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Is the High Country better in winter, when the mountains are snow-capped? Or in the warmer months, when mountain bikers hurtle down the slopes and wildflowers bloom?
Relax on the terrace amidst the stunning scenery of the Ovens River and choose from six mountain-crafted beers along with seasonal varieties.
Discover ten top things to do on a trip to the High Country, from hiking trails to hot air ballooning, lakeside relaxing, wine swilling and beer tasting.
Taste your way through the La ZONA portfolio of Italian varietals at this beautiful property. Extend your visit and stay at the Chrismont guesthouse.
Travel through the subterranean passage for limited releases from this third generation winemaker and enjoy seasonal local produce on the expansive terrace.
Drive one of Australia's great touring routes, The Great Alpine Road, and explore Victoria's north-east down to the jaw-dropping Gippsland Lakes.
Experience true Pizzini style in a warm family atmosphere while tasting top regional Italian varietals. Stay on at the Pizzini Vineyard guesthouse.
Ride through some of Victoria's most spectacular landscapes, then roll into town and reward yourself with a gourmet lunch made from local produce.
Go round the outside for walking, rock climbing, cycling, camping and snow play with magnificent views at one of Australia's oldest national parks.
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Discover the finest examples of Australian prosecco and home-style hospitality in the High Country.
Stock up on the High Country's finest produce including fresh fruit, jams, preserves and sauces.
Hike to the top of Victoria's highest peaks for breathtaking views of stunning alpine landscapes.
Discover the natural beauty of the High Country, from river valleys to majestic snowy peaks.
Ride to the top of the High Country's highest peaks or just cycle between wineries and farms.
Come for King Valley icons and discover new wines at family-run wineries across the High Country.
Travel down King Valley's Prosecco Road at your own pace and discover
the finest examples of Australian prosecco and home-style hospitality on offer.
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.
Ready your pack and set off to the top of Victoria's highest peaks for challenging terrain and breathtaking views over stunning alpine landscapes.
From river valleys to majestic snow dusted mountain peaks, the natural beauty of the stunning High Country region knows no bounds.
Take up the challenge to cycle up the High Country's highest peaks or simply enjoy meandering rides between regional wineries and gourmet producers.
Come for King Valley icons and discover new favourite wines at family-run wineries in the High Country's eight wine regions.
Wander Victoria for breathtaking views, literally.
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Known as the 'powder capital' of Australia, Hotham is the highest Victorian ski resort and is renowned for its double black diamond terrain.
Experience Beechworth's burgeoning food and wine scene, and take the time to discover the town's rich gold rush history and Ned Kelly connections.
Winter or summer, it's always the right time to visit stunning Falls Creek. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding and all-season adventure on the slopes.
Get on your high horse in Mansfield, home of Victoria's traditional cattlemen, before dismounting for local Rieslings and sparkling wines.
Nestle in among the snowgums and the high plains in Dinner Plain alpine village and feel a million miles away from the hectic pace of city life.
Discover the taste of history with a fresh palate in Rutherglen, a historic wine growing area invigorated by a crop of young winemakers.
Experience real alpine village life in Mount Beauty, which lives up to its name from its prime location at the foot of Victoria's highest mountain.
See Bright in its autumnal splendour, and make the most of nearby snowfields, national parks and exceptional home-grown food and wine.
Grab your winter gear and make your way up to the sub alpine climes of Mount Buffalo for a dose of snow play, tobogganing and cross-country skiing.
The King Valley Balloon Festival will see a mass of hot air balloons floating over this beautiful region on the Queen's Birthday weekend. Taking off...
To celebrate World Moscato Day, Brown Brothers is hosting a Moscato inspired afternoon tea on Saturday 26 May 2018. Come along to the historic barn...
Taking place in the rolling green hills of Alexandra, the Murrindindi Beanie Festival is on again on 28 and 29 July. The festival is an easy scenic...
Sangiovese é Salsicce Weekend includes both a long lunch on Saturday plus the option to enjoy an antipasto platter or lunch with a glass of wine in...
The Mansfield Lantern Festival is a family friendly community festival held on the Saturday closest to the longest night of the year – the Winter...
Celebrate the start of the ski season in Dinner Plain this Queen's Birthday long weekend. From tube slides to live music and start-of-season bargains...
Celebrate the official opening of the snow season at Falls Creek on Queen’s Birthday weekend. On the traditional kick-off weekend head through the...
The Corsini family is ready to welcome you to their Tuscan-style cellar door at La Cantina this long weekend. The range of wines is made...
The King Valley Art Show is a popular event known for its high quality, affordable art. With over 400 artworks in a range of styles, you are sure to...
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In addition to sweeping vistas and outdoor adventures, the Victorian town provides plentiful opportunities for comfort food and drink by the fireplace. More
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