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- Byramine Homestead and Brewery is a historical homestead built in 1842 by the famous explorer Hamilton Hume. It is classified by the National Trust 'to be preserved at all costs', because of its unique design and its local significance.
My wife and I visited this place during our recent holiday in Yarrawonga, where we stayed at the Sebel Resort for three nights. We enjoyed looking at this place and learnt about its history.Written 11 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My wife and I stayed in a one bedroom apartment with a large balcony at the Sebel Resort for 3 nights, during our recent holiday in Yarrawonga.
The balcony had a panaromic view over Lake Mulwalla. We went walking along the Boardwalk at the Resort towards the town centre, along the banks of Lake Mulwalla.
We also took a Boat Cruise on board P.S. Cumberoona to see many parts of Lake Mulwalla.
Apart from that, we also drove to Mulwalla in NSW to see the lake from that side of the border.Written 17 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My wife and I walked to this place from The Sebel Resort where we stayed for three nights during our recent holiday in Yarrawonga.
It is a very nice and scenic walk along some Boardwalks and walking tracks along the side of Lake Mulwalla. The walk is around 2 km each way.
We walked here three times over the three days during our stay.Written 17 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My wife and I visited this Tourist Information Center when we arrived in Yarrawonga, before checking into the Sebel Resort for three nights.
We collected some maps and brochures.
This place is clean and well presented. The staff are helpful and friendly.Written 17 November 2023
- The team from Bright Brewery had a great time at Yarrawonga Aquazone! Deb and her team made sure we all had a fantastic time and we can't recommend the experience enough. If you want a day of fun and frivolity, then make sure you get to Yarrawonga Aquazone.Written 5 February 2020
- I have only been to Yarrawonga a few times, but not to this particular part of the foreshore, because usually it's filled with families and it takes away from the serenity for me. :) If perhaps the families were mine or I knew people I would respond differently, but because they are often having BBQs and get togethers I feel out of place so I chose quieter parts of the foreshore to visit.
The area I visited this time has parking, beautiful lawn areas, elm trees that look glorious in autumn, children's playground, BBQ areas, a rotunda, picnic tables.
There is something romantic about walking along the area with swirling golden, brown and orange leaves about you... the lake with a soft grey sky behind it.Written 7 June 2023
- My wife and I visited this place during our recent holiday in Yarrawonga where we stayed for three nights at the Sebel Resort.
This Weir is one of the highlights in Yarrawonga and looks rather magnificent. We walked along the riverbank and across the pedestrian walkway on the Weir.Written 17 November 2023
- The Lake Mulwala Swimming pool is in the lake and close to the kid’s waterpark.
It is a safe place to swim in the lake and is popular with locals.Written 6 April 2020
- Located just outside Yarrawonga is this excellent free camping spot that gets busy during peak times
Worth a look even if not staying as it’s a pretty spot on the Murray RiverWritten 20 January 2020
- Kennedy Park has expansive lawn areas - It is located one block from the Yarrawonga Foreshore and Lake Mulwala or two blocks from main retail street.
There are toilets at the location and sheltered BBQs and picnic table. Within Kennedy Park there is a fenced (And shade-sailed) playground with various items for children to play on such as monkey bars, monkey rungs, flying fox, chain traverse, suspended balance beam, small wave slide, curved slide, abacus, steering wheel, tunnel and more...
There are unshaded tables within the fenced area. Parking is available along the edges of the park.Written 8 June 2023
- I had a bit of time to kill before attending an all day seminar and I found this park on TripAdvisor and thought I would go for a look-see! Well it's not near the centre of town and was a 6 kilometre drive- I used my GPS to get here and thankfully I did. It's not a place I would have driven to because it appeared I was driving into a residential area and it seemed away from everything.
There is a sign near the entrance to indicate you are at the park and if you drive into the unsealed driveway you will be pleasantly surprised to see that the road is in good condition and allows for a vehicle to turn.
There is a fenced playground under shade sails and there are toilets located adjacent to it. There is a huge grassy area so it would be great for large groups who want an area that is out of the way ... but the part you will enjoy is the park is located on the edge of Lake Mulwala. There are shaded picnic tables and BBQs at the site.Written 23 November 2023
- Donald Couche Forbes was manager/secretary of the Grove Picture Theatre in Yarrawonga from 1930 -1978 ... a massive 48 years!
He was also a voluntary driver for the Ambulance Service from 1935-1947, also the first secretary for the Yarrawonga Foreshore Committee, a life governor for the local hospital, a life member for the Yarrawonga Football club... the list goes on. The man was hugely involved in the community.
So it makes sense to have this walk named after him... It's a stunning area with tables and beautiful murals along the walls. Beautiful gardens run alongside the buildings and whilst the area is small... it's well worth putting on your list of things to see whilst in town.Written 9 June 2023
- Delightful staff. Purchased a few items and enjoyed a lovely conversation with the staff. Shop was clean and easy to navigate.Written 21 May 2022
- After two days in Yarrawonga/Mulwala attending a business seminar... this was a nice way to end the day. As wrong as it is ... I appreciate that they do not talk back and they share their stories on their headstones quietly and respectfully. The cemetery is divided into denominational monumental portions with a lawn cemetery in its centre.
The cemetery occupies a triangular area at the junction of Gilmore Street and Woods Road on the southern side of town, with the entrance in Gilmore Street. I was able to park within the cemetery because there is a grassy area just inside one of the gates, from here I walked to look around.
Noteworthy are the sisters of mercy- Roman Catholic missions were first established in the region at Yarrawonga, Numurkah and Shepparton, each having a church and presbytery. In 1890 Sisters of Mercy, direct from Co. Wexford, Ireland, established their convent in Yarrawonga and in 1897 a convent was established by the Sisters of Joseph at Numurkah. Roman Catholic churches were established at Barmah, Bundalong, Burramine, Cobram, Katamatite, Nathalia, Numurkah, Strathmerton, Tungamah, Wilby, and Yarrawonga. There is an area for the sisters in the graveyard.
The cemetery is well laid out with trees and bushes scattered throughout the area... I would still recommend wearing a hat on a hot day ... Yarrawonga's temperatures can soar. Also watch your footing in the older areas of the cemetery.Written 24 November 2023
- Recently I wandered into a church to preach a sermon... people came for miles around and they were transfixed by my natural oratory...
...as you can see from my photos, clearly I had the place to myself!!! I didn't speak in front of people but I could stand behind the podium and imagine what that would be like... I can assure you that it's never going to be something I aspire to. :)
What is impressive is that I could access the inside of the church in the late afternoon... I was super pleased. The church building was erected/opened in 1905...its foundation stone was laid by The Most Rev S Reville DD OSA - Bishop of Sandhurst.Written 8 June 2023
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