Melbourne's Yarra Valley is a whole life experience away from the city but only an hours drive. Come out and discover some of the unique and delicious things our villages and towns have to offer. Take the back roads and the left turns. Amble the footpaths and wander the streets. You wont be disappointed. When you take time out to discover new things hidden in your backyard you find yourself a whole new world.

Panton Hill

Panton Hill is a small rural community which boasts a general store, hotel and access to beautiful bushland reserves.


The township of Seville sits on the Lilydale - Warburton Rail Trail, a vibrant community resource used by walkers, runners, cyclists and horse riders. Cool down in summer here at the ever popular Seville Water Play Park. Loads of family fun!

St Andrews

St Andrews is known for its community market that is held every Saturday morning with it's famous Chai tent, huge range of stallholders and entertainment. The bustling little township of St Andrews also has a traditional sourdough bakery, lively pub and an extremely popular urban style pizza place


Toolangi sits only fifteen minutes up the road from Healesville and is most noted for it's spectacular National Forest. The name Toolangi is an Aboriginal word meaning tall trees

Wandin East

Wandin East Reserve is home to the annual Wandin-Silvan Field Days (a major agricultural fair). Just up the road from the Wandin East Reserve is Jay Berries, a family owned and operated u-pick farm

Wandin North

Attractions, such as the pretty as a picture Warratina Lavender Farm and it's delicious tea rooms, Mont De Lancey Historic Homestead with it's very popular dinning at Savoia Mont De Lancey, Wild Cattle Creek Winery and the numerous fruit orchards and nurseries the area is famous for.

Warburton East

Drive through Warburton, past the now famous Sanitarium building and you'll find yourself in East Warburton. There are many easy access points to the river here and you can dip your toes in the mountain fresh water or launch yourself out on an infaltable lilo for a little paddle. In this neck of the woods you will find yourself getting closer to the Little and Big Peninsula tunnels, the Redwood Forest and ever closer to the Upper Yarra Dam


Warrandyte was founded as a Victorian town, located in the once gold-rich rolling hills east of Melbourne, and is now on the north-eastern boundary of suburban Melbourne.


Wesburn, formerly Warburton West, stretches along several kilometres of the Highway between Yarra Junction and Millgrove, and includes the historic localities of Britannia Creek and Old Warburton.

Woori Yallock

Woori Yallock sits on the Warburton Highway. The traditional butcher here is famous for it's local quality meats and has been family owned for over two generations. The Warburton Trail passes through Woori Yallock so visitors and local alike walk and cycle the track as it runs along the dismantled former railway line.

Yarra Glen

Just over an hour from Melbourne, explore Yarra Glen's antique shops and independent boutiques in the heart of the Yarra Valley - not a chain store in sight!

Yarra Junction

Yarra Junction gives you wonderful access to the banks of the Yarra River, stunning mountain ranges and hills that flank the Warburton - Lilydale Rail Trail in this section and a fabulous family recreation reserve. Many opportunities to picnic, paddle in the water and barbecue for the whole family.


Yellingbo sits between Woori Yallock and Cockatoo. It is a small local hub with a tennis court and general store and is mostly known for the Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve.