A mudbrick Bed & Breakfast
in the Yarra Valley

Relax and enjoy the tranquillity…
soothe your soul by the banks of our billabong.

Everybody falls in love with The Burrow – it invites you to take your foot off the pedal, sink into a chair and breathe. The sense of welcome, the snuggly rugs and soft pure linen, the permission to lose yourself for an hour in a book, or investigate the treasures throughout The Burrow. There’s no To Do list here, put the kettle on, put your feet up, gaze through the window and let the billabong work its magic.

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Why do couples keep returning for more? Some say it is the breeze through the trees, the richness of birdsong and the frog chorus at night. For others, it’s the shimmering water, the lemon perfume of the early spring wattle, and the flash of the bronze wing pigeon. Witnessing the moon rising over the billabong, or the early morning mist, with crunchy frost underfoot – every time you visit, there’s something new.

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What guests are saying

  • Avatar Joe Morris ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
    Delightful accomodations and peaceful location with great access to the Yarra Valley while feeling off the beaten path. Owners are wonderful and have created a true gem location for getting away … More from it all.
  • Avatar Wayne Damm ★★★★★ 3 weeks ago
    Sue and Bill were wonderful hosts and made us feel very welcome. The cottage was clean, tidy and felt homely. The kitchen was stocked with great eats.
  • Avatar Jen Green ★★★★★ 2 months ago
    A wonderfully relaxing long weekend in a slice of heaven we didn't know existed: stunning vista, birdsong and being able to hear the wind in the trees. The gorgeous 'Burrow' was so … More cosy and comfortable, with a mesmerising outlook over the billabong; beautifully appointed and catered for with amazing treats. And the bed: fabulous linen sheets, the warmest hugging doona, and probably the most comfortable bed ever slept on. Tranquil, relaxing and utterly restorative - do yourself a favour, book now.
  • Avatar Gayle Hooper ★★★★★ 2 months ago
    What a delightful place to stay! From the cheery welcome on arrival to the reluctant goodbyes on leaving, my heart was filled with warmth and gratitude to know that our hosts, two gentle souls, Bill … More and Sue, still work tirelessly to improve our troubled world.The secluded, peaceful haven that they have created for guests, is a testament to their beliefs. The native vegetation and the billabong on the property, attract a myriad of birdlife, making for a very relaxing, peaceful environment to escape from everyday life.Being country folk, we were especially surprised to drink tank waterin accommodation so close to Melbourne. It just felt like home!The well stocked pantry and locally sourced fresh, quality provisions, made cooking a pleasure. On our first night, weary from travelling the Yarra Glen Pub, just down the road, served us fabulous meals.With appointments in the city Friday and Monday, our 3 night stay at The Burrow was perfect. The city, an easy drive from Dixons Creek. With the weekend to explore the lovely Yarra Valley, hot air ballooning with Global Ballooning, Bruno"s Sculpture Garden at Marysville, and Alowyn Gardens were all on the list.Thank you Sue and Bill, for making our stay so comfortable, easy and relaxing.Looking forward to future visits.

A unique Yarra Valley Bed & Breakfast on 5 acres of thriving wildlife habitat

Wombat Bend is evergreen, long flowering and all native Australian.  Come and immerse yourself in this inspiring natural landscape, its sounds, textures, light and movement.  Our dream was to create a sustainable, ecologically balanced landscape, full of life, vibrant and ever-changing with the seasons.

Our property with its life-giving billabong is a sanctuary for over 150 species of birds and other wildlife throughout the seasons – you never know who you might meet during your visit.

We’ll look forward to welcoming you to Wombat Bend

Sue & Bill

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Acknowledgement
We are located on Wurundjeri Country. We acknowledge the traditional owners and their ancestors of these lands and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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