Yackandandah is on a spur from the Great Alpine Highway. This is another of those towns that is possible should be visited in autumn. Yackandandah is an historic town, and is now ensuring nothing is going to change much into the future.
Yackandandah is a small tourist town in northeast Victoria, Australia. It is near the industrial towns of Wodonga and Albury, and is close to the tourist town of Beechworth. Yackandandah is now a commute town to the larger centres.
Yackandandah was once a former gold mining centre known for its alluvial wet mining techniques. Yackandandah Post Office opened on 13 June 1856. Another office nearby, Yackandandah Junction, opened in 1872 but closed in 1885.