Romsey - Australia Elevation above sea level 493 metres
Latitude -37.35075o Longitude 144.743o
A rural village located 65 kilometres north west of Melbourne and set in the scenic Macedon Ranges, located on the world's third largest volcanic plain. The town of Romsey, surrounded on three sides by the Great Dividing Range, was officially recognised in 1858. This is distinctive wine country and you can sample the local nectar at the nearby numerous wineries. A short trip to the south-west will take you to the town Mount Macedon by way of the Camels Hump and the forests of a regional park which offers sweeping views as far south as Port Phillip Bay.