Work, Rest & Stay.
Remote working just got interesting!
Imagine - You and your friends arrive mid-week and settle in to work from the many comfy spaces throughout Sunday House.
Explore, eat & chill together - Stay throughout the weekend and leave relaxed, with a lazy 4pm checkout.
Welcome to the new era of remote working...
A truly amazing home to share with those you love.
Work from Sunday House and use the vast spaces to be completely productive while making the most of every precious moment away.
Where would you rather work?
SPACIOUS, WELL APPOINTED & WONDERFUL.
Sunday House has numerous spaces to work privately and adapts easily to both working and social occasions.
The study & library
The study and library offer solitude for those who speak too loudly on the phone or simply seek their own space.
The wide desk offers loads of room to spread out and work productively. The study has a lovely arched window, which looks out over beautiful, tree lined Francis Street.
When you're finished your day, swivel around and look over the hundreds of incredible books in our collection.
Lounge & media area
If you need a bigger display, or are organising a group meeting - the Main Hall's lounge area gives you this space, with comfort and all the tech capability you need.
If you like the idea of working sprawled out on a massive couch, with loads of cushions and a wooden ceiling 4 meters above your head, then this is the best remote working location you could hope for.
Large table & group working area
The 10-12 person dining table, provides a wonderful shared working space for friends working separately, or colleagues collaborating.
The solid glass top means there is no need to be overly worried about making yourself at home. This stylish, plant filled, bright room with amazing views through the large arched windows onto the garden make for the perfect frame of mind...
Informal breakout areas
An 8 seat kitchen table and bench seat in, is a bright space, which looks over the beautiful back yard. Enjoy this room's afternoon sunshine as you wrap up your day and begin the more social side of your stay.
The four seat meeting area outside the library and beside the wood fire is placed under two lovely arch windows.
Work remotely by yourself, with your friends, or with your colleagues as part of a work retreat. Either way, Sunday House is a unique and very relaxing space.
Work in the fresh air.
When the mood strikes and you need to think a little clearer then work outside on one of the lounges or at the outdoor dining table.
Damn it! Just throw a rug on the lawn and grab a couple of our numerous outdoor cushions and stare up at our amazing canopy of Elm trees!
Remote working just got interesting...
Sound & Audio
TV & Visual Connectivity
55" Samsung QLED Smart TV
Wifi - High speed NBN - Excellent connectivity
Direct access via HDMI and all the expected connectivity.
Sonos Sound System & Audio
x2 Play in Kitchen
x4 Play in Main Hall
X1 Sound Bar Main Hall, connected to TV & Music
Tablet - Use as a dashboard to access Spotify Playlists & Manage Speakers
Access Sunday House's Spotify Playlists or Login to Your Own
When work is done, it's time to play.
All within 30 Minutes Drive
Wineries & Local Producers
Discover wineries hidden in the picturesque hills and valleys around the region, many still operated by the families who founded them. Meet the winemakers, taste varieties, dine with a view of the vines, and make the most of the many cellar doors, which offer a casual, friendly atmosphere.
Second weekend of November.
The Maldon Swap Meet
This popular swap meet attracts sellers from QLD, SA & NSW as well as Victoria.
This event also attracts thousands of eager buyers looking to find a bargain on a wide range of collectable items.
2 Minutes walk - Second Sunday of the month
The Maldon Market is a monthly farmers and makers market, which brings together the very best hand made, local products and home grown produce from independent designers, artisans, craftspeople, gourmet food makers, growers and farmers.
Around the Town & Region
Maldon has to be the one of the best locations in Victoria for capturing the romance of the gold rush era and natural rugged landscape. Wander past old weatherboard homes, solid stone buildings and decorative shop fronts in this lovingly preserved Australian gold mining town. In recognition of this, in 2006, Maldon was awarded the 'most intact heritage streetscape' by the National Trust. You could easily plan an entire week of photography in Maldon and its stunning surrounds...
Around the Town & Region
Architecture & Stories
Make the most of some of the local's preferred locations. Affectionately known as 'The Roo', a friendly place where local folk gather. The menu is based on delicious local produce, including wines and meats from Maldon and surrounds. The area is known for big shiraz!
Still below the building there is said to be a series of tunnels, used during the gold rush days to discretely & securely move gold from the Bank onto the coach for transport to Melbourne. Another tunnel was used to take the bodies from the morgue to the Undertakers across the road.
Around the Town & Region
Walking & Cycling
The Castlemaine to Maldon Trail allows walkers and cyclists to enjoy stunning natural surroundings.
The 17.7 km walking and cycling trail links the shire's largest towns of Castlemaine and Maldon. Look out for the steam train as you walk, run or ride the trail, alongside the historic goldfields railway.
If you are not up for the return trip, travel back by the steam train!
5 Minute Walk
Go see the world’s only working, Cornelius Pedis, a 1877 steam driven engine. There is the 100 year old steam driven electric generator, valued at more than $700.000 including a giant very rare marble switchboard and an equally rare upright steam driven pump all from Thompson’s Foundry.
5 Minute Walk
The journey from tumultuous 1850s gold-mining town, through boom times and decline took an unprecedented turn in the 1960s. Between 1964 and 1969 Maldon’s historic 19th and early 20th century buildings and streetscapes were rediscovered, surveyed and declared ‘Notable’ by the National Trust. Once again Maldon was leading the way, this time as a ‘poster child’ for the fledgling heritage conservation movement.
10 Minute Walk
Maldon Steam Train Ride & Ales on Rails
Welcome to the Victorian Goldfields Railway; the authentic steam heritage train linking the historic gold mining towns of Castlemaine and Maldon in Central Victoria.
Jump aboard for the 'Ales on Rails' experience - Enjoy craft beer tastings from Central Victorian brewers on board the steam rain. Lunch included.
Maldon & Sunday House are to be shared.
See You Soon...