WILD BY NATURE

Experience the thrill of adventure and all that the Upper Yarra Valley has to offer.

GO WILD

Unearth & experience natural gems in the Upper Yarra Valley on a professionally guided adventure tour.

In January 2021, we launched Warburton Adventure Company with the purpose of introducing our favourite spots in and around the Valley with visitors who have a sense of adventure and locals who want to explore more of what’s on their own doorstep.

We’ve got a big backyard brimming with adventures. It’s time for you to get wild by nature!

Warburton hiking trails
Map of Warburton - Adventure experiences in Warburton

Warburton, home to many adventure attractions.

The quaint township of Warburton sits on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people. A former goldmine and timber town, it is located 75km north east of Melbourne deep in the Yarra Valley and is framed by rivers and creeks, mountains and rainforests.

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Adventures for everyone.

A range of guided adventure experiences for couples and groups, to suit all ages and levels of fitness. Immerse yourself in nature for a half-day, full-day or multi-day, all within a short drive from the heart of Melbourne.

Explore our adventures.

Embrace your wild side. Feel connected to the natural beauty.

Book our most popular Summer adventure activity now.

Jump on a river sled and immerse yourself in nature as you float down the Yarra River. Fun for couples, families or groups of all ages.

Self-Guided River Sled Adventure

Private & custom tours for all occasions.

Are you seeking a unique, tailored adventure experience in the Yarra Valley?

Our partners.

Taste Yarra Valley

Silva Cafe

Ride Time Bikes

Oscars on Yarra

CEDA

AON

Cany Emporium

Alpine Hotel

Warburton Trail Fest

Maddog Adventures

Yarra Ranges Tourism

Our accreditations.

Parks Victoria Licensed Tour Operator 2021-22

Acknowledgement of Country.

Acknowledgement of Country

Warburton Adventure Co. would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation who are the traditional custodians of the lands on which we live, work and play, and pay our respects to the Elders past and present.