Venue & Location
The MIN 2019 Winter Symposium was held at Vibe Hotel, Marysville.
The villages of Marysville, Buxton Taggery and Narbethong are located in the pictureque Yarra Valley, only a 90 minute drive from Melbourne. Marysville and the surrounding areas are the perfect destination for nature lovers and those seeking outdoor adventures. This is the ideal place to relax, create memories and connect with those around you.
Take the Eastern Freeway through to Ringwood, then follow the Maroondah Highway through Lilydale and Healesville, then across the scenic Black Spur to Narbethong.
Marysville experiences the following average temperatures during August:
Minimum - 7.0°C
Maximum - 15.0°C
It is recommended that you bring a waterproof jacket and umbrella as rain is a common occurrence in August. It is also best to wear lots of layers as the mornings and evenings can be quite cold but if the sun is out the afternoons will warm up.
Stroll along the area's plentiful tracks and trails, winding through gum trees and shady ferns, or get adventurous with a more challenging hike in the Cathedral Ranges State Park. Up the ante again on single-track mountain bike trails, or get the road bike out for a ride from Marysville to Lake Mountain. Slow down and drop a line in pristine lakes and streams, or tee off at the 18-hole golf course nestled in the Great Dividing Range.
Visit the Marysville Tourism website for a list of activities and things to do.
Marysville Information and Regional Artspace
11 Murchison Street, Marysville
The Marysville Information and Regional Artspace (MiRa) is located right in the heart of Marysville’s Main Street. The Centre is staffed 7 days a week (Closed Christmas Day), providing relevant and up to date information about places to stay, things to do and upcoming events in the region.
The Phoenix Museum is also located at MiRa, sharing first hand accounts of Black Saturday and the recovery story since.