Located a mere 50 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD, the Yarra Valley is a picturesque region characterised by sprawling vineyards, rolling hills and some of the best wine and food Australia has to offer. The Yarra Valley is also a popular destination for tourists and
At some stage during our wine tours, usually on the roll back to Melbourne, when tummies are full and our guests are enjoying the warm glow that comes after a day spent paying one’s gentle respects to Bacchus, they often ask us to
Can we drink on board? The nature of our tour means we do not allow consumption of alcohol or food on board the bus. Look elsewhere for a party bus. What time do we get back to Melbourne? You get back to Melbourne between
The Yarra Valley is famous for being home to the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Even better than this, the valley is also famed for being one of the best destinations in Australia for the ultimate wine tour experience. Here’s a guide for first timers
Just because we’ve got Antarctic blasts making Melbourne feel icy cold at the moment, does not mean you can hibernate all winter long, or you’ll risk missing all the fun. The Yarra Valley turns on a different side during winter, with warm open fires, deep
March is just around the corner, and that means the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is almost upon us. This fortnight-long celebration of all that’s great about our local food and wine scene is not to be missed for foodies and wine lovers alike.
The Yarra Valley really comes alive during December and we’ve found the best events and activities to put you in a festive mood (and fill your bellies). Paul Kelly Presents The Merri Soul Sessions The Merri Soul Sessions is a unique concert experience with 10 musicians