Scenic Drive

Scenic Drive to Ghin Ghin, Highlands, Caveat and Molesworth To the north of Yea town is a rolling granite plateau which rises to an elevation of 600 m. The acscent is along a narrow dirt road with a sheer drop to the left. However, it is a truly scenic trip through some quite dramatic picturesque country. Follow the highway west … Read More

Great Victorian Rail Trail

The Great Victorian Rail Trail, formerly known as the Goulburn River High Country Rail Trails is one of the longest rail  trails in Australia and is the longest in Victoria. Stretching 134km the shared bicycle, walking and bridle trail connects towns and communities through the Mitchell, Murrindindi & Mansfield Shires. Visit the Great Victorian Rail Trails site to find out … Read More

Farm Gate

We are a creative team in our rural, warm and intimate kitchen. Here local produce is prepared with adoration and precision. Only working with seasonal produce to enhance what we have on offer has made our impression on the local hospitality scene. We recommend for your pleasure a diverse assortment of artisan products. Something for every pallet. Our range of … Read More

Kerrisdale Mountain Railway & Museum

Located west of Yea in the Tallarook Ranges, take a scenic journey on the steep zig zag railway line, visit the steam engine museum and enjoy refreshments at the kiosk. Kerrisdale Mountain Railway gains the maximum height within the shortest distance, steep grades and tight curves also abound,with panoramic views of (360 degrees) to take your breath away at ‘Summit … Read More

Murrindindi Scenic Reserve

Murrindindi Scenic Reserve The Murrindindi Scenic Reserve is located in central Victoria and approximately an hour and a half drive north of Melbourne. The reserve is made up of rolling, thickly forested hills that are filled with wildlife, running creeks, waterfalls, and hiking trails. Drive through the Murrindindi Scenic Reserve by starting from the small town Toolangi and finishing at … Read More

Yea Rail Trail

This broad gauge branch line opened to Yea in 1883 and Mansfield in 1891. A further branch off from Cathkin reached Alexandra in 1909. The entire line closed in 1978 along with many other branch lines across Victoria. Apart from the Bonnie Doon bridge, which opened in 2000, the first major stage of the rail trail opened in August 2010. … Read More