People, places, stories – we bring the Yarra Valley to life for you with blogs that capture the heart of this remarkable destination. Find Your Self in the history of an award-winning winery, inspired by a recipe featuring local produce or learning the secret locations that offer the best views or the foodie experience that you will never forget.

Get the inside word on where to get the best coffee, find fabulous day itineraries, immersive cultural experiences, and perfect getaway accommodation. Live like a local and wander through nature at your pace jump on a cycling track or maybe for you it's a drive through the majestic forest trees. It’s all here.

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Natural Altars make your space

natural altar, Yarra Valley, off peak weddings, getting hitched

Today 70% of ceremonies are held ‘outside’ a church setting, and how you choose to define the space could just as easily have you talking with a sculptor as a florist!

Tattoo your Love

With a nod to the tradition of bridal henna art, the tattoo takes on a new form – artful, botanical, sentimental – tattoos today can be stunning reminders of your day and the love you share.

Fabulous Food Truck Weddings

Do your wedding your way. If a sit down, choice-of-two style of wedding is not for you, then the Food Truck Wedding could be the perfect way to create the wedding of your dreams.

Go to the Snow on Mt Donna Buang this winter

Melbourne’s closest snow experience at Mt Donna Buang is only an hour’s drive away – perfect for a quick day trip and even better if you plan to stay over and really enjoy the wintery escape of the local village Warburton

Linger longer - The Pre-wedding moon

While the need for some special time together is a beautiful way to start married life, we’d like to suggest another option. How about easing into your wedding day with a pre-wedding moon?

Real Weddings - Cait and Steph get hitched

Real Wedding: After years of friendship, Steph finally plucked up the courage to confess her love to Caitlin sitting in a car on a Melbourne street. I Caitlin replied, “I know!” and the rest is history!

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