Are you a horse-lover visiting Melbourne anytime soon? At the Living Legends in Woodlands Historic Park, you can meet the retired racehorses who were once the champions on the racing turf. Make it a picnic and plan a day-out to visit these places – you will not regret it!
Get up close and personal with the horses
Why not meet some of the popular racehorses in Australia during your stay at a Melbourne airport hotel the likes of PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport? Don’t forget to rub your nose with the popular horse that comes over the fence to greet you there.
A trail through the Woodlands Historic Park
Visit the Woodlands Historic Park and get exposed to wild kangaroos roaming here and there in their natural habitats. Do not worry, they are used to tourists, and the noises of the air flights as well.
Adore the beauty of the Woodlands Homestead
Established in the 1840s, this timber knit house is a unique treasure that you’ll ever come across. You can go inside and explore its rooms in which there is an extensive collection of arts, mostly related to the history of the Living Legends.
Eat, drink and chill
Since it’s a picnic, why not grab some snacks on the way? You can try out Devonshire tea and barista-made coffee at the Woodlands Homestead if you like.