The quickest way to reach A Camelot Tower and Penthouse from Melbourne International Airport is to drive along the City Link tollway into Melbourne.
Stay on City Link as it crosses the Bolte Bridge and follow the sign to the "South Eastern Suburbs". Proceed through the Burnley Tunnel, remaining on City
Link as it exits the tunnel (this road is known as the South Eastern or Monash Freeway). Continue travelling on this freeway to the exit for Ferntree Gully Road on your left, exit and travel along Ferntree Gully Road for about 8 kilometres, until you reach the intersection with Burwood Highway. Turn right at this intersection and travel about another 3 kilometres until you get to the base of the mountain, where you will see a "Mount Dandenong Tourist Road, Olinda" exit on your left. Take this exit and travel 10 kilometres to the top
of the Mountain, until you reach Olinda Village, where you will see the Cuckoo Restaurant on the right. Pass the Cuckoo Restaurant until you reach the Mt. Dandenong Hotel, which is also on the right hand side of the main highway. Opposite the Mt. Dandenong Hotel is Ridge Road, turn left and pass 3 shops and 3 houses. The first street on the left off Ridge Road is a private dirt road called Sunset Avenue, there is a number ‘9’ on a large white rock, next to the sign saying Camelot Tower & Penthouse.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
To reach A Camelot Tower and Penthouse by train, catch the Belgrave Line train from any of the city’s Railway Stations to Belgrave Station. Catch the US Bus Lines Bus Route 694 which will take you to Olinda Village at the top of the mountain. The bus stop is immediately outside the railway station. Once you reach Olinda, the bus will stop at the front of Kellie’s Bar, from here it is a six minute walk to Camelot Tower and Penthouse. Alternatively, you can catch a Lilydale bound train, get off at Croydon Railway Station and then catch a Ventura Bus Lines Bus Route 688, which also stops at the Kellie’s Bar restaurant.
There are many things to see and do around Camelot Tower and Penthouse. We are within walking distance from eight delightful restaurants and the craft shops of Olinda, the National Rhododendron Gardens, the challenging Olinda Golf Course and the Mt. Dandenong area. You may use our hideaway as your base for an exploration of the Yarra Valley wineries or a trip through the mountains on the famous Puffing Billy steam train. While staying with us, visit William Ricketts Sanctuary and explore the natural setting featuring mystical sculptures half hidden among ferns along the pathways. Olinda Golf Course and the Golfhouse cafe restaurant are also close by, majestically perched upon Melbourne's famous Dandenong ranges, and Olinda Golf Course and Barrachi Restaurant offer the best views in the mountains. Expansive views over Silvan Dam, the Yarra Valley and neighbouring mountain ranges stimulate the senses and revive the soul.