Cabins in Yarra Valley

From camping to glamping, the Yarra Valley has it all, and it’s easy to reach from Melbourne.

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Riverbend Holiday Park

72 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Thornton, VIC
Located right on the banks of the Goulburn River, you’ve found the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the holiday you want. Relax with your family & friends, or get more adventurous and take advantage of all the area has to offer. We look forward to welcoming you at Thornton Riverbend.
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AU$45
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Taylor Bay Country Club

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents67 acres · Taylor Bay, VIC
Whether you're planning a quiet weekend or some outdoor adventures, this camp is the perfect spot. Located in the Lake Eildon region, we have a whole world of water-sports at our doorstep. Go swimming, canoeing, waterskiing, sailing and fishing in the shadow of the Victorian Alps. Hike up to one of the mountains for breath-taking lookouts and unrivalled views. There is lots of wildlife around, kangaroos, wombats , rabbits, deer etc.Our property offers both camping site and basic cabins. Our Cabins are simply just a bedroom for 2 people in each cabin, you will need to provide your bedding, pillows, and towels. The cabins are located as part of the camp pavilion which is a shared facility, where you will find the toilets, showers, cooking area and decking. There is toilet and shower available. We are pet friendly.Please note - THE AREA WHERE THE CAMPSITES ARE LOCATED WILL REQUIRE A 4WD OR AWD VEHICLE, PLEASE DON'T BOOK IF YOU DON'T HAVE ONE. Please ask about the site you have booked if you have any further questions about this!  These sites are not next to each other and are designed for family camping rather than groups of people wishing to have a party.
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AU$100
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Weemalah Cabin & Camping

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents600 acres · Monegeetta, VIC
This beautiful property is located on 600 acres in the Macedon Ranges area. You will be surrounded by extraordinary views and plenty of horses, cattle and chickens. The property has access to stunning walking trails where you can see an abundance of wildlife and provides views to Melbourne and Mount Macedon. All located only 50 minutes from Melbourne CBD.The property is pet friendly (see rules) and offers a fire pit with firewood provided. Children under 12 can stay for free. Please notify host if you are brining children under 12.Please note- some sites require 4WD access if you don't have a 4WD the host can drive you to campsite as well (please speak to host to arrange this beforehand) & sites are dispersed and not always by the water this depends on availability.
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AU$120
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Trickle Hill Cottage

1 site · Lodging27 acres · Cockatoo, VIC
Trickle Hill is a lovely cottage tucked away at the edge of our bush. You have your own little patio, and can go for adventurous walks straight from your living room ! We are close to Dandenong ranges, Yarra valley, Bunyip state park, and Puffing Billy. We are just behind Avalon castle- so great if you are attending a wedding We welcome couples, solo adventurers and families. We are of course LGBTI+ friendly! Dogs are very welcome. The cottage is a converted shed, with three bedrooms, a lovely living area and a cosy closed woodfire. We have a sheltered outdoor area, where you can have a barbeque, or have a small fire in a firedish. The cottage is in the bush, so you can walk out and try to find our resident breeding pair of Lyrebirds, echidnas, wombats, wallabies and kangaroos or the deer that live in our 'back yard'. Or just roam, which shouldn't be too hard on 67 acres . We are close to massive areas of bush with open trails. Dogs are very welcome- no cats. As we live in the bush, we do our best to keep everything as 'green' as we can- so please don't use harsh chemicals. Living in the bush brings with it that you cannot light a fire in fire danger periods, and, heating on a woodstove, means there is a hot stove in the room. (watch those little fingers...) Our aim is to give you a place of rest and enjoyment. We love to share our space as we love it here so much- and hope you love it too. As life is a project - don't expect 10* linen and luxury, state of the art gardens and clipped lawns, but a friendly welcoming atmosphere where you can be yourself and relax. We love to have visitors, and chat for a bit- or leave you to relax. The cottage is on the edge of the bush, where you are welcome to roam on the tracks or off them- at your own risk :-) We are both artists, and our studio's are close to the cottage, which might make some noise, but we'll try to keep it at a minimum when guests are here. The upside is, you could learn something if interested :-) (contact us for workshops) We have a working hobby farm- with some machinery, animals (pigs, dogs, horses, ducks and chickens). You can interact with the animals if you talk to us about safety first, but the horse paddock is out of bounds. ( they can behave unpredictable, are very large (!) and very valuable) Our dogs are very friendly and will most probably visit you. Our puppy still has lots to learn :-) Our property is stock- fenced, our animals will stay in, but dogs are able to roam if they are not staying with you. There is no secure yard to leave your dog during the day, you are expected to be in control of your dogs at all times. If they are ok with horses, chooks and dogs, and under voice command, they can be off leash. Dogs are not to sleep on the beds. We are a rural property with animals, and there are dams on the property, (not close to the cottage) so please keep an eye on children - we cannot take responsibility for your persons or animals. Living on a farm means that not everything is neat, safe, flat or person-proof. Often there is actual work being done involving machinery. Coming here is entirely at your own risk. (sorry for all the disclaimers...) But- of course- if there is anything we can do to make your visit more pleasurable, we will do our best to do so!
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AU$192
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Galloping Gypsy Getaway

