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.
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.
The From This Place project reveals the unique stories and images of fourteen incredible local women that will inspire the artist in everyone.
The weather is set for low 20s and Warburton is basking in beautiful sunshine that is turning so many of our trees gold and red. It’s a stunning time to visit! Here's our top 10 activities!
Warburton is wonderful. But don't just take our word for it, watch this video from Zoran and his family showcasing the amazing stay they had in Warburton a few weeks ago.
The TrailRider is an all terrain wheelchair that helps make our natural environment accessible for everyone. Available for free hire from the Waterwheel.
The Herb and Chilli Festival on March 18 & 19 is for everyone. It is our family inviting you and your family to spend a day relaxing and enjoying some of life’s pleasures and chill(i) out!
Every Friday afternoon from 4.30pm to sunset, the Warburton Summer Produce Market takes place adjacent to Cog Bike Café and the Warburton Lilydale Rail Trail in Warburton.
This fantastic accessible community festival is clean and green. Nature Tourism is the theme this year. We will host a bush survival school, the Famous Recycled Fashion Parade, big Eco market, Live music, kids activites, roving performers and more.