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High Country



Raise a glass to outstanding regional food and wine, a history steeped in alpine exploration, a medley of music festivals and manifold adventures in the great outdoors year-round in Victoria's High Country.

La dolce vita

Toast the good life when top local restaurants and wineries present the ultimate marriage of regional eating and drinking at events like the Beechworth Harvest Celebration in May or the Rutherglen Winery Walkabout over the June Queen's Birthday weekend.

Join the King Valley's winemaking families for the June Weekend Fit for a King, or mark the arrival of spring at La Dolce Vita in November.

Country and harmony

Celebrate the region's country character alongside locals at annual extravaganzas like the Mansfield High Country Festival, the Man from Snowy River Bush Festival and Bright's Autumn Festival, which showcases the town's glorious seasonal colours.

Music lovers will not want to miss the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues in November, when the town is taken over by jazz fans and artists from around Australia and across the world. If rock and punk is more your bag, hit Mount Hotham in January in time for the Cool Summer Festival.

Outdoor action

Take on the challenge of the International Kangaroo Hoppet XC Ski Race at Falls Creek in August and head to Bright in January to see top cyclists tackle tough climbs in the Audax Alpine Classic.

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Mother's Day Classic Wangaratta

The Mother's Day classic is a nation-wide community based event that raises funds for breast cancer research. No matter how large or small the venue,...

13 May 2018

Vintage fairs

Yarck Queen's Birthday Weekend Trash and Treasure Market

This annual Trash and Treasure Market pops up on Queen's Birthday Weekend and turns the Yarck Hall into Aladdin's Cave for a day. It is an excuse for...

9 Jun 2018


Yackandandah Old Time Dance

An old time dance is held at the heritage listed Yackandandah Public Hall, on the second Saturday of the month. Practice and lessons are held every...

12 May 2018
9 Jun 2018


Colin Parry Art Exhibition

Colin Parry emigrated from the UK in 1988 and has lived with his wife and family in Albury since 1992. Colin's favourite subject matter is the mood...

Until 30 Apr 2018


Storytime at Benalla Library

Head to the Benalla Library and join in all the fun of story time. From stories to craft and a few rhymes in between. Storytime is held every Friday...

27 Apr 2018
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18 May 2018


ANZAC Day service at Merrijig

A moving ceremony is expected on ANZAC Day, Wednesday, April 25, as many gather at the Merrijig War and Service Memorial to remember those who...

25 Apr 2018


Bright Autumn Festival

The Bright Autumn Festival is a ten day celebration of the wonderful autumn colours and autumn produce of the valleys of Victoria's Alpine High...

27 Apr - 6 May 2018


The Hassall Collection : A Selection of Contemporary Indigenous Art

An exhibition of Contemporary Indigenous works from the private collection of Geoffrey Hassall. Geoffrey has been collecting art for 42 years and...

Until 27 May 2018


Beechworth Village Bonfire

Join Beechworth locals to celebrate harvest’s end on the shores of Lake Sambell. This spirited community gathering will kick off with an hour of...

5 May 2018

Lectures & talks

Prue Acton - From Fashion to Fine Art

Join Prue Acton as she reflects on her time as a fashion designer and current role as a full time fine artist. She will speak about her creative life...

12 May 2018

Lectures & talks

2018 Kerferd Oration

This year’s Kerferd Oration is to be delivered by Northern Territory Senator Malarndirri McCarthy. Senator McCarthy is a Yanyuwa woman from the Gulf...

29 Jul 2018


Mothers's Day Bee Cause High Tea

Treat your mum for Mother’s Day. Let’s toast your queen bee with a glass of local prosecco, honey mead or sparkling honey drink. Receive your own...

13 May 2018

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