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A Pebble's Throw Healesville

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  • 9 guests
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Bundjil Studio Healesville

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  • 2 guests
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Woodbox Studio Healesville

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Healesville Haven

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Secret Cottage Healesville

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  • 4 guests
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High Street Apartment

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  • 4 guests
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A Pebble's Throw on Green

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  • 6 guests
  • 3 bedrooms
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About Healesville

Choose your ideal type of accommodation from self contained cottages, b&bs and more in Healesville for your next holiday.

Take advantage of bargain accommodation packages when you book your accommodation in the Healesville area of Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges in VIC holiday with Stayz.

Healesville: City Sophistication in the Valley

Healesville, set in the picturesque Yarra Valley, is a quick, convenient escape from the city. Once in town, you will be within easy reach of boutique wineries, scenic drives and lush parkland. Inspired by their surroundings, local artists have also set up shop in Healesville, and visitors can let their creativity flow at workshops organized throughout the year.

There are many options for families with children, from a maze complex to the famous Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary. In town, travellers can do some speciality shopping, stop by an organic market or try one of the award-winning restaurants.

Holiday rentals in Healesville abound, from pet-friendly homes to storybook cottages overlooking vineyards.

Discover the Yarra Valley Grape Growing Region

Healesville is set within the Yarra Valley Grape Growing Region. Food and wine tours depart Healesville daily, introducing visitors to the area’s offerings. Choose from half or full day tours with a local guide. Some tours also include a visit to other attractions, such as the Healesville Sanctuary.

If you’d rather go solo, stop at cellar doors to buy your favourite wine from locals, sign up for wine tastings or simply try local fare at one of the restaurants in town. If you aren’t a big fan of wine, you can visit some of the area’s breweries. Healesville is also an acclaimed foodie destination, with 24 of its restaurants listed in the Australian Good Food and Travel Guide.

Scoping out the Scenery - Gardens, Parks and Drives

Scenic drives allow travellers to get better acquainted with Healesville’s surrounds. Make your way down Yarra Glen Road, past the racecourse, for sweeping views over the town and Mount Riddel. Drive through the forests along Black Spur Road. Take St Leonards Road for countryside and farmland views. On this route, you’ll be able to watch berry and fruit production in action.

A short distance from the town centre, Maroondah Reservoir is a favourite spot amongst locals and visitors. Here, you will find walking trails and picnic areas with views over the neighbouring mountains.

Go to Badger Weir Park within Yarra Ranges National Park for manicured gardens with rotundas and ample space for picnicking. Several trails depart this park, leading through forested areas and fern gullies, beneath rainforest canopies and towering mountain ash.

Healesville for Families

If you’re visiting Healesville with the kids, bring them to Healesville Sanctuary, which hosts activities for the whole family. Set in the bush, this wildlife sanctuary is teeming with 200+ species of native birds, iconic Australian mammals, as well as animals hailing from the four corners of the globe. Find out about conservation efforts as you get better acquainted with the park’s tigers, kangaroos and orangutans.

Alternately, head to Hedgend Maze. Work your way out of a series of labyrinths, each with its own theme, or practice your swing at the onsite mini golf course. Wherever you look, you will be privy to views over the Yarra Valley. One afternoon, hop aboard the Yarra Valley Tourist Railway, a 9 km train ride on an original Walker RM22 Railmotor from the 1950s. As you take in sweeping Yarra Valley panoramas, learn all about the area’s flora, fauna and human history.

Healesville: In Town

Stroll through Healesville’s town centre to discover a range of shops and art galleries, from independently owned fashion boutiques to small galleries selling local works. The Healesville Walk Shopping Centre provides more commercial offerings.

If you’re interested in artistic pursuits, watch local talent at work at one of Healesville’s workshops or sign up for a class at one of the local galleries, where you can try your hand at life drawing, silk scarf painting or wildlife drawing.

When you get hungry, stop at one of the many cafes or restaurants that line the streets of the town centre or indulge in a spa treatment. If you’re visiting Healesville over the weekend, you will likely stumble across an organic produce market or two.

Getting to Healesville

Healesville is set approximately 55 km from Melbourne. Drive from Melbourne’s CBD in less than an hour or take public transport. A direct bus service connects Melbourne and Healesville, taking around 1.5 hours, but only departing once a day.

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