That Little Village has joined our Shop Local Initiative and is offering our Macedon Ranges Mumma keyring holders 10% off your total spend at their store.
Save on your French and Italian lessons with Caroline when you show your Macedon Ranges Mumma keyring.
Parklands Mobile Animal Farm is offering a $10 flat entry fee to Macedon Ranges Mumma keyring holders.
Need a Mother’s Day gift for the amazing women in your life? Why not purchase your gift from a local business? We have listed the businesses we know of in the Macedon Ranges and surrounds. Feel free to message or comment if we’ve missed your favourite and we’ll add them in. We want to supportContinue reading “10 Mother’s Day Gifts You Can Buy Locally”
Discover our ten favourite parks in the Macedon Ranges and surrounds. There is sure to be some that suit your family.
Mocha Leaf Cafe is a kid friendly cafe in Riddells Creek with a relaxed atmosphere and delicious food. It’s just across the street from the local playground.
What: Riddells Creek Lions Park is a perfectly placed park with a variety of equipment which will keep children of any age occupied. There is a flying fox, half basketball court, spinning carousel as well as the traditional park apparatus. If you are gathering with friends there is a barbecue and tables under a centralContinue reading “Riddells Creek Lions Park”
What: Having lived in the area for over thirty years, I cannot believe I did not know about this beautiful piece of wilderness! The Conglomerate Gully Walking Track is a fairly easy three kilometre circuit that makes for a wonderful family day out. The track features: a hut, lookout, conglomerate rock formations, and a seasonalContinue reading “Conglomerate Gully Walking Track”
Third Saturday of the month, 9 am to 1 pm There is so much to love about this beautiful market which you will find situated on Main Road of Riddells Creek near the primary school. The stalls are spread out in a circle so that it is easy to find whichever stall you are after.Continue reading “Riddells Creek Farmers’ Market”