York on Lilydale

The York on Lilydale is situated 45 minutes from Melbourne at the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges and Gateway to the Yarra Valley, with an enviable reputation as a versatile corporate and social venue.  Scenically located on 4.5 hectares of natural bushland, including a picturesque lake and free form pool.  Enjoy fine dining in the Family bistro or relax in the beer garden which adjoins the sports bar.

Versatile function and event venue specialising in events such as: wedding receptions, engagement parties, christenings and birthday celebrations, corporate seminars and sporting functions.

Catering available from 5 people up to 600 people.

Family Bistro menu offers a wide range of seasonal dishes, reasonably priced, with specials. Children's menu and seniors meals available as well.

Pubtab offers TAB betting, Sportsbet and Trackside.

With a variety of amusement machines, 2 pool tables, open wood fire and heated beer garden available.

Opening Hours:

Buffet: Breakfast Sunday 8.30am - 10.30am

Lunch: Monday - Sunday 12.00pm - 2.30pm

Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5.30pm - 8.30pm, Friday - Saturday 5.30pm - 9pm .

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