Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery, Yarra Glen

(4.1/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
Indulge in decadent sweet treats and ice cream while enjoying the Yarra Valley view at Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery. There are free tastings. At the cafe, be tempted by truffles, pralines, and brownies. Children are encouraged to explore the sweeping lawns and orchard with sculptures. Use our Yarra Glen trip itinerary planner to add Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery and other attractions to your Yarra Glen vacation plans.
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  • My husband thought he had died and gone to heaven. Chocolate everywhere he looked and also tasting bowls available for desperate souls like him. A huge range of chocolate products available for purcha...  more »
  • I have been here twice and would come back again - unfortunately its a long way from Perth haha .... There is soooo much to look at and choose from, and great fun to watch it all being made right in f...  more »
  • What a fabulous place to go to , if you love chocolate and ice cream you will be in heaven. Beautiful views as well. It is very similar to the Margaret River Chocolate Factory in Western Australia. Go...  more »
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  • Very busy when we went there at midday on a Saturday. Very well kept and tidy store. Almost too much chocolate to look at. Fairly expensive high end chocolate products. Great place for gifts or if you just want to chew through some high end chocolate products, not very relaxing though.
  • Firstly the name chocolate brings high energy to this place. Coming here is worth a visit anytime you like. Even if you like chocolates or not, this place is for all. They have a big spacious seating and big area to sell and make chocolates and ice creams. They have an iutdoor seating as well whch opens up into lush green views of the valley. Its just breathtaking watching it while sipping your coffee. Most stuff is done in house and you can see the chocolate pouring on wheels. Must recommended is their hot chocolate. Apart from it you can actually try anything and its brilliant. Even the ice cream is to fall for. I can go back here again n again.
  • Brilliant, a total success in terms of a regional attraction, but avoid the breakfasts of hard bread, tasteless eggs and streaky bacon. Stick to desserts! Much better prices than other similar premium choc shops. Amazing views. It is a victim of its own success, though, often being crowded to the point of being bad, therefore, try and come a little outside of peak times, such as Sunday afternoons.
  • If you are planning to drive with the kids down take it slow from the moutains. They can get car sick. Really crowded place but the staff were efficient and helpful. Ice cream portions were huge but could be better. I prefer gelatos. The macarons were quite good too!.
  • Delightful visit for adults and kids. The dining area gets a bit full, and the outside dining can be windy, but you'll cope with that. The hot chocolate is excellent, and keep an eye on the cakes, they are tremendous.