Here are some things to do and places of interest in Yackandandah and the surrounding areas.
Gold Tours & Panning
Take a Karrs Reef Gold Mine Tour or try your own luck at one of the picturesque gold panning sites close to town. You can take a path leading off from the Park to view the Historic Gorge, cut through granite back in 1859.
Experience the tranquil beauty of the surrounding area with eucalypts and native cypress pines, winding creeks, steep gullies and rugged granite outcrops. Roads cater for both 2WD & 4WD vehicles.
Yackandandah Mountain Bike Track Network
Explore Yackandandah during a break from cycling the Rail Trail. (Nearest connections Myrtleford and Beechworth).
Historical Town Walk
37 National Trust buildings in our High Street along with our Historic Cemetery established in 1859.
Family History Research
Our Historical Society operates out of the Bank of Victoria Museum providing a search service for those embarking on tracing their family history, along with an interesting historical overview for visitors.
Bric A Brac & Antiques
Visit our local traders along High Street and just out of town.
Let the local Winemakers make your visit all the more enjoyable with a tasting or two, and of course you are well positioned to take a short drive across to the Rutherglen region and other winery regions.
Festivals & Fun
Yackandandah Folk Festival family weekend fun with live music, busking, craft & farmers market, 'Fresh & Unframed' Exhibition showcases works of local artists.
You can even throw a line in along Yackandandah Creek within the Park and catch a brown Trout for dinner!
Splash about in the Creeks within the Park or swim at Allan's Flat Waterhole or the town pool.
Sports & Leisure
Golfing, Tennis, Bowling, Mountain Bike Tracks all within easy access of the Park.