Stringybark Conservation Reserve

Stringybark Reserve is located in the rapidly growing township of Baranduda. Red Stringybark is what gave the reserve its name has been used by the Indigenous of Australia for its fibre. Stringy bark is fibrous and useful for making ropes, bindings and fishnets. Stringybark Reserve is home to a community Red Stringybark. The reserve is…

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Annies Retreat Outdoor Event Centre

Annie’s Retreat outdoor event centre, vineyard and orchard lies seven kilometres north of Yackandandah and sits upon a hilltop with more than five acres of gardens, all with 360-degree valley views. The outdoor venue area consists of two arenas, one suited for a wedding ceremony with seating, the other 50 x 70 metres grassed oval…

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Baranduda Bowl

Built in 2004, Baranduda Bowl is adjacent to the beautiful Baranduda Reserve. The facility includes two grind rails, sub-box and bowl with shallow and deep sections. Baranduda Bowl is best-suited for intermediate to advanced users and is popular for scooters, skateboards, BMXs and rollerblades. Users must wear protective gear including a helmet when using the…

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Baranduda Parklands

Barunduda Parklands offers a rich and diverse nature experience showcasing many species of native flora and fauna. Native animals and woodland birds along with native shrubs, trees and wildflowers can be seen whilst walking along its beautiful tracks. Pack a picnic, binoculars or your camera to take advantage of the spectacular views.

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Yackandandah Lions Walk

This gentle stroll captures all aspects of Yackandandah within a single moment, the gold, the beauty and the history. The walk starts at Isaacs Park in the Yackandandah township, just over the historic Stone Bridge and continues over Commissioners Creek. Keep walking across the boardwalk over the creek and you will come to the Miner’s…

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Seventh Pocket

Originally a billiards room and made from local red brick, this newly renovated, pared back space has been revitalised highlighting its rustic origins, and is now Seventh Pocket Lifestyle store. Seventh Pocket only stocks and supports local and Australian artisans and designers. The carefully curated collection embodies a strong sense of originality, quality and purpose.…

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Feather & Drum Custom Hat Co.

Looking for the hat of a lifetime? Take a stroll down the main street in Yackandandah and stick your head in to Feather and Drum Custom Hat Co. Cat Leahy, local drummer and friendly hat maker will have a chat and sort you out with the perfect fit. Both for your scone and your personality.…

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Vivienne Cate

Vivienne Cate is an intimate retail outlet that specialises in quality cowhides and sheepskin and offers a carefully curated collection of high-quality homewares, fashion and accessories. Their stunning collection includes 100 percent European linen table/kitchen-ware, bathware and clothing and Vivienne Cate is proud to showcase the work of many Australian artisans; including milliners, leather workers,…

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Yackandandah Gorge Scenic Walk

The Gorge Walk will take you along the historic gorge, built as a tail race to sluice gravel and sand in the hope of finding gold. The original cutting was made by pick, shovel and blasting powder, but was later deepened using dynamite creating the gorge you see today. The scenic walk takes you along…

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Vintage Alley

Vintage Alley is a much-loved destination for vintage enthusiasts and a must see for all visitors. Owner Allie welcomes you to browse the finest vintage clothing that is sure to take you down memory lane. Allie’s motto of Re-New, Re-Use, Re-Love is a smart and fun alternative to fast fashion, not to mention all its…

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