2 sites · Lodging12 acres · Labertouche, VIC
Come camp, caravan or book the Bungalow and relax and enjoy the views, the tranquillity and wide open spaces overlooking farmland to the Labertouche Conservation Reserve and the Bunyip State Forest. We’re less than 100km South East of Melbourne but you’ll feel a million miles away. As we only take one booking at a time you have Exclusive Use. Must visits in the area include Gumbuya World, Nangara Reserve, Noojee and Neerim South, the gateway to Mount BawBaw.
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Cabins in Yarra Valley guide

Overview

Fanning out around Victoria’s Yarra River, the Yarra Valley is a fertile region that’s renowned for its cool-climate wines, foodie experiences, rolling countryside, and mountainous parks, all close to Melbourne city. The main towns in the Yarra Valley are Coldstream, Yarra Glen, Healesville, and Warburton. Campers can enjoy a range of options, from basic tent sites surrounded by bush to glamping, cabins, and well-equipped holiday parks. The Yarra Ranges National Park is full of rainforest and is a snowy playground in winter, and there are other parks and reserves throughout the Yarra Valley area. The Yarra Valley area tends to experience four distinct seasons, with attractive autumns, hot summers, and cold winters.

Where to go

Healesville

A main Yarra Valley town, Healesville is a hub of food and drink (largely wine!) and a handy base for campers who want to enjoy the restaurants or prepare their own gourmet meals around the campfire. The town is equipped with holiday parks with good facilities and different camping options to suit various budgets. Healesville is a short distance from the Maroondah Reservoir, where there are picnic spots and scenic walks.

Yarra Ranges National Park

The forested Yarra Ranges National Park spreads out around the Yarra Valley towns of Marysville, Healesville, and Warburton. The trees and vegetation here are especially impressive, and are a lovely environment for short walks and hikes. There are campsites throughout this national park but some of these have undergone repairs after storms; if they’re unavailable, there are nearby campsites and holiday parks elsewhere in the Yarra Valley, including Healesville and at other national and regional parks.

Kinglake National Park

A popular spot among hikers, mountain bikers, and campers, the Kinglake National Park is on the slopes of the Great Dividing Range and is easily accessible from the Yarra Valley. Keen and casual bird watchers alike will also enjoy looking out for the colourful bird life in this park, and the tall Masons Falls are especially impressive after rain. The small campsite within the park has space for tents, caravans, and camper vans, and is surrounded by shady eucalyptus trees.

Dandenong Ranges National Park

The Dandenong Ranges are often referred to at the same time as the Yarra Valley, as many day or overnight trippers from Melbourne visit both areas. The cool rainforested mountains are dotted with waterfalls, making this an ideal destination for hiking and picnicking, as well as camping. Campers can find everything from basic tent sites to luxurious cabins in the Dandenong Ranges, and it’s all very accessible from Melbourne.

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