Colac, Victoria Accommodation
Colac Accommodation Map
Photo 2011 courtesy Murrays Hill B & B Website
Our Fully Carpeted Upstairs Deluxe Suite offers:
Our Polished Floorboards / Rugs Blue Suite offers:
Our Fully Carpeted Pink Suite offers:
Places to visit include, Otway Fly, Red Rock, Colac Botanical Gardens and Tea Rooms and beautiful shopping and dining facilities in Colac and surrounds.
Mob: 0408 945 359
Welcome to Murrays Hill, a beautiful Edwardian home located in a picturesque rural setting in Colac, country Victoria, Australia.
Murrays Hill is the perfect spot for that weekend getaway or vacation. Relax and enjoy all the benefits of country living with only 2 minutes travel to the City of Colac and Gateway to the Otways. The ambience at Murrays Hill is one of relaxation, fresh country air, and friendly hospitality.
Located 40 minutes from Victoria's renowned beaches in Lorne, Apollo Bay and Bells Beach Torquay, as well as the picturesque Great Ocean Road and Otway Mountain Ranges, Murrays Hill Bed & Breakfast is the perfect location for you to enjoy scenic drives with magnificent views in the Western District and Surf Coast.
Murrays Hill B & B is a beautiful Edwardian home, furnished in antiques and located in a picturesque rural setting in Colac, country Victoria, Australia.
The perfect spot for that weekend getaway or vacation. Honeymooners, why not consider our Upstairs Deluxe Suite?
Our Blue Suite and Pink Suite are also beautiful options for you to consider...
The Colac Otway Shire is located two hours west of Melbourne and renowned for its magnificent southern coastline, the Otway rainforests and the northern lakes and craters district.
Colac, on the Princes Highway is bordered by Lake Colac which is the largest fresh water lake in Victoria. And to its west, lays Lake Corangamite (a heavily salted water) which claims to be the largest inland natural lake in Australia with a surface area of 234 square km!.
From an historical railway perspective the town is the start of the Beechy Rail Trail (former railway line) that goes south over hills into the valley of Gellibrand and then winds its way up over 1700 feet to Beech Forest at the top of the Otway ranges.
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