Getting ready for a trip to Yarra Valley with alcohol? Here are some of the top winery accommodation Yarra Valley offers to stay as well as things to do while you’re there.
1. Balgownie Estate Vineyard Resort & Spa
Look no further than the Balgownie Estate Vineyard Resort and Spa in the Yarra Valley for the ultimate luxury weekend vacation. There are 70 suites total, including spa suites that look out over Yarra’s magnificent vines. You can enjoy a great glass of Shiraz from your balcony or the luxury of your full-size spa bath.
Drink some of Australia’s finest wines while unwinding, and add a horseback riding excursion to the mix! As you take in the magnificent views of Australia’s Great Dividing Range and Yarra Valley, mount a horse.
After your trail bike, reward yourself at Tokar Estate Yarra Valley with some excellent wine while admiring the surrounding rolling hills, vineyards, and mountain ranges. That sounds like a grand scheme, doesn’t it?
2. Yarra Valley Lodge
Relaxed rooms and 1-bedroom suites with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minibars, as well as safes and tea & coffee making amenities, are available at Yarra Valley Lodge.
This winery accommodation Yarra Valley includes free extras like breakfast and parking, as well as access to the nearby golf course and spa. A restaurant, a bar, and a room for events and meetings are other features.
When you visit Yarra, the Yarra Valley Hot Air Balloon Experience is a winner and unquestionably one to remember! Pro tip #1: Upgrade your ticket to include a flight and breakfast because you will likely be ravenous after such an exciting morning. Just picture yourself descending from your hot air balloon to a nice, hearty supper waiting for you. Sounds ideal, doesn’t it?
3. Chateau Yering Hotel
Escape to this lovely country getaway and savor the Chateau Yering’s, an iconic, heritage-listed hotel, with its beautiful ambiance.
The elegant, old-world beauty of Chateau Yering’s extensive history is reflected in its interiors, which are enhanced with marble and antiques. The property, which is situated on 250 acres of gorgeous Yarra Valley terrain, has amazing views of the surrounding fields and vineyards. A great starting point for exploring the area or relaxing at the hotel and taking advantage of the amenities!
How about taking it to the next level with a thrilling white water kayaking excursion in the Yarra River? The greatest way to make the vacation even more memorable is to paddle across 5 kilometers of grade 2 rocky rapids and flat waters.
4. De’Vine Escape
De’Vine Escape is one of the only options of winery accommodation Yarra Valley that is tucked away within 10 acres of vineyard in a peaceful setting and offers 23 studio apartments, each with an own courtyard and individual ensuite! You won’t have to travel very far to find some wonderful meals because Fergusson Restaurant is close by and open every day (except Tuesday) for breakfast and lunch.
Paddle along the banks of the Goulburn River towards the Murray River on this leisurely canoeing excursion to burn off some of that indulgence from all the wine and good food. You’ll discover the pristine Australian bush, which is home to over 100 species of birds and fish, including cockatoos, kookaburras, galahs, Murray Cod, Catfish, Yellowbelly, platypus, and more.
5. Sanctuary House Resort Motel
The only motel in Healesville with a tranquil 10-acre setting off the main road where you may get some well-deserved rest is Sanctuary House Resort Motel.
This is the ideal location to use as a base for seeing the best of the Yarra Valley, being uniquely situated on ten tranquil acres adjacent to Healesville Sanctuary and just a short drive from the Yarra Valley wineries. An outdoor pool, a table tennis room, a grilling area, a breakfast room and restaurant, and a peaceful bush walk are all on-site amenities.
Step into the enchanted Healesville Sanctuary to enter the heart of Australian wilderness. Meet and greet several natural Australian animals, including some lovely wombats, platypuses, cockatoos, and koalas that you can see atop some gum trees. Children between the ages of 4 and 15 can visit Melbourne Zoos without charge on weekends, VIC School Holidays, and Public Holidays.
Winery Tour Yarra Valley
Unit 201/98 River Esplanade
Docklands, VIC 3008
(03) 7042 3201