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.

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.

Mt Donna Buang

At an elevation of 1245 metres, the summit features a lookout tower which is 21 metres high and offers panoramic views over Melbourne, the Yarra Valley, Dandenong and Cathedral Ranges, Mount Baw Baw and the Alps. It is also a popular picnic area and starting point for walks on the mountain.

Mt Evelyn Skate Park

Street style skate park that transitions between a top and bottom level, offering varied skate experiences for the novice and more experienced skaters and riders. The skate park is located next to Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail.

O'Shannassy Aqueduct Trail

The O'Shannassy Aqueduct trail is a 30 kilometre walking and bike riding trail from East Warburton to Don Valley in the Upper Yarra Valley.

Rainforest Gallery-Warburton

This beautiful site features a 40 metre long observation platform which takes you into the rainforest canopy 15 metres above the ground in the Yarra Ranges National Park near Warburton.

Red Earth Community Park

Located next to the Mooroolbark Community Centre, this playground has basket swings, spinning disks and spiral slide. Part of the larger Red Earth Community Park with lots of open space including a sports oval.

Seville Water Play Park

Seville is home to the Yarra Valley's first water play park. Located next to the township of Seville, and the Seville Recreation Reserve, the water play park is a great place for children of all ages, and families to enjoy.

Sugarloaf Reservoir Park

Nestled in the Christmas Hills, Sugarloaf is a tranquil setting for a picnic or a stroll near the reservoir shores, offering wonderful views across the water. For the more energetic, there is a 15km walk that circumnavigates the reservoir.

The Eastern Golf Club

The Eastern Golf Club with Kangaroos, Yarra Valley
Located within an hour of Melbourne, Australia - The Eastern Golf Club has established a beautiful country estate featuring within the peaceful environment of the Yarra Valley. The golfing enthusiast will enjoy, a Greg Norman designed, 27-hole championship course, and Par-3 9-hole, Shark Waters.

Toolangi State Forest

Toolangi State Park has a number of things to see and do including a Discovery Centre, scenic trails and a variety of wildlife - including the elusive lyrebird!

Top Views in the Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley boasts a mix of breathtaking views that travel over vineyards, farmland, waterways and forest. Crisp cool mornings treat the early bird to spectacular moments as the fog rises and the hot air balloons come out to play. Find a vantage point from one of our many viewing towers and soak up the diversity of stunning landscape that unfolds in front of you. Professional or simply an enthusiast this region is a photographers paradise.

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Seven monuments have been installed throughout the region of present day Healesville to delineate the boundaries of Coranderrk Aboriginal Station when it was at its largest, in 1866, at some 4,850 acres. Each marker comprises an upturned flagpole and brick footing, with a plaque on each face, surrounded by Coranderrk (Christmas bush).

Upper Yarra Reservoir Park

The Upper Yarra Reservoir Park is popular for picnics, camping, sightseeing, or just an excuse for a drive or ride into a beautiful part of Victoria. The Park offers breathtaking views of the reservoir and the surrounding catchment from the lookouts.

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