Yackandandah



Yackandandah is a town in the High Country region of Victoria and has a population of approximately 700 people.

Located near to Wodonga and Albury, Yackandandah is also close to the tourist town of Beechworth.

Yackandandah began as a gold mining town in the mid 19th Century with the Yackandandah Post Office opening in 1856.

Yackandandah is now the centre of a dairy farming and forestry area, and has pet friendly accommodation in pet friendly bed and breakfasts, pet friendly self-contained cottages, and pet friendly holiday homes which allow the many visitors to enjoy the Yackandandah experience of the local forest and mountains.

Popularly known as 'Yack', Yackandandah is also called the 'Dandah' sometimes.

Yackandandah has its main commercial area registered with the National Estate because of the many historic buildings that remain, and are in excellent condition.

Pet friendly services in Yackandandah and its surrounding area exist in the form of pet food outlets, pet supplies and accessories, dog grooming businesses, pet breeders, Yackandandah pet transport operators, horse riding opportunities, boarding kennels and catteries, Yackandandah vets, farriers, horse dentists, nd there are pet friendly dining venues in Yackandandah as well.

The people of Yackandandah invite you to visit them to enjoy their beautiful part of the High Country, Victoria and Australia. So when you are planning your next break from your daily toil why not seriously consider Yackandandah and the High Country region You certainly will go back home relaxed and ready for work again after your Yackandandah experience.

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