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lost THE GUIDE TO WHERE TO FIND IT lost magazine daylesford & surrounds February 2014 volume 13 issue 135

Established in 1974

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Pa s s i n g C l o u d s W i n ery & C ell a r d o o r 3 0 r oddas l ane M u sk, V ictor ia 3461 ( 5 m i n u tes from day lesf ord)

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Contents Lyonville Wood chop Jennie Brown and Bruce Millar Producer’s Day Love Your Sister Footloose at Eastern Peake Comedy night Antique and Collectables Fair Zombie Chess Peak-A-Boo Kyneton Music Festival RubaDub Sausage Nirvana The Jammin’ Divas ChillOut Gig guide February Winery guide Spa guide Market guide Gallery guide Restaurant and cafe guide Essentials

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lost - the guide to where to find it® is an independent monthly magazine circulating throughout Daylesford, Hepburn Springs, Musk, Trentham, Castlemaine, Woodend, Tylden, Kyneton, Creswick, Clunes & surrounds. ABN 42 869 766 339 Material herein constitutes information not advice. Publishers: lost magazine Design: Stefan Overzier Cover: Maldon Station by Stefan Overzier | Editor: Danni Petkovic Writer: Kathy Douglas

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Head to Lyonville chop chop

HOW much wood would a wood chop chop if a wood chop could chop wood? Well in this neck of the woods, the wood choppers chop lots, and they chop it fast. Wood chopping is a tough competitive sport. Sure, it’s not one of your more glamourous sports, it’s not up there with polo or yachting for example, there’s not a huge amount of complex tactical strategy involved, and you probably wont see that Waterhouse bloke on the telly giving you the odds on who’s going to chop through the log first. But whatever… these blokes can chop a log like no one’s business. Saturday, February 1, the annual Lyonville Wood Chop is on at Lyonville Hall (Bremner St). See local legends and wood choppers from afar get the guns out, swing an axe and chop a big block in half. It’s a hugely popular community day with a BBQ, cake stall and loads of fun for all. Entry will cost you a few coins at the gate and the action’s on all day. Chop chop.

Friday night blues

…better than Sunday night blues

FRIDAY night is the best night of the week is it not? There’s the promise of the empty weekend ahead, two big blankcanvas days, crispy clean and free to go all Jackson Pollock on them whichever way you choose. Friday nights should be celebrated, with friends and whatever tipples your fancy. The weekend is welcomed in style at The Old Glenlyon General Store with fab food, happy hour and great live tunes. Friday, February 7, The Fabulous Jennie Brown and Bruce Millar will be playing. Jennie is well known as the voice of Daylesford, and has been belting out the tunes in every genre imaginable (we doubt screamcore – but you never know) on every stage imaginable right across town well before our happy hamlet popped up on the tourist radar. Hear Jennie and Bruce play a bit of swing, jazz and sultry blues to ease you into your awaiting weekend. The Old General is at 63 Barkly Street Glenlyon. 5348 7922. 2

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Horse skills

and cow drills

CAMPDRAFT is not just something that happens when you leave the tent unzipped. Campdraft is Australia’s own family horse sport, encouraging and developing great horse skills and good stewardship towards horses and cattle. Each year the Maldon and District Campdraft Association hold an annual competition to show off their awesome skills. This year the Maldon Association will host their 40th annual Campdraft at 11 Lewis Road Maldon. This family event will require the riders to choose and cut a cow from a mob, for the rider to then navigate the cow around a four leaf clover pattern on the arena (yes a four leaf clover…. Could they have picked a trickier shape?) AND they have to do it in 40 seconds. (Personally we don’t think we could make a cow do that in 40 years.) The Maldon and District Campdraft will be held Saturday, February 8, (from 7am) and concludes: Sunday, February 9, 3pm. For more info call 5475 2707.

Jazz hands

for Valentine’s Day

LOVERS love jazz. They just do. The smoky, sultry, saucy, sexypants-ness of it all. Smooth tunes, luscious vocals, the whole shebang, really is a precursor to lurrrve. So it makes perfect sense that on the lovingest night of nights on le calendar of love, (that’d be Valentine’s Day, Friday, February 14, incase you are living under a cold hearted rock,) that there’d be a little jazz on the menu somewhere. This Valentine’s Day the jazz shall be served up steaming hot on a silver platter at The Old Glenlyon General Store. Vida Jazz (with Tania Petrini on vocals, Bruce Millar on double bass and Robbie Melville on guitar) will be swinging all over the stage, from a bit o’ bossa, to some funky grooves, a few sultry ballads, a smidge of blues, and a dollop of gospel… they intend on sharing their love for jazz with the lovers at the Old General. (63 Barkly Street Glenlyon). For more info like Glenlyon General Store on Facebook or call 5348 7922. 4

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A Big Day Out

for your tastebuds

A CELEBRATION of any kind is always an opportunity to indulge in a little extra special food and wine. So what do you do if the celebration is being held in honour of food and wine? Well our suggestion is, you’d best get your hands on a ticket. The Annual Regional Producer’s Day held at Daylesford’s Lake House, is indeed a day held in honour of the finest food and wine our region produces. This indulgent marketstyle celebration extends an open invitation to all, to come and taste, sip, sample, indulge and enjoy the very best local wines, delicacies and gourmet goodies our region can offer. The Regional Producer’s Day will be held Sunday, February 9, 10:30am ‘til 4pm at Lake House (King Street, Daylesford.) Wander the market stalls, meet the makers and growers who produce the abundance of deliciousness the region is renowned for. Taste everything, and take home your favourite treats. There will also be wine tastings, cooking demos with local chefs, wood fired pizzas, a gourmet BBQ and sweet indulgences available all day. Gather a picnic’s worth and relax in the orchard, or find the perfect picnic spot lakeside with your delicious spread and a glass of wine. Too good. Before the Regional Producer’s Day kicks off at 10:30am, there is an opportunity to have breakfast with some of the producers from 9am. Join Alla Wolf-Tasker, a few Lake House faves and the Daylesford Macedon Produce Group; discuss organics, biodynamics, roof-tops, small batch, rare breeds, ferments and other hot foodie topics over a delicious country fare breakfast and coffee. Tickets to breakfast are $25. (Bookings essential, phone: 5348 3329.) Entry to the Producer’s Day is $5. (Includes entry and tastings. No bookings required.) For more info on the Annual Regional Producer’s Day call Lake House 5348 3329, or go to Share your delicious day out with everyone: #lakehouseproduceday 6

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The state-of-the-art Salus Spa is designed with blonde wood and splashes of Tiffany blue. The Spa is surrounded by waterfall fed streams and has nine treatment areas, including the Tree Top Mineral Spas which contain 100% pure mineral water. Enjoy relaxing massages, premium Elemis facials, advanced performance body treatments and more. Non residential guests welcome. Bookings essential.

