Situated on top of a hill with panoramic views of our rural property, our 1929 vintage Melbourne Tram No. 590 is ideal for a couple or family of 4. It contains a cosy sitting room complete with TV/DVD and MP3/CD player. There are 2 bedrooms, one with a queen size bed and one with 2 single beds.
A walk through the Driver’s compartment brings you to the bathroom which contains a shower, toilet and sink.
Tram No. 590 is fully carpeted and has air conditioning/heating and electric blankets.
A few steps away from the Tram is a fully self-contained kitchen and eating area. Here you will find table, chairs, fridge, microwave, compact cooker with grill, oven and 2 hotplates, electric frypan, toaster, tea/coffee making facilities crockery and cutlery. There is also a BBQ.
Strictly non smoking.
Many of our guests enjoy visiting nearby attractions such as the famous miniature English village of Cockington Green and the National Dinosaur Museum as well as shopping at the Gold Creek Village which has a range art galleries, gift shops and specialty stores. For the outdoor minded there are two golf courses, the Gold Creek County Club and Gungahlin Lakes , as well as the Gooroomon Ponds Riding School. There is also a beautiful sustainable day spa, the Geranium House that offers a variety of spa treatments and packages. All these and more are located within a 10 minute drive.
Last Stop Ambledown Brook is within walking distance of the three award winning Hills of Hall Wineries: Brindabella Hills, Pankhurst and Surveyors Hill and within a 20 minute drive of a dozen more nationally recognized cool climate wineries such as Doonkuna , Helms and Clonakilla. To find out more about these and other local wineries please visit the Canberra District Wineries Website.
Places to Eat
Within a 10 minute drive there are range of places to eat. Some of our guest’s favourites are Poacher’s Pantry, the Ugly Duckling Bistro in Hall Village and The Green Herring at Gold Creek . The George Harcourt Inn an English Style Pub can also be found at Gold Creek Village. Both Gungahlin and Dickson are within a 15 minute drive from the Last Stop and both offer a range of restaurants and fast food outlets.
For weekend guests there are a range of markets that sell everything from art, craft and regional produce to clothing, antiques and bric-a-brac. The Hall Markets feature hundreds of stalls and are held on the first Sunday of every month from 10am till 3pm. The multi-award winning Old Bus Depot Markets are held every Sunday from 10am till 4pm in Kingston.
Vintage treasures, second hand books and great international food can be found at Gorman House Markets every Saturday from 10am till 4pm. For the real bargain hunter, Sunday Trash and Treasure markets are held in the Jamison Carpark in Macquarie and Woden Shopping Centre Carpark in Phillip from 5:30am till 1pm.
We are happy to provide you with directions