There's plenty to keep you on the go with an extensive network of bushwalking and cycling trails. From the popular Lilydale - Warburton Rail Trail to the glorious vista of the Yarra Ranges National Park that cradles the upper reaches of the Yarra River there is a path for you. Road cyclists enjoy the scenic rides such as the Chum Creek to Toolangi climb and the challenge of the Mt Donna Buang summit.

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.

Alowyn Gardens

Alowyn Gardens provides an informative and educational experience for anyone interested not only in gardening, but also the enjoyment of a beautiful garden. It has been designed with shade and comfort in mind.

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.

Blue Lotus Water Garden

A unique 14 acre display water garden of Lotus and Waterlilles. It can take 1-1.5 hours to walk the garden however most groups usually spend 2-3 hours enjoying the garden.

Cycling Vine Tours

Cycling, gourmet food and wine! Enjoy a leisurely rail trail bike ride through the Yarra Valley stopping at local vineyards for lunch and tastings.

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.

Gawa Wurundjeri Resource Trail

The Trail is a bush walk of discovery through Wurundjeri country - a country which is rich in natural resources that sustained the Wurundjeri people for more than 40,000 years.

Giro della Donna 2018

CyclingTips, SME360 and Visit Yarra Valley invite you to join us on Sunday November 26, 2017 for the annual Giro della Donna. Brace yourselves; it’s gonna be a cracker of a day if last year's event was anything to go by.

Healesville Sanctuary

"Explore a bushland haven for Australian wildlife at Healesville Sanctuary, just one hour from Melbourne in the stunning Yarra Valley."

Kalatha Giant

The Kalatha Giant has survived several major fires in its lifetime, as well as escaping the logging that took many of the trees surrounding it. The immediate area is now protected and is a popular tourist attraction. Take an easy stroll along the boardwalk to learn more about the forest ecosystem and the giants within. The Kalatha Giant is located at Kalatha Creek in the Toolangi State Forest and is approximately 65 metres tall.

Kinglake Forest Adventures

KFA is an adventure and nature oasis. Treetops, zipline, free falls, birthday parties, teambuilding & outdoor activities, KFA is perfect for your next weekend adventure.

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.

Lake Mountain Alpine Resort

Lake Mountain is Melbourne's closest and most affordable alpine resort, offering a mountain of fun all year round. From June to September, Lake Mountain transforms into a winter wonderland providing an ideal first time snow experience.

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.

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.

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