What's On at Creswick Healesville

What's On at Creswick Healesville

Creswick Healesville

Healesville is a picturesque town and a much-loved tourist destination nestled within the breathtaking scenery of the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges. With Its streets adorned with heritage buildings and vibrant greenery, the town offers an enchanting blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. Situated approximately 52km northeast of Melbourne (roughly an hour’s drive out of the CBD), Healesville dates back to the 1860s and offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. 

Renowned as being a major food and wine hub in Victoria, Healesville is an idyllic destination for tourists seeking a harmonious balance of history, culture, and the tranquillity of nature. All characteristics that perfectly align with the ethos of Creswick.

Explore Healesville's Rich Heritage and Natural Beauty

One thing is for certain; when you visit Healesville, you’re sure to find a wealth of things to see and do. 

  • No visit to the region is complete without spending time at the Healesville Sanctuary, where you can take part in an exclusive animal experience with some of Australia’’s most beloved wildlife. The sanctuary is open 7 days a week and accessible by car, public transport and shuttle services.
  • As a major food and wine hub, you can sample some of the Yarra Valley’s finest at the many cafes, wineries and breweries in the region. From Rochford Wines to the Four Pillar Distillery, you’re truly spoiled for choice. 
  • The Healesville region is as picturesque as it is action-packed. In fact, you could say that about the Yarra Valley region as a whole. And there’s no better view of the region than up in the air in a hot air balloon. Weather permitting, obviously. 
  • And if you’re looking to snap up a bargain or two, or even just a couple of things you never knew you needed until you saw them, the Healesville Community Market is the place to be. 

If you want to explore a bit more of the region’s stunning natural landscape, put on your hiking shoes, charge up your camera battery, and head to the nearby Maroondah Reservoir Park. 

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