We really enjoyed the wildlife conservation tour. It’s an experience we’ll never forget.
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In the area
Dunkeld & Surrounds
Activities for purposes and paces abound. Stroll through the stunning grounds of the Dunkeld Arboretum for lakeside views of the surrounding mountains, venture to the summit of Wugarri (Mount Sturgeon, 7km return), or spend the day touring wineries of the Henty and Grampians regions.
For recommendations, ask our friendly staff at reception.
Winding through picturesque Gariwerd (Grampians National Park) to our doorstep in Dunkeld, the Royal Mail Hotel is ideally located for keen adventurers wishing to traverse Parks Victoria’s newest multi-day hike, the 160-kilometre Grampians Peaks Trail.
Shuttle drop-off is available for those beginning the north-bound journey, with the promise of exceptional food, wine and accommodation inspiring hikers on the final stretch south.
The best way to book a table at Wickens is online.
If you are staying elsewhere please note rreservation availability for Wickens at Royal Mail Hotel opens for external diners two months in advance on a rolling release every day.
If you are staying with Royal Mail Hotel please use the exclusive dining reservations link at the time of booking or in your accommodation confirmation email for personalised table availability up to six months in advance.
To enquire about a reservation further in advance or to place yourself on the ‘waitlist’ for a specific date please search for your preferred date and time and then click the ‘Submit a request’ here.
What is the best way to book a room?
The best way to book a stay is online. Please search your stay dates by clicking ‘make a booking’ – note our usual opening days are Wednesday to Saturday and most of the time a two-night stay is required. If you are having difficulty getting rates to appear please ensure your dates match these requirements.
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.