Yering Gorge Cottages

Yarra Valley Cottages

YERING GORGE COTTAGES

 

Yarra Valley Cottages

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FEATURES

All cottages include a separate living area with floor to ceiling windows providing a stunning outlook of the surrounding Nature Reserve and wood heater; fully equipped kitchenette; large private deck with barbeque and separate bathroom with a corner spa bath. Our four bedroom cottage features a full sized kitchen and separate recreation room – ideal for families, bridal parties or weekend getaways for larger groups.

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ACTIVITIES

An hour’s drive east of Melbourne is the beautiful region that spans the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges. The Yarra Valley – Melbourne’s ‘Food & Wine Playground’ sees winemakers open their cellar doors showcasing some of Australia’s best wines, restaurants featuring seasonal and regional produce whilst an array of attractions for children of all ages are available for visitors to the region to discover.

There’s plenty to keep you on the go with an extensive network of bushwalking and cycling trails. From the popular Lilydale – Warburton Rail Trail to the glorious vista of the Yarra Ranges National Park that cradles the upper reaches of the Yarra River there is a path for you. Recommended is The Ada Tree Walk, located in the Yarra State Forest in the Yarra Valley, near a giant Mountain Ash and is considered to be one of Victoria’s largest living trees. It is estimated to be over 300 years old and towers over the surrounding rainforest in the headwaters of the Little Ada River.

 
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ENVIRONMENT

From the Owners:

“We are very proud of our natural environment and strive to maintain Yering Gorge Cottages as close as possible to its purest form. We encourage you to take photos and leave only footprints.
There are 12km of bush walking trails through our 120-acre private Nature Reserve providing guests with panoramic views of the surrounding Yarra Valley when they reach the summit.
Our Nature Reserve is home to Eastern Grey Kangaroos, Echidnas and Wombats; providing guests with a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife. Occasionally spotted is our ‘rare’ white kangaroo which is a genetic strain of the Eastern Grey.
The Kangaroos are the natural stars of our show and enjoy the natural surrounds in the early morning and late afternoon. They will generally move when approached by humans but we would ask you not to chase, endeavour to secure selfies, or attempt to feed them.
The Gorge is also home to 80+ species of native bird life including Eastern and Crimson Rosellas, Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos, Kookaburras, Rainbow Lorikeets, different species of Grass Parrots, several Owl species, Kingfishers and a nesting pair of Wedge Tail Eagles.

The Yering Gorge section of the Yarra River is approximately three kilometres in length and is home to many native fish species including the Macquarie Perch together with several breeding Platypus families – a very rare sighting opportunity with platypus seldom seen in their natural environment; and their existence an indication of the healthiness of the River and natural surrounds.

Yering Gorge is also home to over many species of native flora.

We are proud to work with a number of local companies and tradespeople who supply ancillary services essential to the successful operations of Yering Gorge Cottages.
Wherever possible we source produce from within the Yarra Valley, supporting our local food and wine artisans which, in turn, assists our local community economically and through job creation whilst reducing our food mileage.
Use of refillable 300ml eco-friendly bathroom amenity pump packs within all cottages and public areas.
Unless requested, bed linen and towels are only refreshed for stays of four nights or longer.
All cottages harvest rain water which is filtered through fresh water tanks and used within the cottages.
All cottages are equipped with key card systems ensuring energy is only consumed when occupied.
Recyclable materials including paper and plastics are collected for recycling.
All cottages are linked to a septic tank system with all liquids filtered through a sub-surface irrigation system and used onsite within our nature reserve.”

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What we love…

Yering Gorge Cottages are set within the Eastern Golf Club’s 120 acre Nature Reserve, home to over 200 eastern grey kangaroos, platypus, echidna, wombats and over 200 species of native bird life, providing guests with the rare opportunity to get up close and personal with some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife.

The cottages are positioned in the stunning setting of the Yering Gorge, where bushland intersects with the Yarra River against the backdrop of the Christmas Hills and Dividing Ranges.


 

Tell me more…

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s food and wine playground and within a hour of Melbourne, Yering Gorge Cottages are rated Trip Advisor’s No.1  boutique accommodation in the Yarra Valley.


 

Get the Facts

 

Where is it?  Yering, Yarra Valley, Victoria

 

What?   Resort

Styles of Accommodation?  Self contained cottages

Who?  Everyone

How much?  

