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Nestled in the foothills of the Strezlecki Ranges with vistas of rolling green hills you will find Yarragon Village, a charming and friendly country town with an abundance of delightful shops and eateries to satisfy all desires from fresh and healthy to deliciously decadent and everything in between.

Stroll up the main street to choose from an array of shopping experiences in one of the many specialty shops Yarragon is renowned for -  Art, Craft, Giftware, Clothing and Accessories, New Age or Homewares (Modern, Vintage, Antique, Retro).  It’s all here!

People come from far and wide to savour the extensive range of  Wine, Beer, Coffee, fresh local produce and cheeses.  The sweet tooths are not forgotten with chocolate, lollies and ice cream available too.  Yarragon Village is the central point of Gippsland Gourmet Country.

Yarragon has a population of approx. 1525 (census 2011).  Visit the Community, Services and Accommodation pages to find out more about what is available in Yarragon.


As you can see Yarragon has a wealth of interesting, creative and beautiful shops and businesses to offer so next time you are planning a trip or visiting new places -  look no further than Yarragon Village – The Cream of Gippsland!


relax, wander, browse, discover





Music & More

for pre-schoolers & parents/carers, St David's Uniting Church, Campbell Street

9:30-10:30am during school terms

$2 per family includes morning tea

Phone Rev Chris Duxbury 5633 1047


West Gippsland Mobile Library


Yarragon Public Hall Car Park


Yarragon Fire Brigade


1a Murray Street

Captain: Ken Kemp

Enquiries to Secretary, Geoff Conway: 0411 833 219



Yarragon Craft Group

10am - 2pm

Uniting Church Hall, Campbell St

Bring along your own lunch and work or come along for a cuppa and a chat


JAFFAS After School Program

for primary school children, at St Mark's Anglican Church, Loch St

3:30 - 5:30pm

Gold Coin Donation



Gardening Group

9 - 10am

Yarragon Medical Centre, Campbell St


Yarragon Playgroup

9:30 - 11:30am

Yarragon Public Hall, Campbell St


Yarragon Lions Club

2nd & 4th Wednesdays @ 7pm

St Jarlath's Catholic Hall, Rollo St

President: Kevin Arnold (0419 325 923)


Yarragon & District Community Association (YDCA)

3rd Wednesday @ 7pm

The Station Gallery, Princes Highway

President: Michael Ogden (0490 058 993)



Yarragon Bowls Club, Shady Creek Rd

1st & 3rd Thursday - Social Game Night

followed by meal

President: Russell Weekley (0417 521 605)



Yarragon Craft & Produce Market

4th Saturday - 9am - 1pm

Yarragon Public Hall, Campbell St

Enquiries: Gaye Kent (0427 342 430)



St Mark's Anglican Church, Loch St

Rev Sue Jacka, ph: 5633 1021

Morning Worship: 8:30am


St David's Uniting Church, Campbell St

Rev Chris Duxbury, ph: 5633 1047

1st, 2nd, 4th Sunday: 9:15am Service

3rd Sunday: 5pm Service followed by a shared meal for those who would like to stay


St Jarlath's Catholic Church, Rollo St

Father Bernie Krotwaar, ph: 5633 1166

9am Mass on 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays



Heart Foundation Yarragon Walkers

Starting at the Rotunda - 9:30am, in all weathers

Tue: Approx 45 minute town circuit | Thu: Approx 1hr Walking Track

Enquiries: Angela Greenall (5624 3545)


Baw Baw Arts Alliance

The Station Gallery, Princes Highway. 0490 173 103

Weekly Drop-In Sessions (small cost plus materials if needed)

Mon: Paint & Draw 10:30 - 3:00  |  Wed: Clay 10:30 - 1:00

Thu: Mosaics 10:30 - 12:30  |  Fri: Fibres & Fabrics 10:30 - 3:30


Shopfront & Gallery: Wed - Sun 10:30 - 4:00


Classes with Tutors (fees apply)

Tue: Calligraphy 1:00 - 3:00  |  Thu: Mosaics 1:00 - 3:00


"Yarragon really is a browser's delight with some of the most unique stores I've ever seen in one small town."


relax, wander, browse, discover

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