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How Does The Amenity Info Looks Like at Walhalla?

Best Amenities in Walhalla

The above reveals the top rental amenities and the property numbers associated with each of them in Walhalla. In Walhalla, 17 rentals offer No smoking, 16 rentals offer Parking Available, 15 rentals offer Fireplace. So, if you need No smoking during your vacation, use the No smoking filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Washer and dryer, Satellite or Cable.

How Does The Holiday Home Rental Price Look Like in Walhalla?

Holiday house & cottage Accommodation Price Information in Walhalla

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Which Accommodation Should I Pick in Walhalla?
Rental Property Types in Walhalla
There are various types of homes in Walhalla area. Depending on your group size, you can pick the one using filters accordingly. house is the most popular accommodation type, and the largest homes can accommodate 36 people.The least popular accommodation in Walhalla is lodge rentals
How Many Accommodation Are Pet Friendly in Walhalla?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Walhalla
13.33% of holiday homes in Walhalla are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
Best Tourist Attractions in Walhalla?
Points of Interests In Walhalla

The most common & popular places (a.k.a points of interests) here in Walhalla are:

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Walhalla?
Local Events & Festivals

The Earth Festival, held at Cooper’s Creek and offers live music over a two-day festival. There are also DJ acts to keep the music going while bands set up. Relax on the river listening to some excellent music, celebrating nature’s beauty. The festival is held in November.

Steampunk Gala at Walhalla, held in August, draws steampunk fans from around the world. Steampunk, a mixture of Victorian fashion, music, and art powered by steam blended with futuristic technology, is celebrated by famous authors H.G. Wells and Jules Verne. The event lasts for two days and includes train rides, tours of the gold mine, themed magic shows, horse-drawn carriages, live music, performers, tea dueling and a fashion parade.

What are the nightlife spots in Walhalla?
Nightlife Spots

The 3844 offers good tunes, good company, and good drinks with indoor seating as well as an outdoor courtyard. They serve pub bites including a tasting plate, pizza nachos, warm marinated olives, dips as well as chips and nuts. There is an extensive wine menu as well as a variety of beers and ciders. All specialty cocktails are Hollywood-inspired. The Kate Moss is Pimms, Solerno, blood orange, lemonade, and ginger beer while the Sylvester Stallone is rum, vodka, gin, Triple sec, and sours topped with cola. The Leonardo DiCaprio is whiskey, cinnamon whiskey, bitters, and sugar while the Miley Cyrus is rum, tequila, Triple sec, cranberry juice, and Red Bull. Find them at 47-49 Princes Street in Traralgon.

What are the travel peak seasons in Walhalla?
Peak Seasons

The average monthly temperature in Walhalla is as follows:

  • January – low of 52F (11C); high of 73F (23C)
  • February – low of 53F (12C); high of 75F (24C)
  • March – low of 51F (11C); high of 69F (21C)
  • April – low of 47F (8C); high of 62F (17C)
  • May – low of 44F (7C); high of 57F (14C)
  • June – low of 40F (4C); high of 52F (11C)
  • July – low of 38F (3C); high of 51F (11C)
  • August – low of 39F (4C); high of 54F (12C)
  • September – low of 42F (6C); high of 57F (14C)
  • October – low of 44F (7C); high of 61F (16C)
  • November – low of 48F (9C); high of 65F (18C)
  • December – low of 50F (10C); high of 68F (20C)

May is the rainiest month in Walhalla with around two and a half inches (60mm) of precipitation. The driest month is June with around one and a half inches of rain (40mm).

How to get around in Walhalla?
Transportations

The closest airport to Walhalla, Australia, is Tullamarine Freeway Airport, about two and a half hours away. The best way to get to Walhalla is to rent a car. Many of the roads leading to Walhalla have tolls.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Walhalla?
Art & Culture Places

Old Walhalla Fire Station Museum houses firefighting equipment and displays regarding the fires that have shaped Walhalla’s history. There are also artifacts recovered from local sites, including items from the Walhalla Brass Band, a collection of early irons, Chinese artifacts, and more.

