Slip away from the day-to-day on a mindful escape from the city to the Yarra Valley or Dandenong Ranges. Preserve your health – physical and mental – by tucking in at a secluded location, where fresh air and distance are plentiful.
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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What’s your ideal walk? A meander along well trodden paths? A heart pumping bush track up a hillside? A ‘getting away from it’ hike to a new destination? A walk with a view?
It’s school holidays and the kids are at home except this time they are really at home (plus many parents are still trying to hold together a working life at home). We all need a few magic tricks in our bag for occupying little hearts and minds and a little uptime among the downtime of COVID-19.
The need for freshy healthy food has never been more pronounced. If the queues at the supermarket are more than you can cope with (or they are sold out), the simple answer is just around the corner in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges.
Chateau Yering invites you to open your minds and palates for these evenings of grit, grace and gratitude with wine makers, brand ambassadors and passionate people representing generations of Yarra Valley wine making.
We might be in isolation but the good news is the Easter Bunny will still find us, and we can have tons of fun finding new ways to share our Easter goodness.
Schedule yourself some seriously (fun) mum-time now the kids are back at school.
There are lots of places that are great dining experiences for families – places with terrifically yummy children’s menus, places with lots of activities to keep kids amused, and destinations that offer wide open spaces where little legs can burn off some energy and build big appetites.
Even lovers of the great outdoors sometimes need to stay inside. Whether its too hot, too cold, too spring hayfevery or just a little whiffy (we’ve all experienced the effects of smoke on air quality), there is always something to do indoors to keep the kids entertained and you sane.
Celebrate Lunar New Year in the Yarra Valley. Gather the family together to bring in the Year of the Metal Rat.