A regional round up of all the best Mother's Day Lunches and High Teas in Melbourne's Yarra Valley
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.
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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.
Tip tips to make your snow trip to Lake Mountain the best time ever
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!
“When people enter Projekt 3488 they often don’t know what to make of it, but as they feel into the building, they are transformed by it. Love is transforming too, and I want everyone to feel their place here and be who they are.”
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?
No visit to the Yarra Valley is complete without a walk in nature. Pack a pair of comfy walking shoes and your drink bottle and discover our beautiful trees, flowers and wildlife (you may spot a kangaroo, a koala or even a lyrebird!), waterfalls and mountain tops with breathtaking views.
Indigenous history in the region is centred around Coranderrk Aboriginal Station which is located on the Yarra Flats, bordered by the Yarra River, Badger Creek, Watts River and the slopes of Mount Riddle. Here are 10 ways to have an Indigenous experience in the region.
If you spend the week yearning for wide open spaces, fresh air and some real time with the ones you love, Find Your Self in Nillumbik this Sunday – just one hour’s drive from Melbourne (and on your way to the Yarra Valley!).
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.