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Duneira is a very pleasant late 19th century country house full of books, interesting furniture and lovely rooms with outlook on to beautiful gardens, situated near the summit of Mt. Macedon. The house is situated in a large and very beautiful Englsh style estate with...More
You'd be forgiven if you thought you stumbled thru the looking glass & ended up in an English garden...
Majestic long driveway lined with towering Elms, bluebells & forget me nots, holly hedges, expansive lawns, lilac bushes, chestnuts, oaks to name a few. Your eyes...More
We attended an $18 house tour with morning tea served in beautiful Royal Albert china, with sweet treats made locally. It was most informative and it was a unique experience to see the art collection and poke around the elegant house to witness how a...More
Did a house and the garden tours and we really enjoyed it. The house has a very interesting history behind it and our guide was very passionate and knowledgeable about it and keen to share it. The gardens are beautifully manicured, and some plants are...More
Today would have been an otherwise pleasant visit to a lovely garden were it not for an interaction with the Director of Duneira who found her customer relations skills left seriously wanting. On approach to the entrance we encountered a car parked in the driveway...More
I recently attended a wedding in the gardens of Duneira, what a beautiful location the gardens are magnificent. The wedding was held in the meadow in front of the manner house. I would highly recommend this venue to any prospective brides as a place to...More
The generousity of Castlemaine businesman and collector Stuart R. Stoneman is amazing.The well preserved 1875 Italianate style hill station is one of only four hill station residences at Mount Macedon believed to have been built in the 1870s that survived the devastating 1983 bushfires.