The time is cherry ripe to take a trip to the Yarra Valley – the summer U-pick season is well underway!
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Looking for some summer holiday fun this Summer School Holidays? Get the family together and discover fun activities in the Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges
Your kids will love that it’s all done with fun at Eastern Golf Club! School holidays is a great time to learn new skills and the Golf and Tennis Program being offered this January is an ideal way to get your children outside and active.
Cool activities are all the go in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges this January. Come for a day, stay a week – there’s so much to do to bring the family together. Try out a completely new experience in the outdoors and give your children the gift of new skills, new friendships and new discoveries!
We love cycling with a ‘leisurely sense of adventure’. I think that’s the best way to describe a Vine Tour. Our tours are laid back and full of opportunities for rest stops in picturesque locations. We make many stops so people can capture that awesome (instagrammable) photo.
Melba Highway is home to our Alternative Taste Trail but on the weekend of 10th & 11th November it's the artists that we'll be seeking out as the final weekend of Open Studios Yarra Valley takes place
Spring has sprung, and it’s time to say goodbye to winter soups and stews and hello to lighter fare. The humble salad - once a chef’s after-thought – now takes centre stage on Yarra Valley menus, with ingredients from pickled cabbage, to smashed avo, eggs and five-spice pork. Check out six of the best on offer as the weather heats up.
Luca named his restaurant DiVino because it means two things – ‘divine’ and ‘in wine’. “I love the idea of being ‘in the wine’ it says so much about savouring the good things in life. We are lucky we can eat well, drink, well, and enjoy life! That’s all that matters.
Looking for something to do or somewhere to eat in the Yarra Valley over Christmas and New Year? Here's a list of what's open!
What I remember about my time travelling in Italy is how friendly people are. You are treated like a brother or sister by everyone. That hospitality is part of the way of life, and it’s something we really bring to Graceburn as well – a cosy space, a rustic bar that feels like home.