Tucked away amongst the tall trees and rolling hills is the small township of Ripplebrook. It is situated 14km south west of Drouin and approximately 100 km from Melbourne. Mainly comprised of farmland, Ripplebrook is mostly known for its horse agistment and stud farms.
There are some wonderful tourist attractions in Ripplebrook. Visit the award-winning winery and savour their genuine Italian home style cooking, or stay overnight in the luxurious Ripplebrook cottages. These self-contained cottages offer bed and breakfast in a beautiful farm stay location.
Home to one of Australia's finest gardens is "The Garden at Rosehill Farm". This garden opens its doors to the public for viewing at certain times during the year. Ripplebrook also has a small rural primary school; however, you will need to travel to nearby Drouin or Warragul for shopping conveniences.