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Don’t fall into the Booby Trap

YOU’D have to be living under a very large soundproof rock not to have heard about the Love Your Sister phenomenon. In a nut shell, Samuel Johnson (much loved actor, and all ‘round good guy) has a dear sister Connie, who has terminal breast cancer. Not to take this cruel diagnosis lying down Connie joked that her bro should ride around the nation on a unicycle to raise awareness and money to help find a cure. Challenge accepted. (…and challenge almost completed!!) His aim was to break the Guinness world record for the longest distance on a unicycle, to raise $1million, (tick! $1.2m and counting!), and to educate everyone in his path with the message “Don’t fall into the booby trap. Be breast aware.” To date, Sam has traversed over 14,000 kilometres on one wheel. (Seriously wow.) Thousands and thousands of people in countless communities around the country have turned out and lined the streets in pink to welcome Sam and his Boobmobile to their towns, to support Sam and Connie, to share their stories with him and money for this most worthy of causes. Early last month Sam rode into Daylesford and Hepburn Springs to bring the Love Your Sister message to town. Sam is from this neck of the woods and his hometown turned on a very moving (and very pink) homecoming celebration for his ride into town, with pink balloon lined streets, pink people, and a super celebration at the Savoia Hotel (69 Main Road, Hepburn Springs), raising over $6000 in one night for Love Your Sister’s chosen benefactors: The Garvan Institute for Breast Cancer Research. On Thursday, February 13, Sam will complete his epic journey at Federation Square, Melbourne at 11:45 am. You are invited to Fed Square to welcome Sam home in (no doubt) a sea of pink and a flood of tears. Daylesford and Hepburn Springs, Sam and Connie would love to see you there. To find out more about the event like Love your Sister on Facebook. To donate to LYS go to Onya Sam, we love you and we love your sister Connie! 8

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Everybody cut footloose ...amongst the vines

LOVE IT, hate it, or completely ignore it, the 14th day of this month is usually met with either groans of passion or loathing. Valentine’s Day is a day drowning in hearts and flowers and brilliantly cheesy messages of love in the papers. Daylesford and Hepburn Springs are well loved towns for well loved up couples, and the roads to town definitely carry more vehicles than usual on Valentine’s Day. There are ‘Do Not Disturbs’ looped onto every bedroom door, and whitelinened tables for two are booked out weeks in advance. Now, sure, dinner is lovely to share with your partner, and perhaps Valentine’s Day makes it even more lovely-er-er but come on, you can go out for dinner 365 nights of the year… so how about doing something a little extra spesh for the extra spesh person in your life on this one particular loved up day of the year? Eastern Peake Vineyard and Winery (67 Pickfords Road Coghills Creek) is hosting an evening of open air cinema amongst the vines on Friday, February 14. It’s not strictly a couple thing, so BYO friends and family (or just your favourite-est person if you wish) and settle back under the stars with a bottle of Eastern Peake’s finest, a picnic and get all snuggly as they screen the 80s classic Footloose. BYO picnic blankie and something warm to wrap up in if it gets chilly, as well as pillows, chairs and stuff to get comfy on. Bring a picnic dinner if you’re feeling all organised, or food, wine (of course) and beer will also be available to purchase on the night. Bookings are essential, tickets are $15 per person, or $35 for a family pass. 20% of proceeds go to the CFA. (Because let’s face it the CFA peeps certainly deserve loads of love on Valentine’s Day.) (Love you CFA.) Arrive from 7pm for the screening at dusk. For more info and bookings call Jen: (ask her about the bus from Daylesford - yay! – limited seats so get onto it) 0458 617 025, or email Jennifer.sheahan@hotmail. com. For more info on the winery go to: au or find them on Facey. 10

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03 5424 1516 Cnr High St & Cosmo Rd Trentham


The fine art

of vintage elegance

ELEGANCE. It’s something you just don’t see in the deli queue at the supermarket. It’s that quiet state of effortless beauty, which (annoyingly) often requires significant effort to accomplish. For some, elegance is genetic gift, but for us whom have not been blessed with the elegance gene, fear not, a state of high elegance can be achieved at The Art of Elegance Fair. Saturday, February 15, the Maldon Progress Hall, (Francis Street Maldon) will be transformed into a vintage department store, with traders creating themed spaces within the department store. Purchase vintage items and art or indulge in a decadent vintage high tea. Truly Madly Deeply will be playing live for a bit of added glamour as you shop into the evening. Dress in your elegant vintage best and really get into the spirit of the event. The Art of Elegance Fair is open 2pm-9pm. Entry is $5. More info call Monika 0437 384 543 or: ArtOfElegance Fair on Facebook.

A funny thing happened at the caravan park…

KIOSK is such a great word. We’ve often thought there should be one atop our country’s highest peak. C’mon, there is nothing not to like about Kiosk-sciuszko. Wes Snelling likes kiosks. Well, sort of. Wes grew up at the Kyneton Caravan Park. After school he worked at the kiosk observing the inhabitants of the park in their natural state. In 2009 Wes produced and performed Kiosk – a comedy and musical adventure about life at a caravan park. His show won a Moosehead Award, was nominated for 3 Green Room Awards and a Golden Gibbo, (wow) and now it is returning to its spiritual home for one show only at the Kyneton Caravan Park (back oval Kyneton Community Park) Saturday, February 15. This comedic feast will be supported by a fab band, Nola Poorboy will be serving deliciousness from their caravan (apt), there’ll be a bar, AND redskins galore. Tickets: $25/$20. More info and bookings go to: 12

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Treasure Hunters start your engines

