On October 27th to 29th a mob of enthusiastic bushwalkers from all over Victoria will descend upon Warburton to share the beauty of the Yarra Valley on Bushwalking Victoria’s Federation Walks Weekend.
Statement from the Warburton Waterwheel Visitor Information Centre
Due to the rapidly changing environment concerning the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) we wish to advise that as from Monday 23 March the Waterwheel Visitor Information Centre will be closed until further notice and will not monitoring emails or the phone calls at the Centre.
This is to safeguard the health of our visitors, the community as well as our volunteer staff, Handmakers and Art Gallery exhibitors.
We will continue to keep you informed on the situation.
Thank you for your understanding and we apologise for any inconvenience the closure may cause.
Marianne Vos, the two-time Olympic gold medallist, three-time road world champion and seven-time cyclocross world champion, will be riding this year’s Holden Giro della Donna
From This Place focuses on women who have whole heartedly embraced the artists’ way of life. In telling their personal stories of their challenges and successes, we are gifted with inspirational insights that relate to living a creative life wherever you are.
This weekend it’s dad’s pick but here are our top 5 suggestions the whole family can enjoy.
Giro della Donna is a hidden gem starting in the stunning township of Warburton and finishing at the top of Mt Donna Buang,
The River of Light festival is an afternoon-evening event, from 5pm to 10pm, held in the town and along the Yarra River, showcasing both the beauty of Warburton itself, as well as celebrating local businesses and producers/growers, in a family friendly community event.
Warburton Habitat Tree offers Eco Tours to groups and student education programs that promote the long term conservation of Victoria’s native forests, wildlife and aquatic ecosystems.
The From This Place project reveals the unique stories and images of fourteen incredible local women that will inspire the artist in everyone.
Looking for something different to do over the Winter school holidays? Throw on a warm jacket and some sturdy shoes and come visit Rayners Orchard, a unique farm in the Yarra Valley that grows over 450 varieties of fruit.
Winter fruits are a little burst of sunshine in winter time. Rayner's Orchard has plenty to offer during the cooler months. In fact, they have at least 8 varieties of fruit every day of the year.