The Yarra Valley has a terrific array of hero attractions - things that really should be on your 'must do' list, maybe even your 'bucket list'. Organise a trip around one or two of these and you will create a stay no one will ever forget.
Bunjil Place is the first facility of its kind, bringing together creativity, entertainment and community through an unprecedented mix of facilities including an outdoor plaza, theatre, multipurpose studio, function centre, library and gallery.
Once the home of Dame Nellie Melba, this is a property with an unrivalled provenance. Seven acres of stunning gardens, beautifully appointed facilities in the restored motor house and clock tower. A truly unique gourmet and cultural experience.
Funfields Theme Park in Whittlesea offers a tantalising mix of both wet and dry rides set in a pristine park like setting. Conveniently located only 40 kms from Melbourne, a visit to Funfields is a must.
Start your Yarra Valley day with a sunrise hot air balloon experience with Global Ballooning Australia. Allow the breeze to usher you along the valley and after your flight, enjoy a delicious sparkling breakfast at Balgownie Estate.
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.
Montsalvat, Australia’s oldest artist community, is situated in Nillumbik Shire's Eltham township and welcomes everyone to take part in their exhibitions, festivals, concerts, workshops and artists’ residencies.
Situated in the heart of the Yarra Valley, Rochford Wines has transformed its restaurant, cellar door and event destination to adapt to the current climate. Rochford has launched a brand new grocery store alongside an extensive take away menu, all available for home delivery.
Set on 200 acres of cabernet grapes, Stones of the Yarra Valley has developed an outstanding reputation for its eclectic menu, extensive regional wine list and impeccable service. Look out floor-to-ceiling views towards the Great Dividing Range.
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.