YOU KNOW when you walk into someone’s house and they have this GREAT piece of furniture, an awesome ‘thing’ on a mantle, amazing original Danish kitchenware from the 60s and generally crazy-good vintage style (and you quietly hate them) and then you say “wow I love that where did you get it?” and they say “ oh I just found it at a market” and then you can’t quite contain your inner hate because YOU CAN NEVER FIND THAT SORT OF STUFF AT MARKETS? – yeah, that. Well, we would like to send out word to the vintagely challenged that we have found the market to end all markets, where you will find that unique piece of swoonable (covetable) awesomeness. The 6th Annual Maldon Antique and Collectables Fair will be held Saturday, February 15, and Sunday, February 16. In just a few short years this antique fair has earned itself a reputation as being completely super-duper. Antique buyers, frenzied collectors and sellers of the second-hand from all over Australia make the trek to Maldon to sell and hunt for treasures. This year there will be more than 120 stalls laden with genuine rare and valuable antiques, retro wonders and unique and quirky bits and bobs… (Salivating yet treasure hunters?) The Antique and Collectables Fair will be held at the Maldon Football Ground (Francis Street) and will offer more than one and a half kilometres of stalls. It’ll be all nice and level and grassy underfoot – therefore easy to negotiate when you’re loaded up with bags of trinkets, an industrial pendant lamp and a mint condition orange vinyl armchair from the 70s. Entry to the market is just $3 (there’s your first bargain of the day) and kids are free. The market is open 8am ‘til 5pm both days. For more info call Mark: 0414 244 842, or search Maldon Collectables on Facebook.


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Lock up your wombats the Zombies are coming!

HEPBURN Wildlife Shelter rescues and assists sick and distressed wildlife from around the Hepburn Shire. At any given time there are about 100 animals in their care. Hepburn Wildlife Shelter is run completely on donations and love, so when it comes to the major fundraiser of the year you’d imagine that they’d do something warm and fuzzy and cute and cuddly wouldn’t you? Well… you’d be WRONG! The major fundraiser of the year for Hepburn Wildlife Shelter is a full-scale game of Zombie Chess. Saturday, February 15, the undead are coming to town. The entire floor of the Daylesford Town Hall will be transformed to a vast checkered battlefield. There are two teams competing: the White (the living) and the Black (the living dead). Two champion chess players will play a game of chess off to the side (out of the way of the blood and guts) and their moves will ultimately guide the Zombies and humans in their epic full-scale-blood-and-gore-battle to the death. Because the performance is based on a real game of chess, the outcome is unknown… but what is known is that zombies can not be dictated to, (nor trusted) and random acts of carnage are highly likely. Zombie Chess is presented by (professional zombies and humans trained in Zombie slaying) so there is no need to BYO pitchforks and brain-blasting weaponry. There are three seating options: Ringside: ($12, Up close and personal to the action - beware, it might get a bit smelly seated so close to the undead). Balcony: ($22, Safest seat in the house - FYI: zombies can’t fly). VIP Stage Seating: ($32, best seat in the house in the middle of the main stage) with a view of the chess champions’ strategy board. There are even limited tickets available to play on the White (alive human) team. ($52). All proceeds will be donated to the shelter. To witness this epic and hilarious zombie battle unfold, buy tickets at (search Zombie Chess), like Hepburn Wildlife Shelter, or Zombie Chess on Facebook. 16

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All we are saying

is give peas a chance

THE WORLD Peace Diet is not, something Miss World wished for in her acceptance speech… It is a best selling book by American author Dr Will Tuttle. Its pages promote eating for spiritual and global health. Will Tuttle is coming to Australia to present his ideas and encourage and inspire his audience. He believes our food choices have far reaching implications for not only us as individuals, but for the animals and planet at large. His presentation promises to educate and inspire his audience by encouraging them to think deeply about food choices, thereby manifesting global freedom, wellness and harmony. It starts at home people. Will Tuttle will be in Daylesford Sunday, February 16, at the Daylesford Town Hall (Vincent Street) from 2pm. Hear him speak and be motivated to start a peace project in your own kitchen. Tickets are $15 (presale online) or $18 at the door. For tickets and more info go to

If you don’t LOL you might COL

ROD QUANTOCK is a living treasure. One of the forefathers of Australian comedy, and indeed one of the very first on the stand up scene in Melbourne, Rod has been delivering the laughs for 45 years. That’s a long time in one career. We hope he gets a gold watch when he reaches 50 years in comedy. (Or at the very least a rather large gold rubber chicken.) In more recent years, Rod has turned his eye, mind and sharp wit to politics and our planet. He has the ability to turn these particularly sensitive subjects into particularly large LOLs. His latest show Peak-A-Boo is all about our planet, as we surge ever closer to peak oil, peak water, peak people and peak EVERYTHING… and he is bringing this show to Daylesford for one night only, Wednesday, February 19, 8:30pm, at The Rex Theatre (47-53 Vincent Street). Tickets are $35. For more info and bookings go to


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Depart every Sunday from the historic station 10am -3pm

The Daylesford Sunday Market operates every Sunday 8am-3pm

Daylesford railway station | 18 Raglan street Daylesford

Departs the first Sat of every month at 5:30pm Bookings essential

Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa

to Ballarat 45 km to Clunes 43 km to Creswick 27 km

Rhubarb Rhubarb Rhubarb

we love the Kyneton Music Festival

THEY SAY you can hear rhubarb grow. There are recorded soundbites online of happy baby rhubarbs bursting forth from their corms. (Totally true – Google it.) And just like a field of happy rhubarb thriving in its well fertilised and watered field, the Kyneton Music Festival is growing and becoming more luscious and tasty (and noisy) before our eyes… (and happy ears.) This year the Kyneton Music Festival will be held from Friday February 28 - Sunday, March 2. The festival has only been in existence a few short years, and in that time the town has embraced the festival, they have welcomed some incredible musical artists, and it just keeps getting bigger and better… like a paddock of delicious crazy multiplying rhubarb. This year the festival presents over 40 bands across the weekend, including Eagle and the Worm, Cash Savage & the Last Drinks, Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk, The Spoils, The Resignators, Saint Jude, Suzannah Espie and oodles more musical goodness. This year they have announced a limited number of camping sites at Kyneton Showgrounds (184 Mollison Street). The showgrounds are walking distance to all the venues making it a fab place to park your festival weary bod and rest your ears between gigs. Every conceivable stage and mic in town has been booked and is ready to roll out some of the finest music in the land on one jam packed weekend of musical awesomeness. All of the bands, venues and camping info are listed on the website: ( and you can keep up to the minute informed of festival happenings (additions, pics and good stuff) on their Facey page – search Kyneton Music Festival. Buy tickets on their website. (Above.) Friday day passes: $30 (adult) $15 (youth). Saturday day passes: $40 (adult) $20 (youth). Sunday Day passes: $30 (adult) $15 (youth) Full weekend festival passes: $65 (adult) $30 (youth). Campsites $40. (Booking fees apply). Current rhubarb price $4.95/kg. 22

