Walhalla, Victoria Accommodation
Walhalla Accommodation Map
Tisdall Lodge & Cabins (3 stars)
141 Main Road,
The population was once over 4,500. Many people came from all over the world to seek out their fortune through gold prospecting, trade and later, mining. Suburbs appeared on the surrounding hills such as Morman Town, Happy-Go-Lucky, Coopers Creek, Black Diamond, West Walhalla and Maiden Town. Now there are only the memories, old photographs and a few signs of what was once a thriving community.
Under new management and now extensively refurbished, Tisdall Lodge offers budget bunkhouse style accommodation suitable for groups of up to 46 people on the original site of Walhalla's State School no. 957. Camping Association of Victoria accredited campsite. Self-catering or fully catered, hot showers available.
Located 300 metres past the band rotunda
Self-cater or fully catered to suit your requirements. Also the Headmaster's Cabin provides cosy cottage accommodation for up to 4 people.
A Large common room, Fully equipped kitchen and dining room.
The town is the centre of Walhalla Historic Area and the start of the 650 km Australian Alps Walking Track to the ACT.
The view down to the town from the tramway walk is a 'must-do' walk. (30 minute walk)
Refer to more things to see and do in the Pub Trails section: Pub Trails Walhalla
You can spend days exploring Walhalla township area.
- There's the town with all its fine old restored buildings
- Long Tunnel Mine excursion
- Tramway walk trail around the edge of the town
- Walk (difficult) to the famous hill top cricket pitch
- Visit the steepest moutainside cemetery
- enjoy a ride on the Walhalla railway line down to Thomson station
- take a 4WD or 2WD exploration of the surrounding hills (be careful of hidden mineshafts in the area!)
- stay a while in one of the many bed-n-breakfasts - even the haunted old hospital, now a B&B!