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Karalilla Bed and Breakfast

Ben Valley Lane, Yackandandah VIC 3749

Karalilla is a small 45 acre property situated in the picturesque Ben Valley in North Eastern Victoria. Restored to its former glory the Victorian homestead was built in 1911 and offers 4 luxury rooms. Two double rooms are en-suited and one double room and one twin room share a private adjoining bathroom. The homestead not only maintains the heritage structure but reveals numerous antiques and luxuries once you enter the doors. Perfect for that romantic getaway or long overdue special weekend, Karalilla has something special to offer you - including complimentary port and chocolates!

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Creekhaven

Osbornes Flat Road, Yackandandah VIC 3749

Creekhaven is located 6km south east of the PO and is five minutes from Yackandandah. It is set in the foothills of the Alpine Ranges. There are numerous events and festivals in the nearby scenic towns including Opera in the Alps, Yackandandah Folk Festival, and Celtic & Jazz Festivals of Beechworth. Close to Albury/Wodonga are Cinemas, Museums, and Art Galleries. There are three fully self-contained individually styled cottages in secluded surrounds. Room amenities include air conditioning cooling, ceiling fan, wood heater, (1) bath, (2) spa bath, hairdryer, electric blankets, full cooking conveniences, microwave, TV, CD player, clock radio, video player, laundry, washing machine, iron and ironing board. Enjoy the barbecue area, and a delicious country breakfast (charge). No smoking indoors.

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Yackandandah Motor Inn

18 High Street, Yackandandah VIC 3749

Yackandandah Motor Inn is located centrally 100m east of the PO. It is set close to the shops, Bakery, Newsagency, Gift and Antique shops, the Star Hotel Haig Room Restaurant, Yackandandah Hotel's Isaac Dining Room, and Sticky Tarts Tea Room Restaurant. Features of the motel are personal laundry attended to if required, cot and fold away bed available, disabled facilities provided in one room, barbeque area, and secure undercover parking. Room types include double with lounge, twin rooms, or family rooms. There are 8 rooms and no smoking indoors. Room facilities include reverse cycle air conditioning, ensuite, queen bed, kitchenette, refrigerator, toaster, tea/coffee making facilities, TV, (1) video player, clock radio, D/D phone, iron and ironing board.

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Yackandandah Townshiphill Motel

3729 Myrtleford Rd, Yackandandah VIC 3749

Take yourself to the North East Region of Victoria, enjoy the magnificent mountain view from this delightful motel, of top class accommodation. Central base to all, within one hour of everything. Please your sences in the distinctive four seasons. A break, is well worth your stay, no matter what time of year. We offer a diverse experience and abundance of attractions. What you see is what you get, we are 100% local, with local knowledge. It truly is country at it's best.

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Yackandandah Holiday Park

Myrtleford Yackandandah Rd, Yackandandah VIC 3749

In the heart of historic Yackandandah an idyllic setting bordered by two crystal clear shallow creeks from which to explore the region's many delights or the perfect backdrop to simply relax. Only a short stroll to the town centre, this small, quiet country park with year-round appeal offers Creek frontage, grassy shaded caravan and camping sites and self-contained cabins, in a dog friendly environment. Park Cabins offer value for money motel style accommodation - plus cooking facilities and the enjoyment of picturesque natural surrounds.

John Dermer Annual Easter Exhibition

225 Kirby Flat Road, Yackandandah VIC 3749
John Dermer has been producing fine pots since 1967 and to his credit many works in private and public collections both in Australia and overseas. Amongst those of note are works in the new Parliament House (Cabinet Entry) Canberra, (Federal) High Court Building, Australia National Gallery, State and regional galleries and museums as well as important private collections. John has held one person exhibitions both in Australia and Japan since 1971 and appears in many publications on ceramics and art in Australia. Kirby's Flat Pottery commenced in 1974 and is the oldest established pottery in the region. A great deal of care and consideration is given to the design and function of tableware which is produced from porcelain, giving the work long life and quality. Exhibition work for sale includes Terra Sigillata and Salt Glazed porcelain....

Indigo Gold Trail

27 High St, Yackandandah VIC 3749
Today, in and around Yackandandah, Beechworth, Chiltern and Rutherglen, the legacy of the rush for gold remains. The Indigo Gold Trail takes in some of the most picturesque countryside in Australia and includes scores of easily accessible sites identified by storyboards featuring the Gold Trail logo. Sites can be visited by car, bike or walking and are marked on Gold Trail maps found on the website or at Visitor Information Centres. Gold was discovered in Yackandandah in 1852 soon after the first discoveries at Reid's and Spring Creeks (Beechworth). William Howitt, one of the first diggers on the scene, described finding gold 'hanging in the roots of the shrubs that we pulled up' from the creek. A tent town sprang up along the banks of the Yackandandah and Commissioner's Creeks, one of several tent towns in the area, some of which continued beyond the life of the gold strikes, including Osborne's Flat, Rowdy Flat and Allan's Flat, Whiskey Flat and Bell's Flat. After the first wave of alluvial gold seekers, entrepreneurs such as Wallace and Fletcher arrived, installing sluicing barges employing men 24 hours a day in shifts....

