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The weather in Healesville
You can see our climate diagram above. This year, January will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, June is the coolest month in Healesville, with temperatures going under 3°. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is February.
Charming holiday houses in peaceful Healesville
Perennially popular with nature lovers and anyone looking for a quiet weekend escape from Melbourne, Healesville offers a range of accommodation options, including a number of spacious holiday houses that are perfect for families. Thanks to the town's long history as a jumping off point to the Victorian Goldfields, holiday accommodation is typically historical, federation era homes and cute Victorian cottages.
Local food and wine in Healesville
Being located in the famous Valley Yarra, Healesville is a great destination for foodies and wine lovers. The area is packed with award-winning wineries and vineyards, where you can visit cellar doors and taste the wine – not to mention other delicious local produce!
Healesville and its surrounds are renowned for its cherry orchards, crisp apples, juicy berries and all kinds of stone fruit. The Healesville Organic Market is held every Saturday morning and is a great opportunity to pick up some fresh produce, before heading back to your holiday cottage to prepare a sumptuous meal.
Outdoor fun for the kids
Along with the wildlife sanctuary, there are plenty of fun outdoor activities to keep the kids entertained on your family holiday in Healesville. The Yarra Ranges National Park is a vast natural space, great for hiking and picnicking. You can also take the kids on a fun train ride on the historic Yarra Valley Railway.
The Healesville Sanctuary: Ultimate wildlife experience
Healesville is most famous for its wildlife sanctuary, and with good reason. The sanctuary was established as a safe habitat and breeding ground for a number of native Australian species. It also gives visitors an opportunity to see animals in their natural habitat including rare and not often seen species like the elusive platypus.
You can also expect to see kangaroos, koalas, dingoes, wombats and emus, all in a tranquil bushland setting. The sanctuary also has a wildlife hospital on site where it treats sick and injured native animals.
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