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About Gembrook

Stayz gives you a great variety of accommodation options for your stay in Gembrook Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges, including bed & breakfast accommodation, refreshing holiday b&bs and more.

You will find many properties on the Stayz site offering great last minute accommodation deals to ensure that you experience your ideal getaway!

Gembrook: Outdoor Adventures and Cultural Highlights

Gembrook, set at the edge of the Dandenong Ranges, is a strategic base for exploring the region’s natural and cultural highlights. Explore lush national parks and cool climate gardens. Immerse yourself in local Aboriginal culture and visit artists’ studios. Purchase gifts and unique pieces at the Gembrook markets.

And if you’re travelling with kids, there will be plenty to keep them entertained, from playgrounds to petting zoos. Holiday rentals in the Gembrook area are extremely diverse. Options include cottages in the bush, apartments in town, and family homes close to major attractions.

Gembrook Parks and Reserves

Get your daily exercise as you discover the cool climate gardens in the Dandenong Ranges or wander along bush trails in the Dandenong Ranges National Park. Stroll beneath mountain ash, stop at a waterfall, and don’t forget your binoculars. This National Park shelters many different bird species. Wildlife enthusiasts can undertake the Eastern Sherbrooke Forest Walk, and try to spot some koalas.

Bunyip State Park also offers a network of trails, both for bushwalking and mountain biking. As you explore the park, you will be privy to changing landscapes. Make sure to keep your camera close at hand when you see the Four Brothers Rocks. If you’re staying for the day, bring a hamper and have lunch at one of the picnic grounds as you keep your eyes peeled for local species.

Culture and History in Gembrook

Find out about Gembrook’s heritage by going for a stroll along the town’s self-guided Historic Walk. Start the tour off next to the Puffing Billy Station and wander through town, passing in front of historic homes and shops. Stop for a bit at the Gembrook Centenary Log, the trunk of a tree which towered over the surrounds from 1874 to 1974. The tree is a testimony to the area’s first timber industry workers.

To learn more about the region’s first people, visit the Burrinja Cultural Centre, where you will find various galleries showcasing Aboriginal art, a cinema and expansive gardens. Make sure to check the schedule for live music events and workshops. Vintage car enthusiasts can head to the town’s Vintage Motor Museum, which features vehicles from across the last century and related exhibits.

A more sobering side of history, pay your respects to the fallen WWI and WWII soldiers at the Anzac Memorial or go for a walk along the tree-lined Avenue of Honour, which commemorates Australian servicemen and women who fought in different wars.

Markets & Events in Gembrook

The Gembrook Market takes place each month on the 4th Sunday. Visitors can purchase a wide range of arts & crafts, as well as local produce and takeaway food. As the adults browse and musicians play, the kids let loose on the jumping castle and pet farm animals. Different activities for children take place each week.

If you’re interested in art and painting, get to know local talent at the Dandenong Ranges Open Studio weekend. Chat with the creators of your favourite pieces and watch them at work. Throughout the year, Gembrook and the surrounding towns host a variety of musical and theatrical performances.

Gembrook Family Fun

Get to know the region by hopping aboard Puffing Billy, the iconic vintage train. Grab some ice cream and watch the the scenery go by as you feet dangle from the side of the train. Next, bring the children to Chesterfield Farm, where young and old can learn about farm life, while petting and playing with the animals.

If you’re looking for a playground, head to Northwick Park, with plenty of equipment for kids of all ages. The expansive playground benefits from a lot of shade and is just steps from a swimming pool. The Australian Rainbow Trout Farm also offers a playground with BBQs and picnic facilities.

Getting to Gembrook

Drive to Gembrook from Melbourne in just under an hour. You can also get to Gembrook by train and bus, but the journey can take double the time.

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