Fishing and Camping

All you’ll ever want to know about Yea’s Fishing and Camping facilities.   [nggallery id=6]

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


Flowerdale is a town in Victoria, Australia. The town is located in the Shire of Murrindindi Local Government Area, 95 kilometers from the state capital, Melbourne. The town is located in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, in the upper catchment of the Goulburn River system. It’s a region where there are so many fantastic things to do and … Read More


Molesworth is a town in the upper Goulburn Valley region of Victoria, Australia. The town is in the Shire of Murrindindi and on the Maroondah Highway, 117 kilometers north east of the state capital, Melbourne. A beautiful Village, Molesworth has many properties owned by the same families for many years. Much of the beauty of Molesworth and its healthy population … Read More

Strath Creek

Strath Creek is a small town in central Victoria, Australia. The town is located in the Shire of Murrindindi local government area, 104 kilometres (65 mi) north of the state capital, Melbourne, on the creek of the same name which flows into King Parrot Creek to the north. One of the most famous attractions in Strath Creek is their falls, … Read More

Victorian Highlands

Victorian Highlands The Victorian Highlands area includes mountain ranges and associated foothills of the Great Dividing Range between Melbourne and the New South Wales border and of the Otway Ranges to the south-west of Geelong. It is divided into three bioregions: Highlands – Southern Fall, Highlands – Northern Fall and Otway Ranges. Many of Victoria’s major river systems originate from … Read More

Merton, Victoria

Merton is a small town on the west of Bonnie Doon. It is one of the gateways to Mansfield Shire and is the first town you’ll came across when approaching the Shire from Melbourne. Set on the foothills of the Strathbogie Ranges in north-east of Victoria. To the Southeast lies Lake Eildon, and it is also near to Mount Samaria … Read More

Yea Wetlands

Yea has a very impressive hidden secret… just on the Northern side of the Yea Township you will find the Yea Wetlands. The ephemeral Yea Wetlands is situated on 32ha of crown land between two branches of the Yea River. The Yea Wetlands is cared for by a committee of management and some very proud and enthusiastic community members who … Read More