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Royal Mail Hotel

98 Parker Street
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Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Garden Medley for Lunch in Dunkeld, Victoria  Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Royal Mail Hotel Dunkeld  Australia
Garden Medley for Lunch in Dunkeld, Victoria  Dunkeld  Australia

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Royal Mail Hotel

Nestled into the base of Mount Sturgeon, at the southern entrance of Grampians National Park roughly three and a half hours from Melbourne, the Royal Mail Hotel combines a bush experience with world-class food and wine. The property is a slow-paced reprieve at the site where the town of Dunkeld was first settled. Accommodations range from minimalist mountain-view rooms bedecked with furniture and light fixtures by Melbourne designer Jardan to the Mt. Sturgeon sheep station, home to a six-bedroom homestead as well as eight dog-friendly sandstone cottages with bathrooms built inside old water tanks. Gardens play a prominent role in the Royal Mail experience; the hotel has the largest kitchen garden in Australia, which supplies the restaurant with nearly all its organic produce, and a 24-acre private garden is home to many rare indigenous and non-indigenous plants. With the Grampian Mountains and their year-round waterfalls right at the hotel’s back door, the Royal Mail is also a prime base for exploring the wilderness and its native wildlife. After a day in the woods, guests can indulge in an eight-course tasting menu with matched wines from one of the top-ranked cellars in the world.

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over 4 years ago

Garden Medley for Lunch in Dunkeld, Victoria

During a road trip along the Great Ocean Road, we stopped near the Grampians in a small town of Dunkeld. We enjoyed lunch at the historic Royal Mail Hotel--blink and you'll miss it (in fact, we did on the first pass).

After receiving a tour of the kitchen's garden, the daily bounty ended up on our plate--an array of heirloom carrots, radishes, asparagus, beets, cauliflower, spring onions, and pinches of mixed herbs.

I've never seen such an abundance of vibrant produce in the middle of November--my mind was still thinking about cranberry and sweet potatoes back at home, but this dish let me dream about a Spring that lasts forever.