One of the best places to encounter Australian wildlife is in it's natural habitat. Find yourself having an 'up close and personal' experience with our local flora and fauna. Enjoy our backyard of adventure playgrounds and picnic spots in the bush along creeks and streams. Wander the tracks and climb the hills.

Reids Tramline Walk

The Reids Tramline walk provides an entertaining look at some of the relics of the historic tramline along which horses, and later, steam-powered locomotives hauled huge logs out of the forest.

Richards Tramline Walk

An 11 kilometres walk discovering the old Tramlines that connected significant historical sites on the outskirts of East Warburton.

Seven Acre Rock

Seven Acre Rock is a large rocky outcrop that provides some of the most spectacular views of the Yarra State Forest, Bunyip State Park and adjoining farm land. On a clear day, it is possible to see Western Port Bay and Port Phillip Bay.

Sugarloaf Reservoir Park

Nestled in the Christmas Hills, Sugarloaf is a tranquil setting for a picnic or a stroll near the reservoir shores, offering wonderful views across the water. For the more energetic, there is a 15km walk that circumnavigates the reservoir.

The Ada Tree Walk

The Ada Tree, a giant Mountain Ash is more than 76 metres tall and is considered one of Victoria's largest living trees.

The Warburton Hotel, Wesburn

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We offer quality food and drinks in a beautiful setting. Our light-filled bistro serves up delicious pub fare – we are fussy when it comes to food and our bar area and beer garden is a place to feel at home – ponder over a pot or share a bottle of Yarra Valley wine with friends.

Toolangi State Park

Toolangi State Park has a number of things to see and do including a Discovery Centre, scenic trails and a variety of wildlife - including the elusive lyrebird!

Top Picnic Spots in the Yarra Valley

Take the time to be in the outdoors and feel the difference. Picnics can be the ultimate in a family day out or an intimate day for two to reconnect and wash the worries of the week away. Fresh air, stunning views, amazing wildlife and spectacular gardens all make for an entirely wonderful adventure.

Top Views in the Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley boasts a mix of breathtaking views that travel over vineyards, farmland, waterways and forest. Crisp cool mornings treat the early bird to spectacular moments as the fog rises and the hot air balloons come out to play. Find a vantage point from one of our many viewing towers and soak up the diversity of stunning landscape that unfolds in front of you. Professional or simply an enthusiast this region is a photographers paradise.

TrailRider - All Terrain Wheelchair for free hire

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.

Upper Yarra Reservoir Park

The Upper Yarra Reservoir Park is popular for picnics, camping, sightseeing, or just an excuse for a drive or ride into a beautiful part of Victoria. The Park offers breathtaking views of the reservoir and the surrounding catchment from the lookouts.

Walk Into History

Following historic timber tramways that wind their way through spectacular forest and cool temperate rainforest.

Warburton Fly Fishing

Fly fishing is a relaxing sport that promotes good health and wellbeing. Warburton Fly Fishing teaches people to fly fish for a lifetime of relaxation, adventure and mindfulness in Warburton, where a ‘river runs through it’.

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.

Warburton's Platypus Mural

The Yarra River is a local hotspot for platypus and the platypus mural if Warburton’s unique way to raise awareness about the importance of keeping our local waterways healthy and litter-free.

Yarra Centre - Swim, Gym, Wellness

The Yarra Centre is a multi-function Aquatic and Leisure Centre located on the Warburton Hwy, Yarra Junction. The centre comprises of aquatic facilities including a 25m heated pool, a leisure and toddler pool with various water play features; health club, group fitness, a multipurpose room, 2 court stadium, creche, cafe and pro-shop facilities.

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