It's not all about alcohol. The Yarra Valley is known to be a foodie destination and the scenery doesn't disappoint either.
Yarra Valley Chocolaterie
Did someone say free chocolate! As you make your way towards the entrance of the chocolaterie your surrounded by the stunning picturesque rolling hills of the valley. Once inside your greeted by three generously filled bowls of milk, white & dark chocolate for you to indulge in, the best thing is, it's free!
You can relax in the cafe with a hot chocolate made from a never ending waterfall of chocolate whilst overlooking the spectacular view of the valley. The food is also great, serving breakfast and lunch. You can have yourself a decent sized bite to eat from $14.
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Healesville is a great destination for some shopping and tasting local produce. YAVA Art Gallery is well worth a visit. The gallery supports local artists and is all about the Arts, excellence, inspiration and learning.
Take a tour and learn how Moët & Chandon’s vision is brought to life in our Victorian wonderland. Their educational and interactive tour route is self-guided and free of charge.
Finish off your visit at Domaine Chandon with a local cheese or meat platter enjoying the stunning views of the Yarra Valley.
The TarraWarra Museum of Art displays Australian art from the second half of the twentieth century to the present day. Their exhibitions change regularly, so make sure you check out their website. The museum will be hosting the Archibald Prize from September until November.