The award-winning team at Cave Hill Creek near Beaufort love a good Autumn event. To celebrate their 30th birthday they have secured the Victorian Concert Orchestra to perform on Sunday 13th May at 2pm. Cave Hill Creek was established by Ian and Julie Chandler in 1988. Back then Cave Hill Creek was simply a sheep paddock with perhaps 25 mature trees, no lake, buildings or beautiful gardens. A farmer and a teacher, they saw incredible opportunity to create a spectacular lake, group accommodation and function venue on this picturesque parcel of land at the top of the Raglan Valley at the foothills to Mount Cole.

With a passion for hospitality, hard work and a keen eye for the environment, Cave Hill Creek steadily grew, like their young family. Today Cave Hill Creek is run by second-generation owners Tim and Angela Chandler. It is a year- round operation hosting school and summer camps, stays for corporate, community and social groups, guided walks on the Beeripmo Track in Mount Cole and stunning destination weddings. A commitment to tourism and education excellence rewards guests with new and exciting experiences every time they visit. In 2016 and again in 2017 Cave Hill Creek won Gold at the prestigious RACV Victorian Tourism Awards.

It is 6 years since the 40 piece Victorian Concert Orchestra last played in the Pyrenees. Conductor Gerald Keuneman OAM will again lead the touring orchestra who are renowned for bringing their substantial musical talents to regional Victoria. Take a folding chair or a picnic rug and enjoy the serenity of the gardens and spectacular bush and lakeside location. All ticket proceeds to be donated to the JDRF for type 1 diabetes research. For tickets please call Cave Hill Creek on 5349 7381.