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Overlooking The Eastern Golf Club and nestled into the hillside, alongside the Yarra River,  there are 13 self-contained, luxuriously appointed, 1, 2 and 4 bedroom cottages at Yering Gorge Cottages.

The self-contained, luxuriously appointed 1, 2 and 4 bedroom cottages, all include a separate living area with floor-to-ceiling windows providing stunning views of the surround countryside. There is a wood heater, fully-equipped kitchenette, large private deck with a BBQ, and separate bathroom with a corner spa bath. The 4-bedroom cottage also features a full sized kitchen and separate recreation room.

A suite of outdoor experiences and recreational activities are available to complement your stay including golf, tennis, bushwalking, mountain biking and fishing; all undertaken within the Club’s 120 acre Nature Reserve.

If you are a golf lover, you will enjoy the fact that guests of Yering Gorge Cottages have priority access to The Eastern Golf Club.

Address: 215 Victoria Road, Yering, Victoria

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FEATURES

All cottages include a separate living area with floor to ceiling windows providing a stunning outlook of the surrounding Nature Reserve and wood heater; fully equipped kitchenette; large private deck with barbeque and separate bathroom with a corner spa bath. Our four bedroom cottage features a full sized kitchen and separate recreation room – ideal for families, bridal parties or weekend getaways for larger groups.

ACTIVITIES

Located an hour’s drive east of Melbourne, this beautiful region spans the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges. The Yarra Valley – Melbourne’s ‘Food & Wine Playground’ sees winemakers open their cellar doors showcasing some of Australia’s best wines, restaurants featuring seasonal and regional produce whilst an array of attractions for children of all ages are available for visitors to the region to discover.

There’s plenty to keep you on the go with an extensive network of bushwalking and cycling trails. From the popular Lilydale – Warburton Rail Trail to the glorious vista of the Yarra Ranges National Park that cradles the upper reaches of the Yarra River there is a path for you. Recommended is The Ada Tree Walk, located in the Yarra State Forest in the Yarra Valley, near a giant Mountain Ash and is considered to be one of Victoria’s largest living trees. It is estimated to be over 300 years old and towers over the surrounding rainforest in the headwaters of the Little Ada River.

 
ENVIRONMENT

From the owners: 

“We are very proud of our natural environment and strive to maintain Yering Gorge Cottages as close as possible to its purest form. We encourage you to take photos and leave only footprints.
There are 12km of bush walking trails through our 120-acre private Nature Reserve providing guests with panoramic views of the surrounding Yarra Valley when they reach the summit.
Our Nature Reserve is home to Eastern Grey Kangaroos, Echidnas and Wombats; providing guests with a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife. Occasionally spotted is our ‘rare’ white kangaroo which is a genetic strain of the Eastern Grey.
The Kangaroos are the natural stars of our show and enjoy the natural surrounds in the early morning and late afternoon. They will generally move when approached by humans but we would ask you not to chase, endeavour to secure selfies, or attempt to feed them.
The Gorge is also home to 80+ species of native bird life including Eastern and Crimson Rosellas, Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos, Kookaburras, Rainbow Lorikeets, different species of Grass Parrots, several Owl species, Kingfishers and a nesting pair of Wedge Tail Eagles.

The Yering Gorge section of the Yarra River is approximately three kilometres in length and is home to many native fish species including the Macquarie Perch together with several breeding Platypus families – a very rare sighting opportunity with platypus seldom seen in their natural environment; and their existence an indication of the healthiness of the River and natural surrounds.

Yering Gorge is also home to over many species of native flora.

We are proud to work with a number of local companies and tradespeople who supply ancillary services essential to the successful operations of Yering Gorge Cottages.
Wherever possible we source produce from within the Yarra Valley, supporting our local food and wine artisans which, in turn, assists our local community economically and through job creation whilst reducing our food mileage.
Use of refillable 300ml eco-friendly bathroom amenity pump packs within all cottages and public areas.
Unless requested, bed linen and towels are only refreshed for stays of four nights or longer.
All cottages harvest rain water which is filtered through fresh water tanks and used within the cottages.
All cottages are equipped with key card systems ensuring energy is only consumed when occupied.
Recyclable materials including paper and plastics are collected for recycling.
All cottages are linked to a septic tank system with all liquids filtered through a sub-surface irrigation system and used onsite within our nature reserve.”