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A Unique Cafe & Dining Experience... BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

Open 7 Days! Fully Licensed Sun to Thur - 7am - 5pm Fri to Sat - 7am - late


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Rub a Dub Dub

Your skin wants a tub

QUICK QUIZ… What’s the largest organ in your body? Nope, it’s not your brain Einstein, it’s your skin. And don’t we give it a hard time? We bake it, scrub it, graze it, wax it, and put it in all sorts of icky stuff. Poor skin. This time of year our exposed skin really cops it with the angry sun blasting its monster UV guns at us. (Back off sun, we’re just trying to top up our Vitamin D levels, give us a break!) Us human types have a tendency to do outside stuff when the sun is shining. We do garden stuff, beach stuff, and really rough stuff with our skin. And when we venture indoors we dry it out with air con. No wonder it gets grumpy with us sometimes… And when our skin is most sensitive, just about the worst thing we can do to it is to slather it in chemical nasties. After reading the chemical cocktails listed on regular skin‘care’ packaging, local lass Nat Hardy-Hurst decided to develop her own range of luscious skincare for her newborn bub. And voila! RubaDub was born. The RubaDub philosophy is ‘If you can’t eat it, then don’t rub it on your skin’ and whilst we don’t recommend dolloping the balm on your muesli in the morning, the food-based ingredients Nat uses are so wonderfully fresh and natural (and some home grown on the farm) you just about could. (…Think: local organic extra virgin olive oil, West Australian 550+ strength Manuka honey, and beautiful blends of herbs especially chosen for their healing properties. – Delish!) The RubaDub range includes soothing and healing body balms, soaps and moisturisers for everyone’s skin: from the most delicate newborn skin, to tough tradies’ skin, for people who can’t use soap, people prone to angry eczema, and perhaps those who have spent a wee bit too long in the sunshine (we wont tell your mum) or those who just wish to treat their precious epidermis to something deliciously handmade with love. RubaDub is available throughout Daylesford and region, and online at For a full pricelist and list of stockists check the RubaDub website. 24

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Alla Wolf-Tasker’s café & store in the enchanting surrounds of the Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens. Enjoy breakfast and lunch in the café or select from our picnic and take home range. Sit inside by the fire, on the indoor shared tables, pull a stool up to the bar or bathe in the sunshine in the lovely north facing kitchen garden. Country Cheap Eats Champ – The Age Cheap Eats Guide 2012

Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens, Car Entry off Central Spring Road Daylesford, Victoria, Australia Open Thursday – Monday from 9am ‘ till 4pm. No reservations.

Seriously Saucy

Sunday Sausages

ALL SAUSAGES are not created equal. There is no truer statement than that. And we’ve all been there, at a barbie, at a café, even at Bunnings feeling a little dusty on a Sunday morning… when you bite into a dud sausage you just wish you could take back that moment. But there are no returns on bad half eaten snags. And that cruel injustice is just something you have to live with. Fortunately, there are Sausage Artisans in our midst. There are bold Champions of Sausage, and highly skilled Sausage Gurus willing to share their carefully crafted deliciousness with us, the sausage adoring public. In Daylesford there is an iconic blue van, this blue van is well regarded as sausage nirvana. Affectionately known as the Blue Sausage Van (genius), it can be found at the weekly Sunday Market at Daylesford Station (18 Raglan Street/ Midland Highway). From 8:30am(ish) the sausages are sizzling on the hotplate. (You can smell them from Woodend.) The sausage menu includes Beef $5, Bratwurst $6, the local snag the Bullboar $6, as well as the hugely popular Duck Sausage $8. (Extras include sauerkraut, onion and cheese - 50 cents each) These sausages have a serious diehard loyal following. Especially the duck. Oh the duck. These little beauties are handmade by Salvatore Regional Butcher in Ballan (130 Inglis Street). They are 100% gourmet sausage goodness, stuffed full of high quality ingredients (= maximum deliciousness). Each sausage is served on a fresh bun baked early Sunday morning. Bring friends to try the sausagey goodness after a big Saturday night. They double as rescue sausages and you’re welcome to debrief on your weekend on the chairs next to the van, and regroup over one of the finest sausages in the land. Sausage therapy is free. Sausages are on ‘til 1pm-ish. Look for the retro blue van with the saucy ladies painted on the side (or just follow your nose). For market info go to For more info on Salvatore go to


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Global Divas Jammin’

in downtown Castlemaine

WHEN Ireland, the USA, Israel and Australia come together they make beautiful music. Well, at least four divas hailing from these corners of the globe do. The Jammin’ Divas meld the soul and substance of their cultures to create a rich, beautiful, and unique sound. The Jammin’ Divas are Aoife Clancy (Ireland) Nicole Zuratis (USA) Hadar Noiberg (Israel) and Kath Buckell (Aust.) and they will play the Theatre Royal (30 Hargraves St, Castlemaine) Saturday, February 22. Individually these women are well recognised as awesome musos, songwriters and acclaimed singers, regularly touring the world, and Aoife has even received a nomination for a Grammy. Book a ticket to witness these amazing women jammin’ their luscious folky soulful style. Tickets are $25.$22 Conc. Or $35 for dinner and show. (dinner from 7pm, show starts at 8:30.) for more info and bookings call the theatre 5472 1196 or go to

The chicken

and the blues

WHEN you think of the downest and dirtiest heart-andsoul-wrenchingest bluesy blues, your mind conjures smoky late night northern Mississippi juke joints… Well let us tell you, when Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk plays the blues at the Kyneton Music Festival this month, the quiet Campaspe River might as well be the mighty Mississippi, because Chris and his band will transport you to another world with their brand of wild low down, down home, juke-joint blues. The Chicken Walk combo have played to rave reviews, deeply impressing the toughest blues critics, and they will play the Kyneton Music Festival Saturday, March 1, 11pm at the Kyneton Mechanics Institute (Main Stage) 81 Mollison Street. A Saturday Daypass (entry to all gigs) is $44, (adult) 23.50 (youth). Buy tix at for more info and to sample a taste of what will be served on the 1st, go to 28

