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In times of uncertainty, the familiar and the old school can become incredibly comforting.
Pretty cocktails that are fresh on the palate, easy on the eye, and a pleasure to drink. The blushing pinks of spring are a refreshing alternative at your next garden party.
Looking for lunch, dinner, or even breakfast by an open fire? When the winter season arrives, the Yarra Valley is ready with roaring fires, warm-you-up wintry walks and delicious food and wine that makes winter days and nights a celebration of cool.
Producers, makers, growers and more have quickly adapted to the new world of living from home and are offering online shop-at-home experience that give you all the right connections to hard to get, or previously unavailable, Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges products.
It’s a stay at home kinda day for most dads this Father’s Day but there are still plenty of ways to make his day as special as he is.
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.
Take a drive this weekend and spend time with your loved ones in the green spaces that are the lungs of Melbourne. In a short time, you’ll have changed up the city scape for the green comfort of trees and pasture – Eltham, Diamond Creek or Hurstbridge are just a couple of destinations to set on your GPS.
There’s so much to do in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges that it’s worth planning a longer stay and school holidays is the perfect time to escape the city and spend some real time in the mountains and valleys.
Weekend drives are wonderful ways to find new places. The Melba Highway, while still part of the Yarra Valley, offers a unique drive opportunity and holds many gems to be discovered.