Arrive in Myrtleford on bicycle via the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, or make it a stop on your tour of the Great Alpine Road. You'll find plenty to occupy your time in the bustling village and surrounds.
Pedal to produce
Reap the benefits of the rich alluvial flats that surround Myrtleford and sustain vineyards, vegetables, berries and nuts, olives and beef. Cruise along the easy bike paths to farm gates and fill your baskets with whatever's just been picked or produced.
Stop in at Michelini Wines and stay for a meal or stock up on top drops. Back in the village, sample the local bounty prepared imaginatively at top restaurants like the Myrtleford Butter Factory and Range, or one of the many unassuming eateries turning out delicious creations.
Leisurely life in the village
Dismount from the bike or get out of the car and head off on foot. Grab a map from the visitor information centre and wander along the Discovery Trail and discover Myrtleford’s tobacco-growing and goldmining past. Sit awhile along the banks of the Ovens River and admire the dramatic backdrop of Mount Buffalo and the Alps.
Things to do
Take up the challenge to cycle up the High Country's highest peaks or simply enjoy meandering rides between regional wineries and gourmet producers.
Relish the High Country's homegrown produce at its freshest, or delivered to your plate by a passionate local chef and accompanied by a regional wine.
From shiraz to sauvignon vert, discover more than 30 different grape varieties at picturesque wineries in the Alpine Valleys wine region.