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Chill out…

It’s almost time to ChillOut

THE ANNUAL ChillOut Festival is hands down the hugest (and most sparkly) thing on the Daylesford calendar. Over the years ChillOut has grown to become the biggest and longest running country queer pride event in Australia. Yes indeedy. Literally thousands of peeps from all over the nation head to town, to join in the fun over the March long weekend each year. This year the Labour Day long weekend falls from Friday, March 7, ‘til Monday, March 10. So this is just a little heads up to get your hot-little-hands on a hot-off-the-press program and start booking tickets to your fave events. This year three of the favouritest events on the ChillOut program (the Bush Dance, Carnival Day and the Dance Party) have been bundled up together onto one ticket (if you want to go to each of these events this is the best way to get max bang for your buck). Big 3 Tickets are just $95. (Hello…. Such a bargwana for three awesome events!!) Each year ChillOut raises money for a community cause. This year ChillOut have developed an extra special community cause in memory of a much loved community legend, Roz Moynihan. Moneys raised for the Roz Moynihan Worthy Cause will go towards assisting a youth development program for local kids. A traineeship will also be developed in conjunction with CVGT Australia. To dig deep for this awesome cause get yourself tickets to the major fundraiser: The Slowest Lunch. This year it will be held at The Argus Dining Room (124 Main Road, Hepburn Springs) Tickets are $130+BF. (Book at Enjoy a sumptuously slow lunch hosted by Dolly Diamond. Bid on fabulous items in the silent and live auctions, (Dolly promises to make you an offer you can’t refuse). We love. The four-day ChillOut program is bursting with amazing gigs, art, dance events, comedy, the vibrant Carnival Day and street parade, roller derby, golf, cocktails, garden parties, deliciousness and sooo much more. Go to for the program and tickets or like ChillOut on Facey for up to the minute info.

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Gig guide February Old Hepburn Hotel - 236 Main Rd, Hepburn (03) 5348 2207 The Cosmopolitan Hotel - Cnr Cosmo Rd & High St, Trentham (03) 5424 1516 Glenlyon General Store - 63 Barkly St Glenlyon (03) 5348 7922 The Shamrock Hotel - 120 Mollison St, Kyneton (03) 5422 1570 Theatre Royal - 30 Hargraves St, Castlemain (03) 5472 1196 Buffalo Girls - 4c Duke St, Daylesford 0408 994 393 Jimmy’s Bar - 82 Vincent St, Daylesford (03) 5348 2363 Savoia Hotel - 69 Main Rd, Hepburn Springs (03) 5348 2314 Maurocco Bar - 2-4 Templeton Street, Castlemaine (04) 87 198 931 Saturday 1st Gruesome Twosome 8pm til late

The Shamrock Hotel

Sunday 2nd The Killjoys Brickyard Sessions 4pm Sarah Wilkinson 1pm

Theatre Royal The Cosmopolitan Hotel

Friday 7th The Performance Night Bonanza 6pm til late The Old Hepburn Hotel The Fabulous Jennie brown & Bruce Millar 6.30pm The Glenlyon General Store Saturday 8th The Cartwheels 8pm til late

The Shamrock Hote

Sunday 9th Little Miss Red 1pm David Bridie Brickyard Sessions 4pm

The Cosmopolitan Hotel Theatre Royal

Friday 14th Vida Jazz 6.30pm

The Glenlyon General Store

Sunday 16th Cam Burnside The Darling Downs Brickyard Sessions 4pm


The Cosmopolitan Hotel Theatre Royal

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Thursday 20th Folk Blues Open Mic 7pm Friday 21st Martin Myles 6.30pm Saturday 22nd The Jammin Divas Sunday 23rd Live Music 1pm Deborah Conway 4pm Friday 28th Bella Frisky 6.30pm

Buffalo Girls The Glenlyon General Store Theatre Royal The Cosmopolitan Hotel Theatre Royal The Glenlyon General Store


Winery guide BARCALDINE HOUSE 238 Dairy Flat Rd, Musk Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm

5348 2741


5348 1823

CAPTAINS CREEK Kangaroo Hills Rd Blampied Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm

5345 7408

GRANITE HILLS 1481 Burke & Wills Tk, Baynton 7 days 11am-5pm

5423 5227

CHANTERS RIDGE 0427 511 341 440 Chanters Ln, Tylden Saturday & Sunday by appointment

HANGING ROCK WINERY 88 Jim Rd, Newham 7 days 10am-5pm

5427 0542

COBAW RIDGE 5423 5227 31 Perc Boyers Ln, East Pastoria MonThuFri 10am-5pm, Sat-Sun 12-5.30pm

HERBAL LORE LIQUEURS 5348 1920 Lot 2 Railway Crescent, Daylesford Friday to Monday 10am-5pm or by appoint.

CURLY FLAT 263 Collivers Rd, Lancefield Saturday & Sunday 1-5pm

5429 1956

KYNETON RIDGE 90 Blackhill School Rd, Kyneton Saturday & Sunday 10am-6pm

5422 7377

GISBORNE PEAK WINERY 69 Short Rd, Gisborne South 7 days 11am-5pm

5428 2228

PASSING CLOUDS 30 Roddas Ln Musk 7 days 11am-5pm

5348 5550

ELLENDER ESTATE 260 Green Gully Rd, Glenlyon Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm

5348 7785

PARAMOOR 439 Three Chain Rd, Carlsruhe 7 days 10am-5pm

5427 1057

FONTANELLA WINE & VINEYARD 5348 7908 1225 Malmsbury Rd Glenlyon Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm

ROWANSTON ON THE TRACK 5425 5492 2710 Burke & Wills Track, Glenhope 7 days 10am–5pm

GISBORNE PEAK WINERY 69 Short Rd, Gisborne South 7 days 11am-5pm

SAILORS FALLS ESTATE 1073 Telegraph Rd, Sailors Falls Saturday & Sunday 11am–5pm

5428 2228

GUILDFORD VINEYARD & CELLAR 5476 4457 6720 Midland Hwy Guildford Saturday & Sunday 11.30pm-5pm


5348 6626

ZIG ZAG RD 5423 9390 201 Zig Zag Rd, Drummond North Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm

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Spa guide ABANDON STRESS MASSAGE 0401 369 743 mobile, 7 days

