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The weather in Olinda
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. January is the warmest month in Olinda with average maximum temperatures of 28°. On the contrary, the coolest month is June. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is February.
Relax in a cosy holiday letting in Olinda
Once you see Olinda for yourself, you'll understand why celebrated artist Arthur Streeton was inspired by the quaint village’s beauty, trying to capture the enchanting landscapes in his various artworks. This is a popular getaway destination all-year round, with plenty of comfortable holiday cottages to suit all your needs.
You may be in Australia, but don’t let that stop you from savouring hearty German fare in the Bavarian chalet-style Cuckoo Restaurant, where you can also enjoy folk dancing and yodelling performances. At Copperfields Restaurant, meanwhile, modern Australian cuisine rules. With its artfully-prepared dishes and elegant interior, this is a top pick for special occasions.
For delicious European and Australian favourites such as smoked salmon sandwiches and Angus beef burgers, head to the Seasons Restaurant at Cloudehill. Additionally serving breakfast and an array of tempting cakes, the restaurant also has a charming patio dining area.
Activities with children
Kids and adults alike will love riding on the open-air train called Puffing Billy Railway, which winds its way through the spectacular Dandenong Ranges. There's also top-notch dining on board, and special music and entertainment-focused events.
The Dandenong Ranges National Park itself is also a great place to take adventure-loving little ones. There's a playground here, picnic facilities, and endless lush forested area to explore. The Sky High Mt Dandenong Observatory and Maze are also not to be missed.
Sightseeing in Olinda
The beautifully cascading Olinda Falls are well worth a visit. Enjoy a laid-back picnic here on one of the available picnic tables. For more nature themed delights, there's the RJ Hamer Arboretum, featuring over 150 kinds of exotic and native trees. With gently undulating trails, this is the ideal spot for tuning into nature.
The Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens is yet another place to bask in the beauty of nature. Discover its wooded gardens, which also have scenic waterfalls, a boathouse and numerous walking trails.
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