Discover the best top things to do in Warrandyte, Australia including Warran Glen Cafe, Diamond Valley Railway, Yarra Valley Winery Tours, 100 Acres Reserve, Maroondah Adventure Golf Park, Ringwood Lake, Mount Lofty, Stonehouse Gallery and Shop, Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail, Eastland Shopping Centre.
Restaurants in Warrandyte
4 based on 54 reviews
Had the Best Breakfast Ever. Found everything from service to a wonderful atmosphere to be absolutely perfect. Highly recommended.
5 based on 151 reviews
Brought our 5 year old grand-daughter here (and her older sister) for a birthday treat. After a reasonably long ride around corners, through stations, across Bridges and through tunnels; we asked our birthday girl what she wanted to do next. The reply was
"Please may we do it again, but on another train." We did and they were just as excited the second time around. What a fantastic place! There are picnic facilities, a children's playground, horse rides, and a van that sells enormous gelati ice creams!. Definitely worth a visit.
5 based on 109 reviews
Yarra Valley Winery Tours was established in 1992 and is located in the Yarra Valley region. Public Winery Tours - with a small group size & flexible itinerary. Private Tours - for any group size, can be tailored to suit your requirements. Celebrations, social outings, Hen's Days. Corporate client entertainment, team building, incentive or reward. Private charter or wedding & concert transfer also available.
We have been to many wineries in the Yarra Valley as we live closeby, but it was lovely to be picked up and driven by someone else. Our driver/ guide David was very knowledgeable and took us to a couple of wineries that we had never been to which was great, as well as others that were favourites. We had lunch at De Bortolis which is always wonderful food and service, we even tasted and bought some cheese from their special cheese room. It was a bonus that there was just four of us plus driver on the tour, so it was very personal and in a most comfortable vehicle. Communication with the company was reliable and timely. The other couple on the tour with us were from the US and they had booked it from there with no problem. Thanks to all concerned for a great day and especially my daughter for the gift voucher.
4 based on 6 reviews
It is large hence its name and the wooded area sits behind a football field and some other open areas. Around its edges it is now fairly much developed and good to see someone had the foresight to retain this piece of natural bush. There are some walking tracks through what is typical Australian bush land.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
A lovely place to take the family or a loved one for a git of mini golf. With the outdoor and indoor course on offer (or both if you cant resist), the courses are both challenging and fun. They are constantly upgrading with minor changes made regularly. Also great to be able to win prizes for hole in ones and overall score. Ask at the desk when you finish.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
If you can ignore the brown colour of the water you will find Ringwood Lake a restful oasis.
A great childrens playground, plenty of tables and bench Seating, interesting paths, open spaces and the lake.
I have taken my Grandson, Thomas there often. The area is always clean, safe and dotted with families.
There are families feeding the ducks on the lake if that suits you, clean amenities and lots of shady trees for when the weather gets warmer.
A lovely space!
5 based on 5 reviews
Mount Lofty features some of the nicest views in Warrandyte State Park. This 5.5 km walk is the perfect way to take in the summit and surrounding area, without getting the heart pumping too much or taking up too much time. There are several spots along the banks of the Yarra River (just off the track) that would be perfect for a picnic.
The walk begins at the point where the Yarra River meets Brushy Creek, which is said to be the birth-place of a Wurundjeri elder called William Barak. Start by crossing the foot-bridge (over the creek) at the north end of the carpark. Warrandyte State Park officially begins on the other side of the bridge and a well defined gravel walking track will lead you along the Yarra from here. The summit of Mount Lofty is reached quickly but you’ll find yourself stopping to check out the views all the way up.
Plenty of parking. Not wheelchair friendly. Kid friendly. Take water and wear a hat. Beware of snakes in the warmer months.
5 based on 12 reviews
You will find unique and beautifully crafted art, craft, home wares and gifts at Stonehouse. Jewellery , ceramics, textiles, glass and timber work, handcrafted by talented Australian artists.Our member artists are happy to create custom products, corporate gifts and special commissions on request. With ample parking and full wheelchair access it's easy to visit Stonehouse for a unique experience.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
The Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail is an iconic 39 km recreation trail for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The trail follows the path of the historical railway line through the stunning Yarra Valley commencing at the rear of the Lilydale Railway Station and finishing in the Warburton township.Follow the 'Warburton Trail' through vineyards, beautiful mountain scenery, farmlands and Forests. Cross the many restored Bridges. Meander past remnants of the former station platforms and stop in at the original 1882 railway station, also known as the Upper Yarra Museum.The Rail Trail's gentle gradients make it ideal for all levels of fitness including families. Access to the trail is free for the public, however permits may be required for events.
4 based on 132 reviews
Eastland is large and has recently been expanded and caters for all tastes and needs for those that like shopping. The parking has improved and is well organized. The shops are those you can expect in all major Malls and it is a place to go if you have a need to shop rather than to spend time hanging out, unless you have a thing for shopping centers.
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