found wealth, to the excitement of the Red Hill Gully Diggings where you can pan for real gold.
Rest and replenish for your afternoon ahead at the delicious Yellow Espresso at the bottom of Sturt Street.
Sovereign Hill's new sound and light show, AURA, lets visitors explore space, delve into the Dreamtime and re-live Australia’s most important rebellion, all while travelling under the night sky.
Featuring hundreds of stunning projections, it takes guests of all ages on an adventure as they witness the creation and discovery of the world’s most precious metal, gold.
Which kid wouldn't love to start the day with rainbow pancakes topped with mini marshmallows, maple syrup and fresh fruit?
Tucked away in a CBD laneway, Hydrant Food Hall is a hip warehouse space complete with innovative seasonal menu.
Get up close and personal with the newest additions to the Ballarat Wildlife Park, Maneki and Satu the Sumatran tigers.
The duo is part of a global species management plan and are ambassadors for helping their cousins survive in the wild.
While at the park, you can also feed kangaroos and admire koalas, meerkats, little penguins and other Australian native animals.
Enjoy classic Italian with the whole family at The Forge Pizzeria.
Serving a selection of wood-fired pizzas, pasta and more, it's sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
The Willy Wonka of gelato stores, Il Piccolo Gelato's line-up features more than 100 artisan flavours, with up to 24 available each day.
Made using fresh milk, no artificial ingredients, colours or flavours, the range includes gelato and sorbetto (dairy-free and vegan).
The Ballarat Tramway Museum was formed to preserve the tramway experience that existed on the streets of Ballarat from 1887 to 1971.
Trams are operated along an original section of the Wendouree Parade track using authentic methods of operation.
Let the kids go wild at the enormous Lake Wendouree Adventure Playground.
A must-see and do for the kids and adults alike.