The Yarra Valley has a wonderful assortment of parks and camp grounds to satisfy visitor needs. Whether you're a family with children that require lots of onsite park facilities or you're more laid back adventure and nature based travellers we can find the right spot for you.

Ada Tree Walk

The Ada Tree, located in the Yarra State Forest in the Yarra Valley, is a giant Mountain Ash and is considered to be one of Victoria's largest living trees.

Big Peninsula Tunnel

An interesting man made formation created in the 1860's that has diverted the Yarra River flow and is now a popular picnic, walk and swimming spot.

Camping in the Yarra Valley

Camping in the Yarra Valley is the ultimate in a camping holiday! From basic campsites to full glamping, you can find accommodation to suit your budget.

Dee Road Picnic Area

Located at the top of the Dee Road in Millgrove, alongside the O'Shannassy Aqueduct Trail, is a small picnic area with a beautiful view of the valley.

Healesville Outdoor Pool

The Healesville Outdoor Pool is located in beautiful Queens Park in Healesville. This seasonal aquatic facilities operates from December to March.

Kinglake National Park

Kinglake National Park lies on the slopes of the Great Dividing Range, offering dramatic views of the Melbourne skyline, Port Phillip Bay, the Yarra Valley and across to the You Yangs.

Lake Eildon National Park

Lake Eildon National Park is in the northern foothills of Victoria's Central Highlands, 150 km north-east of Melbourne. Situated on the shores of Lake Eildon, the park protects 27,750 ha of rugged hills with open woodlands through to dense forest.

Lake Mountain

Experience the beauty and wonder of the alpine landscape at Lake Mountain. Only 120kms, which is less than 2 hours, out of Melbourne. It provides sensational views, exremely popular cross-country skiing and tobogganing durng the winter months and fabulous adventure activities and mounatin biking during the warmer months.

Leo's Foot

Forming a backdrop to the tourism hotspot of the Yarra Valley, Mt. St Leonard has been celebrated for generations by Australian poets and painters alike.

Lillydale Lake & Playground

Lillydale Lake is open at all times and has a range of facilities and activities to suit everyone, including an all-abilities playground, outdoor fitness station, walking tracks, fishing jetties, BBQs, picnic shelters, sandy beach areas and public toilets.

Lilydale Outdoor Pool

The Lilydale Outdoor Pool is located near the Lilydale Recreation Reserve and Melba Park. The facility provides a 50m non heated outdoor pool, heated learner and toddler pool, kiosk and lawn area.

Lilydale-Warburton Rail Trail

The Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail is a 38 km track following the old railway line through the towns of Wandin, Worri Yallock, Seville, Launching Place, Yarra Junction, Wesburn, Millgrove and terminating in Warburton.

Lubra Bend Garden

The Lubra Bend landscape features a glorious Guilford-Bell House set amongst an established garden of camellias, magnolias, oaks and a Phillip Johnson designed dry garden, cascading 600m to the Yarra River.

Maroondah Reservoir Park

Maroondah features gardens with stands of native and exotic trees, native animals and birds and walking tracks. Its playground, lawns and cool summer shade make it a popular picnic destination in warmer months.

Marysville State Forest

Marysville State Forest abounds in gorgeous scenic drives such as Lady Talbot Drive which is accessed via Woods Point Road just east of town. Attractions along this route include the Phantom Falls, Keppel Falls, Taggerty River crossing and The Beeches Rainforest Walk which is a scenic 4 kilometre circuit through ancient rainforests with many trees over 300 years old.

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