Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the Budget on the Lake Motor Inn in Victoria
Budget on the Lake is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. Budget on the Lake is situated off the Glenelg Highway and overlooks Lake Hamilton. A quiet country setting helps for a restful night’s sleep. Walking distance to the Skate Park and recreation park with BBQ facilities The Budget on the Lake is a perfect family destination. The Ansett Museum is just down the road and the city centre is a short 10 minute walk. All rooms are equipped with microwaves, fridges, toasters and kettles. Enjoy our cooked meals, breakfast or continental breakfast and espresso coffees are delivered to your room. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, Budget on the Lake in Hamilton will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!
Hamilton was Victoria’s first area of pastoral settlement, and today it remains the heartbeat of a thriving farming district. Nestled in a peaceful valley surrounded by rich grazing land, the regional city retains the feel of a grand old country town. Picturesque church spires, parks and gardens and historic stone buildings reflect a proud and prosperous wool growing heritage. A vibrant arts scene, retail shopping precinct, gourmet food and wine, and stylish accommodation add modern day appeal. The area’s magnificent outdoors with its ancient volcanoes, tranquil lakes and waterfalls showcases nature at its best. Hamilton is a vibrant place to live, work, learn and visit. The city boasts a diverse industry base that includes Tourism, Retail, Agriculture, Education, Health Services, Manufacturing, and Mining.
Welcome to the Grampians. Whether you’re a wine taster, outdoor explorer or food finder, the Grampians has an adventure waiting for you. With four diverse patches that you can uncover, your paths for discovery are endless. In the heart of it all is the magnificent Grampians National Park. For history buffs, you can learn about the history of gold in Ararat, see the picturesque town of St Arnaud, unearth a volcano in Penshurst, visit 150 year old cellars in Great Western or delve into the dark past of Aradale. With delicious wine, food and farm gates found from North to South, and East to West, you can make a meal of the entire mountainous range. In a space this magical, it only makes sense that art has found its way. Galleries, public art, local markets and boutiques let you get up close and personal with the talented craftsman that call the Grampians home.