Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is the ideal place for a family holiday.
Jubilee Lake Holiday Park offers a wide range of accommodation options ranging from deluxe cabins, family ensuite cabins sleeping up to five, standard cabins, on-site caravans as well as powered and unpowered sites.
Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is pet friendly with open fires, barbecues, picnic and sporting facilities and plenty of room to move in a secluded bushland setting. There is an onsite kiosk and cafe stocking a range of daily essentials, a children's playground, fishing, paddleboat and canoeing facilities, nature walks and even an onsite mineral spring.
As a family holiday destination in the spa country, it has no peers.
Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is the hidden gem for holiday makers and visitors to Daylesford and Hepburn Springs in Victoria's spa country.
Snuggled in a pretty valley on the shores of Jubilee Lake, about 2.5 km from the heart of Daylesford, the Holiday Park is a welcoming haven for visitors, whether camping or glamping, away from the bustle of the popular Daylesford cafe strip. A brisk uphill stroll will get you into town and ready for a hearty morning brunch.
An easy 90 minute drive from Melbourne's CBD, Daylesford is a popular destination for weekends or short breaks, and is at the very heart of the Central Highlands Spa Country's culinary, cultural and historical attractions.
This makes the Jubilee Lake Holiday Park the perfect destination for families or couples, and there's a wide range of accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets. It's a long-weekend favourite and a very popular picnic site on a sunny Sunday. Come up soon for a visit, you'll be glad you did.
The Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is located at 151 Lake Road, Daylesford, a little over 2km from the centre of town. The park has 81 tourist sites and 30 of these are powered. The main feature of the park is Jubilee Lake and the large surrounding bushland and open spaces. Jubilee Lake was constructed in 1860 to supply water for the goldfields and for domestic purposes. It is now a popular spot for boating, picnicking and swimming.
The park is in a quiet location, is pet friendly and has won many awards for excellence in location and service. The friendly resident managers are Russell and Yvonne Prince.
The Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is managed by Jubilee Lake Co-operative, a body established in 2011. It’s a real family place and people just keep coming back.