Quality family and group accommodation in Warburton
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About Warburton Digs
If you’re looking for quality group accommodation in Warburton, or planning your next family getaway, you can’t go past the quality and comfort of Warburton Digs.
A spacious, fully self-contained house, this property is located just 1.1km from the heart of Warburton and 400m to the beautiful Yarra River. The river is a fantastic spot to cool off on warmer days, you can head in for a swim or grab a tube and float downriver. Such a relaxing way to pass the time!
Warburton Digs has 4 bedrooms and comfortably sleeps 10. The property has been fully renovated, with a huge well-equipped kitchen and large living area opening out onto the deck and taking in expansive views of Mt Donna Buang and the beautiful Yarra Ranges.
You’ll find 2 bathrooms, 3 separate toilets, split system air conditioning in the living area and a wood fire to keep you warm when the weather is chilly.
For the road cyclists, trail bike and mountain bike riders there’s no better base for your trip. From our front yard, hit the tarmac and head up Mount Donna Buang for a climbing challenge or try the many kilometres of tracks and trails throughout the Yarra Valley. We have a secure bike shed, bike tools and bike wash.
Keen to check out the surroundings on foot? Check out the Visit Warburton website to find out more about the many bushwalks nearby.
Warburton Digs is a freshly renovated, self-contained house with all the facilities you need for a comfortable stay.
The house has 4 bedrooms and sleeps 10 comfortably.
- All bedrooms have heating and blankets
- Main bedroom: A Queen bed with ensuite, robe, fan and heating
- Bedroom 2: Double bed lower bunk and single bed upper bunk and a trundle bed that can be made up upon request
- Bedroom 3: 2 single beds with robe
- Bedroom 4: 2 single beds or 1 queen bed with robe
- Two bathrooms with:
- Continuous gas hot water
- Heating lamp
- 3 Separate toilets
- WIFI is available
- Linen and towels are provided
- A fully equipped kitchen with every appliance required and a huge amount of bench space
- Dining area with hand crafted table seats 10
- Complimentary pod coffee machine
- Log wood fire heater with plenty of fire starters and wood on site. There is a woodshed which is stocked with wood.
- Split system AC or heating in the living area
- Large flat screen TV and DVD player
- Two large decks and outdoor setting
- Laundry with washer, dryer, and iron
- A variety of games are available
- A porta-cot can be made up for bubs upon request
- Bike wash bay, storage, and repair shed
- Bike stand, tools, pump, de-greaser, rags and brushes provided
- Generous garden with stunning views
- On-site secure parking for up to 4 cars
Warburton Mountain Bike Trails and Shuttles
Work is currently underway to plan and build a world class mountain biking hub in and near Warburton. Stage one of the Warburton bike trail involves the development of more than 100 kilometres of new mountain bike trails and connections.
Combining Warburton’s scenic natural environment and village atmosphere, with the Warburton Mountain Bike Destination would promote a healthy community and put Warburton on the national and international tourism radar.
The project will be delivered in multiple stages and include 160 kilometres of trails when complete.
Check out the Ride Yarra Ranges website for more details and trail maps.
Rates at Warburton Digs
Please click on the Check Availability button to review the rates. The nightly rate includes the first 2 guests with a small additional fee for 3 guests onwards.
Warburton Digs Rules
- Please leave Warburton Digs in the same condition you found it.
- Maximum number of guests is 10
- The number of guests occupying Warburton Digs must not exceed the number specified in the booking
- The person (guest) nominated on the booking form must occupy Warburton Digs
- Warburton Digs is not a party house. Please respect the neighbours.
- No pets, sorry
- No undue noise and no drugs
- Absolutely no smoking
- Please don’t bring your bike shoes and bikes into the house
Please provide notice of cancellation or changes to your booking in writing via email to email@example.com
Guests may cancel a booking up to 60 days prior to the booking and receive a refund less any booking/credit card fees incurred by us.
Guests will be charged 60% of the booking fee if cancellation is within 60 days of arrival.
No refund will be provided for cancellations made less than 14 days in advance of arrival or a no-show. The reservation may be rescheduled to another equivalent period subject to availability. Guests are advised to take out comprehensive travel insurance to cater for any unforeseen circumstances.
With the approval of over $11 million in funding, Warburton is set to become a true mountain biking destination. With over 160km of trails, including a trail descending Mount Donna Buang, it is going to be epic. Digs Lodgings property in Derby, Derby Digs was host to Yarra Ranges MTB development team during their research phase for the Warburton bike trails.
Stage one will include over 100km of trails. Digs Lodgings and Warburton Digs is proud to be part of this growing outdoor road cycling and mountain biking community. Check out more about this exciting project on the Ride Yarra Ranges website.
