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From Melbourne: Yarra Valley Wildlife & Wine Day Tour

1. From Melbourne: Yarra Valley Wildlife & Wine Day Tour

Travel through the bush laden suburbs of the north-east to the world-famous Healesville Sanctuary, a little over a 1-hour drive from Melbourne. With more than 200 species of native animals on display, this is a great start to the tour. Located on 75 acres of beautiful bushland, the Sanctuary is a magical place to observe many of Australia's iconic animals. In the early afternoon, travel to the Yering Station Vineyard for lunch in a stunning Wine Bar Restaurant. With its world-class views and cuisine, there's an a la carte selection from which to select your main course meal and glass of wine. After lunch, visit the original winery (circa 1859) that features local artworks and produce as well as estate and reserve wines to taste. Finally, make your last stop of the day at the De Bortoli Vineyard at Dixons Creek. It’s a great end to the day with superbly flavored cheeses that compliment the sparkling, table and dessert wines. The journey home takes you through Steels Creek and Christmas Hills for superb Valley views and maybe, the occasional kangaroo.

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What people are saying about Healesville

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 24 reviews

Such a fantastic place, highly recommended for visitors to Australia to see the diversity of the flora and fauna. My guest totally enjoyed the experience and seeing most of the animals and birds and reptiles in their natural settings. Covid may have impacted some of the exhibits but overall an awesome place even for one who lives here and has seen a lot of outdoor Australia!

Don’t go on a 35d day! There are bbqs available if you wanted to take your own meat, otherwise cafes , there are plenty of drinking fountains as well. If there were a few of you there’s plenty of lovely picnic spots. Very few people during the week so not at all crowded. The bird show was fantastic.

Lovely sanctuary. Lots of kid friendly activities to keep the young ones occupied as you wander around the park

Beautiful and peaceful bush land setting showcasing Australian animals and birds.

Good thing to do as you get a broad cross section of Australian wildlife.