Fathers Day

Have you booked Father’s Day yet?  Well, here are a few options from the Yarra Valley and Dandenonge Ranges. Don’t miss out and remember to book. Click on photos for Yarra Valley Life write up.   Coonara Springs (New and a must try) $75 per person for 2 courses $95 per person for 3 courses … More Fathers Day

August Planner

August Planner:  Take a look at these dates and make sure you book ahead to avoid disappointment. 1st of Aug – 31st of Aug Yarra Valley Chocolaterie Hot Chocolate Festival $18 for Tasting Sessions 31 hot chocolate flavours over 31 days. http://www.yvic.com.au Friday 5th of Aug Herd One year Birthday Party! Starts 7.00pm                  $50 per … More August Planner

Cherry Tree

Steeped in history, Healesville has cemented itself as a must visit when wandering the Yarra Valley.  It is evident that this sleepy town was once a hub for socialites and revellers.  In the 1920’s the guesthouses were booked out and the flappers were out in force.  The Cherry Tree has referenced this party era that … More Cherry Tree

What’s on

What’s On? Looking for something to do this Weekend?  Well look no further.  Book the babysitter and pull out your gumboots – it’s Gumboot Season in the Yarra Valley, and like the new craze Pokemon Go, you will find savings on wine throughout the Valley.  The only thing you need is someone to tell you … More What’s on

Medhurst Wines

  Can I share a little secret with you?  Often there is no plan when it comes to Yarra Valley Life blog days.  I simply drop my son off at kinder and drive in the general direction of the Yarra Valley.  Medhurst Wineries was discovered in such a way.  I was curious to find out … More Medhurst Wines

The Little Vineyard

  To continue what seems to be a ‘little’ theme this month I decided to head on down to The Little Vineyard.  It’s location was not new to me as it is situated on a road that has slowly become my photographic goldmine.  Littered with rural scenes that scream my name so loud that I … More The Little Vineyard