Dear Members and Guests

In line with the Government’s latest announcement of eased restrictions for regional Victoria, the Board and Management of KBR are thrilled to announce the resort is now open and welcoming all guest from regional Victoria.

Social distancing rules and some restrictions will continue to be implemented to ensure the health and safety of all staff, members and guests. All visitors are required to scan the QR codes that are located throughout the resort, aswell as wearing a face mask at all times. The use of sanitizer stations provided is encouraged. It is also essential that you alert staff if you become unwell during your stay

Pool use will resume for all members and guests. Members must sign a health declaration form and collect keys before 5pm.

 Unfortunately the spa and sauna will be closed until further notice.

Should you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us on (03) 5422 0888 or email

During the closure, the grounds have been able to regenerate beautifully. Spring is now here and our resort is looking it's absolute best and we can't wait to share it with you.


KBR Team


Kyneton Bushland Resort - A Unique Holiday Experience.

Kyneton Bushland Resort provides affordable, quality holiday accommodation in fully self-contained villas and apartments.

The Resort has 55 individual villas spread amongst 50 acres of natural Australian bushland. As well there are seven modern apartments overlooking the two hectare lake.

Rest, relax and enjoy the wonders of the Australian bush in an award-winning resort.

At Kyneton Bushland Resort you can create the holiday experience you are looking for, whether that’s getting away with the kids on a family holiday or enjoying a quiet getaway by yourselves where you can rest and relax.

Kyneton Bushland Resort also offers something unique to the interstate or overseas traveller being conveniently located in Central Victoria with its numerous wineries and many popular tourist areas including Daylesford – Spa Country, Macedon Ranges – Hanging Rock, Bendigo, Ballarat and Melbourne.



  • Swimming in the resort's pool or unwinding in the spa and sauna;
  • Playing 18 holes of mini golf or a game of chess or checkers on the giant board;
  • Canoeing, fishing or swimming in the lake;
  • Bringing your own bike to explore the resort and local area;
  • Playing tennis or squash;
  • Spotting Australian wildlife - guests have seen kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, numerous species of birds and reptiles, and enjoyed hand feeding possums during their stay;
  • Enjoying subsidised golf at the nearby Kyneton Golf Club and Trentham Golf Club.



Timeshare is a practical concept that allows people to own a holiday interval (usually a week) in a resort. Because they share with many other owners in the expense of the construction and maintenance of the resort, they are assured of relatively inexpensive access to quality accommodation and facilities.