Welcome back to Yackandandah



The Yackandandah community and businesses are delighted to welcome visitors back to Yackandandah, located at the foothills of the Victorian Alps. The coronavirus pandemic is not over and we must all do our part to ensure everyone's safety, which includes adhering to the Victorian Government's health advice. While restrictions are still in place some of the businesses will have reduced capacity or be providing altered services; please make sure you plan ahead to avoid disappointment.


Here are some top travel tips to help you enjoy your stay in Yackandandah & surrounds.

Covid Safe Yackandandah

Due to current restrictions, you may encounter some places that are very busy have restricted seating/access or are not currently operating. Please call businesses directly for the most up-to-date opening times and to make a booking to avoid disappointment.

Please book ahead for dining, wine tasting, and entry to attractions.

Please check for capacity numbers before entering shops and cafes.

Please adhere to social distancing requirements – keep 1.5m.

Remember you will need to provide some businesses with contact name and number.

Please stay at home if you are sick.

Covid Safe Yackandandah

Book ahead if you plan to dine in:
Due to current restrictions, you may
encounter some places, including cellar doors, that are very busy, have restricted seating/access or are not currently operating

Covid Safe Yackandandah

Pick up a takeaway & head to a park:
Memorial Park – tables, shelter, close to toilets
Isaccs Park – tables, toilets, playground
Butson Park –tables, BBQ, toilets, playground

Covid Safe Yackandandah

Jump in the car for a picnic with a view:
Yack Gorge – Bells Flat Road
Allans Flat Reserve – Wodonga Yackandandah Road
Woolshed Falls – Beechworth Chiltern Road

Covid Safe Yackandandah

Head out into nature:
Short walks into nature - Gorge Walk & Lions Walk
Forest Drive into the Stanley State Forest
Catch a trout at Allans Flat Reserve