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.
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.
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.
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).