NALINI RETREAT 0417 783 087 mobile massage for singles, couples & groups

ACQUA VIVA DAY SPA 5 Tenth St, Hepburn Springs,

5348 2111

OM REIKI CENTRE 5348 1864 42 Tipperary Springs Rd, Daylesford

ALBERT DAY SPA 12 Camp St, Daylesford,

5348 4337

OMADA DAY SPA 5348 4499 106a Main Rd, Hepburn Springs

BODY ISLE DAY SPA 5348 3498 10-16 Forest Ave, Hepburn Springs,

QUEENSBERRY STUDIO 23 Queensberry St, Daylesford


REDSPA SANCTUARY 0422 130 569 studio 20, 37-39 East St, Daylesford

DAYLESFORD DAY SPA 25 Albert St, Daylesford,

5348 2331

SALUS SPA AT LAKE HOUSE King St, Daylesford,

5348 3329

ENDOTA DAYLESFORD 5348 1169 cnr Vincent St &Central Springs Rd,

SAMADHI RETREAT & SPA 6/57 Vincent St, Daylesford

5348 7926

HEPBURN BATHHOUSE & SPA 5321 6000 Mineral Springs Reserve Rd, Hepburn Springs

EKO Skin.Care.Spa 0429 681 030 1 Camp St, Daylesford

INN TOUCH DAY SPA 2891 Ballan Rd, Daylesford

5348 2774

SHAKTI MASSAGE - DAYLESFORD 5348 1629 1 Rosella Lane, Daylesford

MINERAL SPA @ PEPPERS 124 Main Rd, Hepburn Springs,

5348 2100

SHIZUKA RYOKAN 5348 2030 7 Lakeside Drive, Hepburn Springs

lost Spa guide

5348 3653


Market guide BALLAN FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 2nd Sat of month Mill Cottage 96 Inglis St Ballan

KYNETON FARMERS MARKET 8am-1pm, 2nd Sat of month St Pauls Park Piper St Kyneton

BUFFALO GIRLS BAZAAR 4c Duke St, Daylesford Last Saturday of the month facebook - buffalo-girls-coffee-bar

LANCEFIELD & DISTRICT FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 4th Sat of the month, (3rd Sat in Dec) High St Lancefield

CASTLEMAINE FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 1st Sun of the month Mostyn St Castlemaine

MALMSBURY VILLAGE FAYRE 10am-4pm, 2nd Sun of month Bot. Gardens, Calder Hwy Malmsbury

CRESWICK COMMUNITY MARKET 9am-1pm 3rd Sat of the month 19-21 Victoria St Creswick facebook - Creswick Market

RIDDELLS CREEK FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 3rd Sat of month (exc. Dec) Main Road, Riddells Creek

DAYLESFORD FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, first Sat of month Daylesford Primary School Vincent St

TALBOT FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 3rd Sun of month Scandinavian Cres Talbot Facebook - Talbot Farmers Market

DAYLESFORD SUNDAY MARKET 8am-4pm, every Sun Daylesford Railway Station Midland Hwy

TRENTHAM FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, 3rd Saturday of the month A Lions Club Project, Trentham Town Square

GLENLYON VILLAGE MARKET 9am-12pm, 3rd Sat of month Glenlyon Hall

TRENTHAM SUNDAY MARKET 9am-2pm, 4th Sun of month Main St Trentham

GREAT GISBORNE MARKET 9am-2pm, 1st Sun of month Hamilton & Aitken St Gisborne

WOODEND FARMERS MARKET 9am-1pm, first Sat of month High St Woodend Facebook - Woodend Community Farmers market

GISBORNE ALL SEASONS MARKET 9am-3pm, 1st Sun of month Brantome St Gisborne HOLISTIC LIFESTYLE SPRING FAIR Sat. & Sun. 10am – 4pm Daylesford Inn, 2891 Ballan Rd, Daylesford


WOODEND LIONS CLUB MARKET 9am-3pm, 3rd Sun of month High St, Woodend

lost Market guide

Gallery guide BENCHMARK COLLECTIVE 5472 1346 14 Templeton St, Castlemaine Thu-Sun 10am-5pm BOKEH GALLERY 0403 136 655 10 Howe St, Daylesford Thurs–Sun 10am-5pm BRICK LANE BAZAAR 5348 3500 34 Vincent St, Daylesford Daily 10am-5pm CASTLEMAINE ART GALLERY 5472 2292 14 Lyttleton St, Castlemaine Mon-Fri 10am-5pm Sat/Sun 12-5pm CLAYSPACE GALLERY SHOP 0419 405 016 Door 3 Gallery, 37 East St, Daylesford Sat-Sun 12pm-5pm CHRISTOWEL DESIGN GALLERY 10 Forest Ave, Hepburn Springs 0407 809 920 Daily CONVENT GALLERY 5348 3211 Cnr. Hill & Daly St, Daylesford Daily 10am-4pm, Seven Galleries D’FORD FINE ART GALLERY 0458 764 281 shop 16 & 17 The Rex, Daylesford Daily from 9:30 facebook - Daylesford Fine Art FALKNER GALLERY 5470 5858 35 Templeton St, Castlemaine, Thurs-Sun 11am-5pm MOONGATE ORIENTAL ANTIQUES&GALLERY 106 Main Rd, Hepburn Springs 5348 4396 Thurs-Sun 10am-5pm

lost Gallery guide

OVERWROUGHT 0403 675 170 61 Central Springs Rd, Daylesford Fri-Sun Garden art, furniture, gates PARADISO ARTS 5348 6600 1089 Telegraph Rd, Sailors Falls Phone for opening times PENNY SCHOOL GALLERY 5475 1911 11 Church St, Maldon, Daily 11am–5pm Dinner Fri–Sun 6pm PORTAL 108 5348 4353 108 Main Rd, Hepburn Springs Wed-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun p/h 10am-4pm RED PEPPER GALLERY 5348 3111 35 Vincent St, Daylesford Daily from 10am STOCKROOM 5422 3215 98 Piper St, Kyneton Thurs-Sun from 10:30am-5pm STONY CREEK GALLERY 5348 1884 10 Stony Creek Rd, Daylesford Thurs-Sun from 10am THE ARTIST’S MUSE 5424 1599 32 High St. Trentham Fri, Sat & Sun from 11am THE CLAY FIRE GALLERY 5348 3733 63 Vincent St, Daylesford Daily 10am-5pm THE WOODSHED GALLERY 5348 4050 21a Raglan St. Daylesford Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10-5pm Sun 10-3pm


