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About Trawool Estate

An oasis overlooking the Trawool Valley, The Trawool Estate is a 27-room luxury hotel, 1.5 hours from Melbourne’s CBD. Extensive grounds feature multi-purpose courts, well stocked pond, solar-heated pool, outdoor dining, acoustic amphitheatre, all alongside the Great Victorian Rail Trail. Chef Eric Kwek (formally of Coda) ensures foodies are delighted in both Wild Water (serving modern Australian) and Turbine (Asian cuisine). Granite Bar is our casual drinking and dining space. Multiple choices for meetings in Anglesey (100pax), Warrigul Rocks (25pax), Dome Room (20pax) and Wild Water (120pax) plus break-out spaces inside and outside the historic Trawool Estate building. Finish the day with an exquisite cocktail and enjoy the serenity of your refurbished rooms with blockout curtains and very comfy beds!


Approx. 1.5hr/s travel time from Melbourne CBD

Meeting Rooms & Function Spaces


Anglesey is the perfect conference space. 170sqm with 2 raised stages at either end. Large enough to seat 100 and adaptable for smaller groups. State of the art AV equipment and natural light, with 2 smaller rooms adjacent for breakout groups.

Wild Water Restaurant

Wild Water restaurant seats 120 people/200 standing with uninterrupted views of the National Trust listed Trawool Valley. 205sqm with its own bar. A curtain separates the expansive space to allow for smaller groups. Loads of natural light, with 2 smaller rooms adjacent for breakout groups.

Warrigul Rocks

Warrigul Rocks is the perfect smaller meeting room. 28sqm with state of the art AV equipment and natural light, and Wild Water restaurant adjacent for meals and coffee.

Turbine Restaurant

Turbine is a cool and interesting space. 94sqm and set in the lower floor of the Estate, this dark and moody restaurant and cocktail bar makes getting together fun. with a curtain available between 2 dining spaces, and able to seat 50 / 75 standing.


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Valley Rooms

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