What's on in Belgrave, Victoria

Belgrave is located about 40 km east of Melbourne, in the famous Dandenong Ranges Region in rolling hills covered in forests and vineyards at an altitude of about 230m. Belgrave is famous as the home of the famous Puffing Billy Steam Railway. There are also a delightful range of facilities for visitors and tourists including arts and craft outlets and museums, cafes, fine dining, restaurants wineries, pubs and clubs and a diverse range of shops and road-side stalls selling local produce. Activities and attractions include: # Browse through the diverse range of local produce, art and craft shops including the Belgrave Art Stockade on Monbulk Road, which features decorative crystals, pottery, wrought iron works, woodwork and paintings. # Enjoy a delightful trip on the famous antique steam train Puffing Billy, which starts from Belgrave and travels through Emerald to the Lakeside Station and back (26 km return journey). A longer trip runs further on beyond Emerald to Gembrook, a return journey of about 48 km. # Enjoy a meal at the famous Queen of Tarts cafe serving eighteenth century sweet treats, and many other country pubs restaurants and taverns in the are # Visit the Sherbrooke Falls and other attractions in the Dandenong Ranges National Park.

Enjoy wine tours in the Yarra Valley Wine Region which includes fifteen districts : Eltham ; Shepherds Bush ; Kangaroo Ground ; Wonga Park ; Dixon Creek ; Yarra Glen ; Coldstream ; Wandin ; Gruyere ; Seville ; Badger Creek ; Woori YallockWarburton ; Healesville 

What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities
Tour local wineries and cellar door outlets

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