The Yarra Valley is a green area near Melbourne, Australia, that surrounds the Yarra River. The valley is a popular area with both locals and tourists as it has a range of natural features. The area is also home to many wineries that produce chardonnay, pinot noir and sparkling wine. It is also home to the Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail, which is a 38 km track following the old railway line through the towns of Wandin, Worri Yallock, Seville, Launching Place, Yarra Junction, Wesburn, Millgrove and terminating in Warburton.
The best way to get to the nature spot is by car. You can also get there by using public transport, travel by train to ‘Hurstbridge’, ‘Lilydale’ or ‘Belgrave’ from Melbourne.
Opening Times and Admission
The area is a public area it is free to access. There are various visitor centres situated around the valley.