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If you're looking at buying in Woori Yallock, keep reading for a brief history lesson to discover more about the lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.
Overview Woori Yallock is a suburb in Victoria, Australia. It is located 56 km east of Melbourne's central business district and in the Shire of Yarra Ranges. At the 2016 census, it had a population of 2,913.
Living in Woori Yallock Woori Yallock sits on the Warburton Highway and is a clean and green suburb with a neighbourly spirit; the suburb offers valley views and has lots of little cafes, restaurants, and wineries. It also has a primary school, a radio station, and a shopping area. The Warburton Trail passes through the suburb and is a popular destination for taking a walk and cycling. The cycling track is along the former Warburton railway line that was dismantled. Furthermore, the town has an Australian rules Football team, the Woori Tigers. It is competing in the Yarra Valley Mountain District Football League. The suburb is suitable for families with kids, retirees, and professionals.
History of Woori Yallock In 1886, the Post Office opened in the suburb and was named Woori Yalloak. The spelling changed to the current one around 1911. Woori Yallock is fast becoming a highly desirable site for wine producers who want to produce quality wine. The soil type and micro-climate in this area are suitable for wine, and that's why it has many wineries.
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