Bookings for Wickens at Royal Mail Hotel now open!

Be among the first to dine at Wickens at Royal Mail Hotel with our new subscriber only package for $600 per couple/twin ($650 on Friday and Saturday nights). You’ll enjoy overnight accommodation, kitchen garden and wine cellar tours, breakfast AND be one of the first to dine in our beautiful new restaurant, from October 13th.

Click here and enter your dates (after October 13th) and choose the packages tab to book your stay or phone us on 03 5577 2241.

Wickens at the Royal Mail Hotel will uphold the tradition of the award-winning Royal Mail Hotel dining room by continuing the five and eight course menu options that reflect locality and produce growing in our kitchen garden and on our farms. In addition, the new restaurant will include a Chef’s Table for up to four guests who will be seated in the kitchen and a walk through wine corridor showcasing a selection of the Royal Mail Hotel’s extensive wine cellar.

Wickens at the Royal Mail Hotel will be open for dinner on Wednesday – Sunday evenings, and will also open for lunch on weekends.

You will notice other significant changes around the property including: a renovation to our casual diner, Parker Street Project, with new menus and a new look, a new wine bar with a specially curated snack menu; a redeveloped reception area complete with guest lounge and retail space so you will have the opportunity to take home your own piece of the Royal Mail Hotel.

For Wickens at Royal Mail Hotel dining reservations without an accommodation booking, click here.

Follow @chefwickens on Instagram for Robin’s updates as the restaurant gets closer to opening!

We look forward to welcoming you to Wickens at Royal Mail Hotel soon.


Open Wednesday to Sunday – our phone lines are often busy, if your enquiry is not urgent please email us at relax@royalmail.com.au

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In the spirit of reconciliation, Royal Mail Hotel acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Custodians of the land we are on, the Gunditjmara and Eastern Maar Peoples and their elders past, present and future. Continue reading.