Old Walhalla Post Office Museum is the last remaining government building in the town. The post office looks almost exactly as it did in 1886 when it opened in Walhalla. A door separates a living area from the post office where the postmaster resided. You can see the series of bells used to summon the maid. You can also learn about some of the postmasters who served the town, like Frances Seymour who had to leave her post when she married Henry Sabine as married women were not permitted to hold hat positions. The same happened to Eileen Meehan in 1927 when she married Ossie Clemann, a post office. In 1948, Dorreen Hannan purchased the building and served as postmaster since 1928. She moved into the residence and served until 1963 when the post office transferred to the general store, although she remained in the residence until 1988.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Walhalla?
Hidden Gems

Bruntons Bridge, constructed in 1886 brought supplies to Walhalla using horse-drawn carriages. The original bridge was constructed of iron and timber, but brush fires have required only iron to be used in its construction. The bridge crosses the Thomson River and provides stunning views of bushland. There is a campground adjacent to the bridge. You can find the bridge on Bruntons Bridge Road.

Walhalla Tramline Walkway provides you with beautiful views of fauna, flora, and historic gold mines as well as a unique view of the Valley of the Gods. There are two loops, one that is shorter for those with limited time or who need wheelchair access. A longer loop is a bit more strenuous. The shorter loop takes about 20 minutes and is about a half-mile (1km) while the longer loop takes 90 minutes and is three miles (5km).

The Walhalla War Memorial, located on Highway C46/Main Road, commemorates the Shire of Walhalla citizens who served in World War I. The memorial was established at a meeting held in 1918 where residents decided they wanted to honor those who had recently served in the war. They took up a collection of £7 to erect the monument.

Although most people would not consider visiting a graveyard while traveling, the Walhalla Cemetery is a must-see when visiting Walhalla. Legend has it that they buried the dead standing up here and, although that is a myth, it might have been easier to do that since the cemetery is located on a steep hill. Some of the graves are still marked with wooden crosses while others give you details on the history of the area. It is possible to search the names of those inscribed on the memorials to learn more about their lives and families.

What are the activities in Walhalla that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Take a walk through the Walhalla Historic Area, grabbing a map from one of the businesses in the town. You will see the Grand Junction Hotel, built in 1865 by John F. Williams, and the office of the Walhalla Chronicle, established in 1870 by James Ryan.

The Poverty Point Bridge Walk is a 10 mile (16 km) out and back trail featuring a river and stunning views of wildlife. It is rated as moderate, following an old tram line. You can see almost every type of wildlife imaginable. Dogs are not permitted on the trail which is designed for hiking only. The trail is clearly marked in Walhalla.

Australian Alps Walking Track begins in Walhalla and ends near Canberra. It is a 400-mile (650 km) trail that takes you on some of Australia’s highest peaks with views of snow-capped mountains as well as cattlemen huts, woodlands, historical sites, plains, and forests. The entire trail can take up to 10 weeks to complete, but it is possible to take some of the shorter hikes available.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Walhalla?
Trip Planning

Start your trip with a tour of the Long Tunnel Gold Mine before visiting the Walhalla Post Office Museum. Take a ride on the Goldfield Railway and then stroll through the Walhalla Cemetery. Enjoy lunch at the Greyhorse Café before taking a bushwalk through the beautiful forest. Finish with dinner at Wally Pub.

The next day, stroll through the Walhalla Historic Area and visit the Walhalla Fire Station Museum. Grab lunch at Assagio del Forno before heading to Bruntons Bridge. Take a hike through the Walhalla Tramway before finishing with dinner at Rawson Stockyard.

What are the must-visit places in Walhalla?
Must See Attractions

Walhalla Goldfields Railway, located at 2 Main Road, celebrates the gold mining history of Walhalla. Gold was first discovered in the area in 1862 and large amounts of the mineral were mined in Walhalla for the next 50 years. Transporting gold as well as supplies in and out of Walhalla was difficult and, in 1900, the government awarded the town a rail connection. The railway was completed in 1910. Only a year later, the Long Tunnel Extended Mine closed with another closing in 1914. There were no other local industries, and the town began to fade away. It was still a location for tourists and specialty trains ran to the area until 1941. Eventually, the railroad ceased operation completely until 1991 and began operating again in 1994. The train takes you on a 60-minute round trip, leaving Walhalla Station and traveling to Thomson before returning.

Long Tunnel Extended Gold Mine is open for tours daily, allowing you to see firsthand what it was like to be a gold miner in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The mine dates back to 1863 when Ned Stringer led a group of prospectors to the area. Following the Thomson River downstream, the prospectors found gold, leading to a rush of other prospectors in the area. Opened by Hercules Mining Company, Long Tunnel Extended Adit traveled about 525 feet (160m) and 394 feet (120m) below the surface. Tours take you into the underground machinery chamber as a guide discusses old mining methods.

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