Get married in the Warburton Valley! Beautiful scenery for your photos is just the beginning.
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.
The all-terrain wheelchair, or TrailRider, is available for loan by visitors and residents to the Warburton Valley. It is built to handle rugged terrain and a wide variety of tracks providing access to walking trails not suitable for a regular wheelchair.
Coming up this SUNDAY 18 September! Dirty Dozen 2016 will see cyclists pit themselves against the steepest inclines in the Warburton Valley. Check out the link to see the climbs that are going to be the ultimate challenge - 13 in one day!
The township of Warburton recently became plastic bag free! What can you do to help keep our river plastic bag free, clean and safe for our unique fauna?
This weekend, come to Warburton and discover a world of hearty soups perfect to warm your bellies and fuel you up for all the wonderful outdoor activities we have to offer.
There are lots of awesome things to do in the Warburton Valley and especially for families - here's seven suggestions you can do today.
The Warburton and Yarra Valley's are home to a thriving and eclectic arts community and there are many galleries and art destinations to explore.
Celebrate the shortest weekend of the year with a moving feast of entrée size meals, it's the perfect way to meander around the Yarra Valley’s boutique wineries and savour great food, wine and music, without the hustle and bustle.
The closest snow to Melbourne can usually be found in Winter on the summit of Mt Donna Buang, near Warburton and just 70 km east of Melbourne.
There are lots of things for families to do in the Warburton Valley every day - so here's a list that is especially good for rainy autumn days and winter weekends.