Relax, you’ve arrived.
At the gateway to the Yarra Valley and the entryway to refreshing. Less than an hour’s drive from Melbourne’s hustle, nestled gently within the grounds of the exclusive Heritage Golf & Country Club, Yarra Valley Lodge – a world-class hotel and accommodation – invites you.
To drink in the views of sophisticated indulgence and give way to the taste of laidback luxury on the sprawling, 120-hectare estate. Where 102 guest rooms open directly onto a garden terrace or private balcony and beckon you to set down your bags and lift your spirit – and your glass.
Our Bella Restaurant and Lodge Bar are open to in-house guests only.
Please note the pool & gym which are both run and owned by Heritage Golf Club and are currently closed.
Rooms & Suites
Lodge View King Room
Designed and decorated to create a warm, inviting space inspired by the…
Golf View King Room
Step into a tranquil, relaxing and spacious 35-square-metre sanctuary surrounded by the…
Lodge View Family Room
Families with small children and travellers sharing accommodation will love our Lodge…
Golf View Family Room
This 35-square-metre room is the perfect Yarra Valley retreat, designed for families…
One Bedroom Suite
With a bright and spacious living area and a separate bedroom, Yarra…
Accommodation in the Yarra Valley
Today, you celebrate, let loose and refresh among the lush vineyards. Get lost in the tangled walking trails, dive into the tastings or sink into the comfy. Our beds are plush pillowtop, and the Wi-Fi is free.
Embrace each morning with a hearty breakfast, fresh from the farm. Take off on your Yarra Valley journey, soaking in the local flavour. Then return to savour the seasonal abundance offered at our onsite restaurant and bar. Raise a toast to the night and do it all over again tomorrow.
Because here, there’s much to be done. Or not. At Yarra Valley Lodge, the world revolves around you – at least for a day. But maybe more. The choice is yours.
Yarra Valley Lodge acknowledges the traditional owners, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, on whose land we meet, share and work. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging as well as extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.