Y WATER DISCOVERY CENTRE / TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE
Opened in August 2014 the Y Water Discovery Centre features a fully accredited Visitor Information Centre with interactive environmental interpretive displays to inform visitors about the importance of water and local wetland ecology.
THE GREAT VICTORIAN RAIL TRAIL
This easily accessible, varied and unique rail trail offers close proximity to heritage classified rivers, majestic valleys, lakes and mountains. The trail is Australia’s longest continuous rail trail, with Victoria’s longest rail trail tunnel at Cheviot. The trail spans 134 kilometres from Tallarook, through Yea to Mansfield, with a spur line linking Cathkin and Alexandra.
A fascinating part of Yea’s Rail History, a must see.
FISHING & CAMPING
All you’ll ever want to know about Fishing and Camping facilities in and around Yea.
YEA HERITAGE WALK
Take a wander and discover Yea’s rich architectural history.
Join us for an evening of fine food, wine and discussion. Professor David Karoly, NESP Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub, CSIRO, will examine the science underpinning climate change, and how the observed climate globally, in Australia and in the region around Yea has changed over the last 100 years.