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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Rail Trail Fun In The Yarra Valley

Have you seen the new E Bikes? Yarra Valley Cycles sent our new guest blogger - Zoe Powell - off on a cycling adventure along the Lilydale to Warburton rail-trail. Such a terrific thing to do with a group, family or to simply take time for your self. Yarra Valley - travel it in so many ways.

Why I love weddings in the Yarra Valley

wedding photography Yarra Valley

Growing up in Healesville, it wasn’t actually until I left that I began to realise just what a unique and alluring part of the world the Yarra Valley truly is. After five years of working in Shanghai, I have a deeper appreciation of our sweeping vistas, rolling vineyards and crisp, country air than most - Read more.

Cherry Hill U-Pick Open 19th November 2016

Yarra Valley U-Pick Cherries

Cherry pick the sweetest fruit straight from the orchard this summer! Pick your own cherries at Cherryhill Orchards - Fun for all the family, and only an hour car drive from Melbourne's CBD... Read more.

Great Southern Beer & Cider Festival™

Yarra Valley Beer & Cider Festival

The past 10 years has seen an emerging culture in the beer brewing industry, where beer enthusiasts have taken the home brewing theme to an entirely new level by setting up their own micro-breweries, some of them offering brew your own beer as an option, many offering food to go with their artisan range of beers, and some nano-breweries attached to your local pub.

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