Discover the best top things to do in Sunbury, Australia including My Chauffeur George Makin, Cellardoor Wine Bar and Bottleshop, Sunbury Visitor Information Centre, McDougall Playhouse Cafe, Sunbury Historical Tours, Sunbury Indoor Sports & Active Kidz, Apex Park, Sunbury Thai Massage & Beauty Therapy, Rupertswood Mansion.
Restaurants in Sunbury
5 based on 43 reviews
I did my homework and compared several businesses online before approaching George and a few others to obtain quotes and further information. I can only say that George provided the most comprehensive information and delivered exactly the service he offered. I would not hesitate to recommend him to friends or family wishing a safe and efficient transfer to the airport at a fraction of the cost of a taxi.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
The Cellardoor Wine Bar boasts a large variety of craft beers and local wines that are available to drink-in and takeaway! The food available ranges from deli snacks to traditional meals and even meatballs and pizza! Plenty of space for all kinds of occasions such as family dinners or 21st birthdays or engagement parties! Feel free to contact us with any inquiries during our open hours.
My partner and I arrive on Saturday night. On arrival and were informed to sit at a wine barrel with stools until a table became available (even though he had made reservations). We order a drink and an entrée. Soon enough people start queueing up for drinks literally around us at the bar and the atmosphere is getting louder and louder. There is also 2x private events with music and microphones that we were not expecting on our romantic dinner. We were patient and waited 45 minutes to which we still were not provided with a table or an apology, so we left. Extremely Disappointed.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
It was a hot day and the volunteers offered me a cool drink and a chair. We discussed aspects and attractions of Sunbury and they offered me useful brochures for my proposed visits in the district and even looked up things for which they had...MoreThank you so very much for your kinds words and taking the time to share on Tripadvisor. We are so pleased you enjoyed your visit and we look forward to welcoming you again in winter with a hot cup of coffee!
4 based on 15 reviews
This play centre was clean, and a great place for toddlers or bigger kids. Each age group has their own enclosed playspace. The toddler ball pit was a real highlight. The staff were friendly, and we would definitely go back. One thing to note - my partner didn't enjoy it quite as much as I did because there wasn't really any equipment that parents and kids could go on together.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Fantastic excursion and tour of the Sunbury Asylum. Beautiful architecture. The site has been used as an industrial school for neglected children, an asylum and a Uni. If you love architecture or history or paranormal you would love this tour. If you are going on the night tour I would suggest taking a walk around the grounds during daylight to check out the buildings. Julie our guide has in depth knowledge about the site, the former patients and many fascinating stories. I highly recommend this tour.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Amazing place but they should have more rules around adults being in play areas. My son was in the play area and I was approached by a rude woman that claimed my son touch her behind and cursed at her. Why was she in the play area anyways? My son in only 5 years old. Other kids playing stated my son did no such things. Maybe a bit more crowd control would be nice. More staff available in these areas would be beneficial for a business like this. As a first time experience I was a bit sad to have to leave early just to remove my son and myself from a confrontation.
4 based on 1 reviews
The Apex Park is next to Jackson's Creek, from where you can take river walks. It has a sheltered BBQ area, public toilets, a playground and bocce sand box. A path over the creek uses the ancient bluestone bridge, which is very photographic. Well worth a stop here.
4 based on 1 reviews
3 based on 9 reviews
This building is very grand and steeped in history but as a hotel did not meet my basic needs.Not to be used if you don't have a car, as it is 800metres from the main road,unlit with no real walking path. There are no eating facilities within the 'Mansion', only weddings & functions are catered for. I had to arrange for outside food Delivery for dinner one night & didn't eat the other.The 'desk' is only manned within busy hours 9-5, the entrance was not open on my arrival, I wondered around with my suitcase looking for a way in.The rooms are unique with antques but weren't designed for comfort, no clock or radio, or place to sit or work. The bedroom door only closed if I used the key. The 'kitchen' was along the landing for making tea/coffee but with no sink, I had to go back & forth to my room to fill the kettle etc.Being there for business & leaving each morning at 8am,I asked if breakfast provisions could be supplied. The TV was acessible one night in the library, when not being used a lecture room.I was the only paying quest,alone in a huge mansion,Not a place to stay if you are on business or for that matter for pleasure.Tip-no alcohol allowed
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