Restaurant/Cafe guide ANSHUMANN DA DHABA 5348 2982 74 Vincent St. Daylesford L&D Daily, fine dining Tandoori cuisine ARGUS DINING ROOM 5348 4199 124 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs L & D Daily Contemporary local/seasonal dining BOCCONCINI DELICATESSEN CAFE 5348 4555 59-61 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily, European style deli & providores BOOKBARN CAFE 5348 3048 Lake Daylesford, Daily Coffee, cakes and light snacks BREAKFAST & BEER 5348 1778 117 Vincent St Daylesford B,L&D Tues-Sun craft brews, coffee & regional Aus cuisine BUFFALO GIRLS 0423 250 713 4C Duke St Daylesford Mon-Sat Locally roasted coffee CLIFFY’S EMPORIUM 5348 3279 30 Raglan St. Daylesford, B&L daily fine produce in historic deli/cafe COCOA CHY 5345 1150 84 Albert St. Creswick L daily chocolate and pastries COFFEE BASICS 5470 6270 1 Halford St. Castlemaine B&L Mon-Fri, Castlemaine’s own roastery & euro style cafe COLLIBAN FOODSTORE & CAFE 5424 1774 18 Market Street, Trentham B L Thu-Tue, Continental breakfasts & light lunch CONVENT GALLERY 5348 3211 Cnr Hill & Daly St. Daylesford B&L 7 days Hearty fare in the bad habits cafe THE COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL 5424 1516 Cnr High St. & Cosmo Rd. Trentham L&D Fri-Sun, upmarket meals in historic gardens/stables


COSY CORNER 5348 2576 3 Tenth St. Hepburn Springs B 8am Sat-Sun / L&D Thur-Tues traditional & modern cuisine & curry night DAYLESFORD BOWLING CLUB BISTRO 10 Camp St. Daylesford, 5348 2130 L&D Wed-Sun homestyle & modern bistro DAYLESFORD HOTEL 5348 2335 2 Burke Sq, Daylesford daily pub meals DAYLESFORD HOUSE 5348 4224 105 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L Thur-Mon D Fri & Sat European style food DU FERMIER 5424 1634 42 High Street Trentham B&L Wed-Mon French style farmhouse cafe/provedore ELLENDER ESTATE 5348 7785 260 Green Gully Rd. Glenlyon L Sat-Sun wood fired pizza in winery garden EMPORIUM ON PIPER 5422 6611 89 Piper St. Kyneton B&L daily light meals, coffee and cakes THE FARMERS ARMS HOTEL 5348 2091 1 East St. Daylesford L&D daily modern Australian FLOUCH’S 5422 3683 12-14 Piper St. Kyneton L&D Wed-Fri B,L&D Sat-Su French inspired fine dining FOOD GALLERY 5348 1677 77 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily cafe style food GARDENS OF ST ERTH 5368 6514 Simmons Reef Rd. Blackwood L Fri-Sun cafe in garden setting GLENLYON GENERAL STORE 5348 7922 63 Barkly St. Glenlyon B&L Daily Quirky cafe, corner store & gallery

lost Restaurant & Cafe guide

GRACENOTES CAFE 5348 4946 1/123 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily / D Fri-Sat Australian cuisine GRANGE BELLINZONA 5348 2271 77 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs B Sat/Sun D Fri/Sat High Tea Sat Australian cuisine THE TYLDEN HARVESTER 5424 8119 43 Trentham Rd. Tylden B Sat-Sun L&D Wed-Sun Food/Wine/Music GUILDFORD HOTEL 5473 4215 Midland Hwy. Guildford L Sun / D Fri-Sat pub fare pizza, pub and curry nights HARVEST 383 RESTAURANT 5345 9600 1500 Midlands Hwy. Creswick L&D daily - Novotel Forest Resort contemporary Australian cuisine HARVEST CAFE 5348 4022 29 Albert St. Daylesford B&L Mon-Sun vegan & gluten free foods HEPBURN GENERAL STORE 5348 2764 102-104 Main Rd. Hepburn B&L daily hot food, sandwiches & provisions HEPBURN PAVILION CAFÉ 5348 1900 Mineral Springs Reserve Rd. Hepburn Springs B&L daily, speciality - morning & afternoon tea HOLGATE BREWHOUSE 5427 2510 79 High St, Woodend L Tues-Sun D daily pub meal in brewhouse HOT CHOCOLATE CAFE 5476 4208 5451 Midland Hyw. Mt Franklin Tues-Sun hot choc, coffee, teas and milkshakes INNER BISCUIT 5422 1129 34 Piper St. Kyneton B&L Mon, Thurs-Sun organic patisserie and cafe INNSPIRED @ DAYLESFORD INN 5348 2554 158 Ballan Rd. Daylesford L daily D Wed-Sat local contemporary Australian

lost Restaurant & Cafe guide

JIMMY’S BAR & DINING ROOM 5348 2363 82 Vincent St. Daylesford L Fri-Sun, D Thurs-Sat Modern Australian KAZUKI’S AT THE RAGLAN 5348 1218 1 Camp St. Daylesford L Fri-Mon / D Thurs-Mon Regional, seasonal, French-Japanese inspired KOUKLA CAFE & PIZZERIA 5348 2363 82 Vincent St. Daylesford B, L&D Mon-Sun, Thurs only B&L lunch & dinner specials from wood fire oven LE PECHE GOURMAND 5345 2731 69A Albert St. Creswick B&L Tue-Sun Boulangerie-Patisserie LARDER DELI 5348 4700 57a Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily, D Wed-Sat licensed exotic deli fare LAKE HOUSE RESTAURANT 5348 3329 King St. Daylesford L&D daily local, seasonal modern fine dining LAVANDULA SWISS ITALIAN FARM 5476 4393 350 Hepburn-Newstead Rd. Shepherds Flat L Sat-Sun Mediterranean fare LEMON TREE CAFE 5345 1120 86 Albert St. Creswick B&L Daily hearty meals LITTLE SWALLOW CAFE 5422 6241 58a Piper St. Kyneton B&L Wed-Mon modern Australian LUCINI’S HISTORIC PASTA CAFE 5348 4345 64 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs L Fri-Mon / D Fri-Sun Italian meals in macaroni factory MERCATO @ DAYLESFORD 5348 4488 32 Raglan St. Daylesford L Sat-Sun / D Thurs-Tues regional, seasonal fine dining MR CARSISI 5422 3769 37 Piper St. Kyneton B, L & D Fri-Tue Turkish inspired mezze


