One of Victoria's favourite playgrounds, the High Country region offers families plenty of opportunities to get outdoors. Horse riding, mountain biking, rafting and rock climbing are popular in summer, while winter snowfalls bring skiing, tobogganing and snowball fights.
Get out there and show your kids all the wonders of the High Country. Pitch your tent and drink billy tea under the stars in a national park, enjoy diverse landscapes and great food on the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, or climb aboard a toboggan and hurtle downhill one of Victoria's spectacular ski resorts. If that's too slow for the older kids, why not join them on a snowboarding, mountain biking or rafting expedition.
Take a self-drive tour of Ned Kelly country, from Melbourne to Beechworth, and stop to visit important historical Ned Kelly sites along the way.
Take up the challenge to cycle up the High Country's highest peaks or simply enjoy meandering rides between regional wineries and gourmet producers.
Visit one of the many wildlife sanctuaries in the region or explore one of the national parks to see bird life, kangaroos and much more.
Gallop through stunning alpine scenery on trails traversed by Victoria's pioneering mountain cattlemen and The Man From Snowy River.
From rugged mountains to rolling snow plains, rushing rivers to gentle lakes, here are some of the best places from which to take in the views.
Ready your pack and set off to the top of Victoria's highest peaks for challenging terrain and breathtaking views over stunning alpine landscapes.
Try your hand at catching super-sized trout on a fishing tour of the great rivers, mountain streams and alpine lakes in the High Country.
Experience for yourself the forests, wildflowers, high country plains and rocky escarpments of the famous Alpine National Park and Mount Buffalo.
Make your way across the High Country on a mountain bike and conquer the notorious 'Dirty Dozen' collection of the best local mountain bike trails.
Explore the legacy of gold throughout the region, particularly in former mining centres like Beechworth, Chiltern, Yackandandah and Woods Point.