Tourist Information

The Pine Hill Caravan Park is close to Wineries, The Dandenong Ranges, Healesville Sanctuary and Mt Donna Buang. Immerse yourself in the peace and tranquility of the Yarra Valley. Visit one of the 70 award winning wineries with sensational cellar doors and superb restaurants; relax at a day spa; take a balloon ride or enjoy the latest art exhibition at the TarraWarra Museum of Art.

Puffing Billy

Puffing Billy is Australia’s Premiere Preserved Steam Railway.
This century-old steam train is still running on its original mountain track from Belgrave to Gembrook in the scenic Dandenong Ranges and is a genuine relic of more leisurely days.
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William Ricketts Sanctuary

Situated in a ferny glade in the Dandenongs, William Ricketts Sanctuary is a place of beauty and tranquillity, due both to the natural setting and the mystical sculptures half hidden among ferns along the pathways. It is a place for quiet reflection and for contemplation of the essence of the vision of William Ricketts. Many travel across the world to visit this place time and time again. Read more…

Healesville Sanctuary

Springtime means babies at Healesville Sanctuary and the vet team is inviting visitors to bring in their teddy or favourite animal toy for a check-up in the Wildlife Hospital and get a Good Health certificate to take home. Read more…

Hot Air Balooning

Being Australia’s most professional ballooning company Global Ballooning provide passengers’ with a adventure experience. All our passengers are VIP and our focus is on your comfort, and enjoyment. Read more…

Lilydale Lake

Lillydale Lake is open at all times and has a range of facilities and activities to suit everyone.  Enjoy a picnic or barbecue, walk around the 28 hectare lake, or watch your children enjoy the all abilities playground.  Entry is free. There are 10 kilometres of shared trail at the park, perfect for walking or bike riding. Read more…

Warburton Trail

This rail trail is one of Australia’s most popular, starting from the end of the metropolitan rail network at Lilydale then heading through increasingly rural landscape to the resort town of Warburton nestled in the mountains. Read more…

Yarra Valley Farm Experiences

Less than 1 hours drive from the CBD is Melbourne’s food bowl, the Yarra Valley.

This is your guide to visiting the region’s real working farms to discover life on the land and try for yourself their seasonal treats. Delight in picking your own fruit and finding that sweetest cherry or berry. Walk the beautiful lavender fields or discover all the different varieties of juicy stone fruit that nature has to offer. Read more…

Mt Donna Buang

At an elevation of 1245 metres, the summit features a lookout tower which is 21 metres high and offers panoramic views over Melbourne, the Yarra Valley, Dandenong and Cathedral Ranges, Mount Baw Baw and the Alps. It is also a popular picnic area and starting point for walks on the mountain. Read more…

Yarra Valley Chocolatiere

Come and visit us in the picturesque Yarra Valley where our stunning architect designed Chocolaterie is a sweet feast for the senses. We welcome you with free chocolate tastings, displays of thousands of premium chocolates and European chocolatiers at work handcrafting our creations. Read more…

2017 Tulip Festival

Close to Melbourne, through the enchanted forests of Mount Dandenong, you can discover the Tesselaar Tulip Festival (The Tulip Farm) situated in the hills of Silvan.
9am until 5pm daily
14th September – 10th October 2017
The Tulip Farm, 357 Monbulk Rd, Silvan, Victoria
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