Restaurant/Cafe guide MRS SMITH’S 5422 6844 91 Piper St. Kyneton L Thurs-Sun / D Thurs-Sat Fine food and wine MUFFY’S 5348 3711 28 Albert St. daylesford B&L daily, muffins, pies and snacks OHARA’S BAKERY AND CAFE 5345 3700 24 Fraser St. Clunes B&L Daily pastry and cafe food OLD HEPBURN HOTEL 5348 2207 236 Main Rd. Hepburn L Wed-Sun / D daily generous pub meals PEPPERMILL CAFE 5348 4332 105 Central Springs Rd. Daylesford daily cafe meals at ‘The Amazing Mill Markets’ PIZZERIA LA LUNA 5348 4123 24 Albert St. Daylesford D Thurs-Mon, gourmet and traditional pizza, take away. delivery (fri & sat nights) RADIO SPRINGS HOTEL 5348 5562 Cnr High St. & Main St. D Thurs-Fri L&D Sat-Sun Contemporary Italian pub meals REDBEARD HISTORIC BAKERY 5424 1002 Old Bakery Ln. Trentham B&L daily organic bakery and cafe RED GINGER 5348 1163 31 Albert St. Daylesford L Fri-Sun D Wed-Mon authentic Thai cuisine RED NONNA 5348 3367 3 Howe St. Daylesford B&L Thu-Tues Art Gallery and Cafe, Italian inspired RED STAR CAFE 5348 2297 115 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs B&L daily / D Fri-Sat relaxed, contemporary dining ROYAL HOTEL & CAFE NOSH 5348 2205 Cnr Vincent & Albert Daylesford L&D daily hearty pub fare and snacks


RUBENS 5348 2843 70 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs L Wed-Sun, D - 7 days Mediterranean cuisine & take-away SAULT 5348 6555 2349 Ballan-Daylesford Rd. L Fri-Sun / D Wed-Sun modern Australian cuisine SAVOIA HOTEL 5348 2314 69 main rd. Hepburn Springs L Tue-Sun / D daily bar snacks, bistro meals, seafood SMOKEYTOWN CAFE 5345 1557 77 Albert St. Creswick L Daily / D Fri-Sat, country comfort meals ST-MEL CYCLERY & CAFE 5348 3637 Shop 5, Park lane Daylesford Wed-Mon Coffee and Treats SWEET DECADENCE AT LOCANTRO 5348 3202 87 Vincent St. Daylesford B&L daily chocolates, sweets and cakes TANGLES AT THE MAZE 5345 2847 Cnr Midlands & Smokeytown Rd. Creswick L daily D Fri Café at the maze / mini golf TASTE OF SPICE 5348 4183 51 Raglan St. Daylesford L Fri-Sun / D daily Authentic Indian cuisine THEATRE ROYAL 5472 1196 30 Hargraves St. Castemaine L&D daily traditional italian pizza & atomica coffee THE CONSERVATORY 5348 2202 (at Peppers) 124 Main Rd. Hepburn Springs B, L daily Relaxed casual dining THE ELECTRIC SITAR 5348 1676 4/27 Albert St Daylesford D Wed-Sun / L Fri north, south indian cuisine. limited seats THE GOOD FOOD STORE 5348 1654 8 Howe St, Daylesford B&L Tue-Sun Brekkies, Gourmet food, take home dinners

lost Restaurant & Cafe guide

THE GOOD TABLE 5472 4400 233 Barker St, Castlemaine L&D Thu-Sun local, seasonal, fine dining THE LONDON CAFE AND GALLERY 53483990 The Rex Arcade 47 - Vincent St Daylesford B&L Wed-Mon Coffee, Cafe food TOGS 5470 5090 58 Lyttleton St. Castlemaine B&L daily cafe food on rooftop garden TUKI RESTAURANT 5345 6233 Stoney Rises Smeaton L daily ultra fresh trout specialists

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WATER GARDEN 5348 3592 111a Vincent St. Daylesford L daily/D daily Sat-Sun - Yum Cha traditional Chinese WINE AND THE COUNTRY 0458 617 025 97 Vincent St. Daylesford Thur-Sun Wine, Coffee & Produce WOMBAT HILL HOUSE 4373 0099 Central Springs Rd. Daylesford B&L Thurs-Mon Cafe, store & vegetable garden


Essential services TAXI SERVICE Daylesford 5348 1111 / 5348 3333 AMBULANCE/FIRE 000 POLICE DAYLESFORD 5348 2342 STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE 132 500 SECURITY Central Highlands Security 0407 881 918 DENTISTS 13 Hospital St Daylesford 5321 6550 54a Hargraves St Castlemaine 5472 3437 21 Lyttleton St Castlemaine 5472 1377 MEDICAL CENTRES 10 Hospital Street 5348 2227 Mon, Wed 8.30am - 7.30pm Tue, Thu, Fri 9am - 6pm Sat 9am - 12 COMMUNITY HEALTH 5321 6550 PHARMACY 39 Vincent St, Daylesford 5348 2301 Mon to Fri 9–6pm Sat 9–4pm, Sun 10–1pm HOSPITALS Hospital St Daylesford 5348 2371 VETERINARY PRACTICES 77 Raglan St Daylesford 5348 1088 86 Main Rd Hepburn 5348 4851


WILDLIFE LINE 1300 094 535 INTERNET ACCESS Hub at Neighbourhood House 13 Camp St Daylesford 5348 3569 9am–5pm Monday–Friday VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE 98 Vincent St Daylesford 5321 6123 POST OFFICES Daylesford – 86 Vincent St Hepburn Springs – 108 Main Rd VIDEO LIBRARY Videoland 8/11 Howe St Daylesford 5348 1196 ATMS Commonwealth Bank 39–40 Vincent Street Daylesford Westpac 45 Vincent Street Daylesford ANZ Bank 52 Vincent Street Daylesford Bendigo Bank 97 Vincent Street SUPERMARKETS Coles Supermarket Albert Street Daylesford 7am –10pm Mon – Sun IGA Daylesford 26 Vincent Street POOL TABLES Savoia Hotel 69 Main Rd Hepburn Daylesford RSL Vincent St Daylesford Old Hepburn 236 Main Rd Hepburn

124 Main Rd Hepburn Springs 03 5348 2100


lost magazine February 2014  

lost - the guide to where to find it, Daylesford & Surrounds