Yackandandah Museum

21 High Street, Yackandandah VIC 3749
The Yackandandah Museum has a large and comprehensive collection of the many stories from the district. The Museum is set in the old Bank of Victoria which includes the managers cottage at the rear of the premises. The exhibition includes a catalogue of photographs, images, objects, registers, documents, letters and research material to explore the bygone era. As you wander around the exhibits you will learn about the town and the folk who made Yackandandah what it is today....

Yackandandah High Country Christmas Fair

30a High street, Yackandandah VIC 3749
Yackandandah's High Country Christmas Fair, on the first Saturday of December every year. Take advantage of having some of the region's finest craftsman and artists all in one place with unique, local, handmade-with-love gifts that you just won't find anywhere else. Invite your friends and family, for a festive day out in Yackandandah....

Yackandandah Visitor Information Centre

37 High Street, Yackandandah VIC 3749
One of Australia's prettiest villages with a centre classified by the national trust, Yackandandah is nestled in the foothills of Stanley State Forest and steeped in the legacy of gold. Today the town is home to many acclaimed artists, from potters to painters, sculptors to stitchers. Wander the stunning streets of Yack and discover unique artworks, crafts, music and antiques in the eclectic mix of galleries, shops and studios. The Visitor Information Centre is conveniently located in the main street of Yackandandah in the historic Old Post Office. The Centre offers visitors information on attractions, accommodation and activities in historic Yackandandah. There are great souvenirs, maps and merchandise to remind you of your visit to the wonderful town....

Theatre in the Grounds

Cemetery Lane, Yackandandah VIC 3749
A co-production between Yackandandah Cemetery Trust and Yackandandah Theatre Company, Theatre in the Grounds presents six monologues which will transform the way we use the cemetery to commemorate, celebrate and honour the lives and experiences of some of the people buried there. Eight pm nightly and two pm matinee on Saturday...

Yackandandah Cemetery

Cemetery Lane, Yackandandah VIC 3749
With the discovery of gold in 1852 and the increase of population in the immediate vicinity of Yackandandah, a town cemetery would have soon been essential. A wander around the Yackandandah Cemetery evokes memories of a bygone era of hardship and gold mining. The first burial recorded was of 14 month old Ellen Anderson on 7 September 1859. The oldest remaining headstone belongs to James Stewart, a miner, buried 30 March 1860, aged 28. There is a Chinese Section with 26 known burials between 1860 and 1903, again a reminder of the thousands of Chinese that lived and worked on the gold diggings....

Yackandandah Lions Club Market

Wellsford street, Yackandandah VIC 3749
Held on the third Sunday of every month in Wellsford Street Yackandandah. the Yackandandah Lions Club Market is a quality craft and local produce market. The market has something for everyone, with local produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, olives and olive products, wine, jam, chutney and much more on offer....

Star Hotel Yackandandah

30 High Street, Yackandandah VIC 3749
The Star Hotel Yackandandah is a family run and oriented pub who strive to create something new to this area, fusing American Smokehouse style with Australian classics. Star Hotel are community minded and aim to support local suppliers, as well as the larger community in general. Star Hotel offers an array of local beer, wine and cider, and have a menu full of both classic pub dishes as well as a selection of unique meals devised by their chef. Known especially for their ribs, smoked in-house in the homemade smoker. Located conveniently on the main street of Yackandandah and open every day of the week to serve you. Bookings preferred....

Yackandandah Makers Market

Turntable Lane, Yackandandah VIC 3749
Yackandandah Makers Market is held on the first Saturday of each month in the grounds of the Yackandandah Station Artspace. Stallholders have local arts and crafts and other treasures for you to enjoy. Come along and have an adventure at the makers market. Sample local coffees and cakes, Devonshire teas and locally made vegan food while you wander through a serpentine of talented local makers....
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Top of the Town Motor Inn Yackandandah

3729 Yackandandah-Myrtleford Road, Yackandandah VIC 3749
Simply the best accommodation in Yackandandah. Top of the Town Motor Inn features 20 quality modern and clean rooms, from a six person family room to a five person interconnecting room, as well as an executive spa room, deluxe spa room and deluxe queen rooms. All rooms have a kitchenette with tea and coffee making facilities including a fridge and toaster and limited crockery. Each room has its own bathroom with vanity, shower and toilet. All rooms are tastefully decorated with colour and art. Seating areas include a couch to occasional chairs with ottoman. In room facilities also include luggage rack, desk a dining table and chairs, a flat screen television as well as reverse-cycle air conditioning. Rooms are large and airy with windows front and back. Top of the Town Motor Inn is licensed to sell alcohol, you will find a selection of beer wine and spirit available to purchase at reception and they are proud to stock local award winning wines. Enjoy the swimming pool grounds and barbecue facilities. Pool towels, filtered ice, WiFi and guest courtesy shuttle bus service available, contact reception for all inquires....