When booking accommodation in the Yarra Valley in towns such as Warburton or Healesville, there are many options to choose from. How will you decide between the diverse range of houses? Here are five tips to help you decide: 1. Private with nature to explore When choosing your perfect property, consider selecting accommodation with gardens
5 Ways to completely relax in the Yarra Valley As summer begins to draw to a close and work and school are back in full swing it’s time to think about taking a little time out to retreat and relax in the colder months and what better way than in the beautiful Yarra Valley. Imagine
Warburton is a charming village in the Upper Yarra region of Victoria’s Yarra Valley popular with hikers, cyclists and nature lovers. Ideal for anyone needing a break from the hustle and bustle of city living. As soon as you arrive in this laidback country town, the breathtaking scenery of forest-covered mountains will help you exhale.
Yarra Valley Weekend Getaway for Families and Friends Where do you go when you have a spare weekend and need a break from the pressures of city living? The Yarra Valley is a great place to start your Melbourne weekend getaway. The Yarra Valley is an hour’s drive from the city and considered one of
The Yarra Valley is one of Australian’s leading wine regions conveniently located an hours drive from Melbourne. Where to Stay in the Yarra Valley? There are several towns to choose from: Healesville, Yarra Glen and Yarra Junction are just a few of the options. However, the big question is: when you’re planning your next trip,
The cooler weather has brought stunning seasonal changes to Riverdale’s Kitchen Garden. The garden and the grounds are swathed in the fiery hues of Autumn. The crisp mornings, warm days and intermittent light rains still encourage the last of the cherry tomatoes and an abundance of herbs – mint, lemon balm, fennel and rosemary to
The biodynamic Kitchen Garden has been so abundant this season. Look at the size of the pumpkin we recently harvested!
Fresh from the bio-dynamic kitchen garden at Riverdale: cherry tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, granny smith apples and eggplants!
Some of the highlights included exploration of all aspects of Yoga; asana, meditation, philosophy and pranayama with Annie Belcher. Further creative play was had in Meagan Hunt’s workshop on the art of expression. All the delicious meals were be made by cook Emily Christina Bell using produce from the farm.
Quiz time! Can you guess what vegetable plant the flowers belong to? Sometimes we forget that vegetable plants are like any other flowering plant – they too have a full life cycle with flowers! Often we do not witness the flowering stage, which is a stunning colourful addition to the garden. Have fun guessing the