Melbourne's Warburton Valley is a whole life experience away from the city but only an hours drive. Come out and discover some of the unique and delicious things our villages and towns have to offer. Take the back roads and the left turns. Amble the footpaths and wander the streets. You won't be disappointed. When you take time out to discover new things hidden in your backyard you find yourself a whole new world.


Perfect for a family day out or weekend away, with loads of attractions for kids and adults alike, the Warburton Valley has something for everybody.


Seville boasts a number of top-class wineries where visitors can enjoy local wine, excellent cuisine and the spectacular surroundings which make the Warburton Valley one of the most beautiful areas of Australia.


The district of Wandin presents something of a puzzle to newcomers – the shopping centre on the Warburton Highway is at Wandin North, there are a church and a school at Wandin Yallock, and a hall and sports facilities at Wandin East, but no actual ‘Wandin’.

Warburton Passport - Activity for Kids

Take a trip around Warburton and find the hidden treasures that make our town so special. Gather stamps on your Warburton Passport and redeem your reward at the Waterwheel Visitor Information Centre.


The Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail passes through the heart of Wesburn and Millgrove; the former railway station is now a public park with barbeque facilities and public toilets.

Woori Yallock, Launching Place and Don Valley

Woori Yallock is located in the centre of the Yarra Valley about 18 km east of Lilydale and the same distance west of Warburton. Healesville is a similar distance to the north. The confluence of the Yarra River and one of its major tributaries, Woori Yallock Creek, is about halfway between ‘Woori’ and Healesville.

Yarra Junction

The business centre of the Upper Yarra Valley, Yarra Junction lies 65km east of Melbourne near the convergence of the Yarra and the Little Yarra Rivers, offering beautiful views of Mount Toolebewong, Ben Cairn and Mount Victoria to the north, and Mount Tugwell to the east.