Mt Donna Buang
Mt Donna Buang is located in the Yarra Valley, overlooking Warburton in Victoria. This majestic climb is a favourite for road cyclists and tourists alike.
The summit is 1245m, with a 21m high lookout tower on the summit providing panoramic views of the Yarra Valley, Dandenong Ranges, Melbourne and the Alps.
A great spot for picnics and bushwalking, Mt Donna Buang Summit does receive some snowfall periods during Winter. More details are available on the Visit Yarra Valley website.
La La Falls
The trail to La La Falls is definitely one of the best and most beautiful short walks around Melbourne.
The 3.2km track runs alongside Four Mile Creek, snaking its way under a thick, lush forest canopy over a vibrant under story of ferns, musk daisy bush, blanket-leaf and bootlace bush. The trail traverses the creek over several cute stone bridges to the soundtrack of bubbling water and birdsong. With luck you might even sight a lyrebird, one of the most treasured creatures in the Yarra State Forest. The Falls themselves are serene and are best visited after a rainfall when the flow down the rocky slabs is high.
The walk is named after past landowner Leila Ward, whose guesthouse ‘La La’ was located in the area. (La La fittingly means ‘Welcome Welcome’ in the local indigenous language.)
The walk up to the falls has been delighting visitors since the 1880s and it continues to do so today. To find out more about the walk, see the Visit Warbuton website.
The Waterwheel on the main street of Warburton is your destination for all things Warburton Valley. More than a Visitor Information Centre, The Waterwheel is home to a gorgeous handmade shop, a hub for local wine, an Art Gallery and eco Indoor Forest.
Art also elevates the surrounding parklands to visual experiences that nourish and inspire. Don’t miss the Great Steps of Warburton, a community art project, the historical murals on the railway siding and totem poles. The historic Waterwheel is an icon of the towns ever-evolving story and a great place to stop by.
Find out more about Warburton’s wonderful attractions on the Visit Warburton website.
The trails and tracks of the Warburton Valley provide a range of riding experiences from the gentle cruise to the challenge of endurance events.
Mt Donna Buang is host to the annual Everesting event each February, when a selection of athletes make the 17 kilometre ascent and descent eight times – the equivalent of climbing Mt Everest. Mt Donna Buang climb is a regular feature of many cyclists week – both for training and enjoyment.
Warburton Valley is also a popular destination for cycling club outings, and regularly hosts groups such as the Hells 500, known for their Seven Peaks ride program and many other endurance events including the Giro Del a Donna
As a cycling destination, the Warburton Valley has a growing reputation as one of the most popular places for varied rides, great scenery and a network of terrific support services – which usually begin and end with a coffee at Cog Bike Café.
Redwood Forest Warburton
You may be surprised to discover an amazing forest of California Redwoods just a few kilometres outside Warburton.
According to the Victoria Heritage Database, the California Redwoods were planted by the Board of Works around 1939 after the original eucalypt forest was cleared.
The Californian Redwood trees are significant because of the history and extent of the plantation. There are more than 1400 trees ranging from 20 metres to an impressive 55 metres in height.
To find out more about visiting the Redwood Forest, check out the Visit Warburton website.
Warburton Rainforest Gallery
This beautiful heritage-listed site features a 40m long observation platform which takes you into the rainforest canopy 15m above the ground in the Yarra Ranges National Park near Warburton.
An elevated walkway takes you through the rainforest gallery where you will see magnificent old growth Mountain Ash trees, ancient Myrtle Beech trees (many of which could be up to 300 to 400 years old), ferns, mosses and other plants that make up this damp and diverse rain forest environment.
There are several viewing spots along the walkway where you can pause and enjoy the sounds of Cement Creek flowing past on its journey to the Yarra River.
For more information head to the Visit Yarra Valley website.
Carved into the mountainside above the Upper Yarra Valley, the O’Shannassy Aqueduct Trail makes for a wonderful ride and heading east from Warburton has some real hidden and not-so-hidden gems.
The trail follows an historic, now-disused open water race, built between 1911 and 1914 to channel fresh water from a weir on the O’Shannassy River to Silvan Dam, where it served the then burgeoning population of Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. Now decommissioned, the trail cuts through some the prettiest forest in the Valley.
On their way out to the waterfalls at O’Shannassy Weir, riders cruise past peaceful and tranquil forests of stoic mountain ash and walls of tree ferns, but the real surprise comes with a rare stand of California Redwoods – towering giants that have an almost mystical feel when you stand amongst them. Planted by the Board of Works as part of an experiment in 1930, they are now heritage listed.