Edible Forest Yarra Valley

Parks and Gardens

Hidden within the Yarra Valley Estate property, you will find the Edible Forest. A place to grow unique edible plants, create experiences and breathe the fresh air.

The ultimate goal is to have 1000 plants, ranging in maturity, from over 350 different varieties all with their own purpose of being either edible, medicinal, nutritional for the soil, bee attracting or for companion planting.

The Edible Forest is consciously designed using Hügelkultur and Permaculture methods. Permaculture is based on three ethics that mirror our philosophy – care of the planet, care of community and take personal responsibility for the way you organise your life. Chemical free and proudly organically grown, the abundant vegetation has created its own healthy eco-system.

Birds flit around the garden, together with bees and butterflies to ensure pollination and seed scattering, which would occur naturally within a forest. Seed gathering and plant shoots allow the regeneration of plants and provide the garden to additional growth.

When you visit, you will feel the calming and healing effect that a forest creates and the best of what nature has to offer.

Guests can now purchase plants in the Edible Forest Nursery and continue their edible gardening journey at home.


Carpark Coach Parking Conference/Convention Facilities Enquiry Desk Family Friendly Interactive Centre Lawn / Gardens Pet Friendly Public Toilet Shop / Gift Shop

Internet Access

Free Wifi

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation




From AU$15.00

A guided tour of the Edible Forest is $15 per person
Cooking classes start from $75 per person

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