My searches My Search History:‎ Reset all Loading.... Hotels viewed Recent Hotels Viewed:‎ Reset all Loading.... Languages : DanskDeutschEnglishEspañolFrançaisHrvatskiIndonesiaItalianoLatviskiLietuviųMagyarMelayu NederlandsNorskPolskiPortuguêsPусскомRomânăSlovenčinaSlovenščina SuomiSvenskaTiếng ViệtTürkçe ČeštinaΕλληνικάУкраїнськаעבריתالعربيةहिंदूภาษาไทย日本語简体中文繁體中文한국어 US$ Top currencies : AU$Australian Dollar £British Pound Euro SG$Singapore Dollar TH฿Thai Baht US$US Dollar All currencies : AEDArab Emirates Dirham AU$Australian Dollar BRLBrazilian Real £British Pound CA$Canadian Dollar CNYChinese Yuan HRKCroatian Kuna CZKCzech Koruna DKKDanish Krone Euro HK$Hong Kong Dollar HUFHungarian Forint INRIndian Rupee IDRIndonesian Rupiah ILSIsraeli Shekel ¥Japanese Yen MYRMalaysian Ringgit NZ$New Zealand Dollar NOKNorwegian Krone PKRPakistan Rupee PHPPhilippine Peso PLNPolish Zloty RONRomanian Leu RUBRussian Ruble SARSaudi Riyal SG$Singapore Dollar ZARSouth African Rand KRWSouth Korean Won SEKSwedish Krona CHFSwiss Franc TW$Taiwan Dollar TH฿Thai Baht TRYTurkish Lira US$US Dollar UAHUkrainian Hryvnia VNDVietnamese Dong

Real Deals on Mortlake hotels - save up to 88%*

Compare hotel prices on 278 booking sites in 1 search

Mortlake hotels map
Mortlake intro. A volcano called Mount Shadwell overlooks the town of Mortlake, in Victoria's Western District, north of the Great Ocean Road. Although Mount Shadwell has not erupted for at least 5,000 years, the light green olivine crystal emitted from its volcanic bombs remains scattered throughout the town today. This town with just under 1,000 residents is now known as Australia's olivine capital, but many of its buildings were constructed with another local substance, bluestone. Many of these bluestone buildings date from the 1850s and 20 of them can be seen up close during a walk along a self-guided history trail that has been assembled by high school students. A rose garden blossoms in the town centre's recreation reserve, which features tennis courts, picnic facilities, a swimming pool and a playground. The large Woolongoon country garden and Gallery of Wildlife Art, featuring artwork by renowned wildlife artist Richard Weatherly, can both be toured by appointment only. In addition to a handful of Mortlake hotels, the town has a bed and breakfast homestead and a caravan park.
+ -