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The Myrtleford Visitor Information Centre is located in the Post Office Complex, Myrtleford. It is easily accessible along the Great Alpine Road in the heart of North East Victoria (Alpine Shire) between Wangaratta and Bright.Myrtleford is just 273 kilometres north-east of Melbourne via the Hume Highway. The centre is licensed to sell wines from the North East and has an extensive selection of local wines and produce. Beautiful scenery, tranquillity, rivers and mountain views will enchant visitors to Myrtleford. Mount Buffalo creates a dramatic background for the town and nearby Lake Buffalo is an amazing place for all summer water sports, fishing or picnicking.The town is a flourishing commercial centre and the hub for the hops, timber and viticulture industries.Myrtleford is a bike friendly town and centrally located on the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail - an old, disused railway line converted into a scenic walking and cycling track.The Myrtleford Visitor Information Centre is open seven days a week from 9am to 5pm. The Alpine Ambassadors and staff can help you with all of your enquiries and assist you with planning your holiday to Victoria's Alpine High Country, within the Alpine Shire and surrounding regions, specialising in maps and trail guides of the Alpine and Mount Buffalo National Parks.The friendly helpful staff and volunteers can assist you with planning your itinerary to ensure that you make the most of your time in region. The Centre also stocks a range of maps, books, souvenirs and gifts, as well as information on the whole of Victoria.For more information call into the Myrtleford Visitor Information Centre today.
Myrtleford is located on the Great Alpine Road only 49 kilometres from Wangaratta. Travelling from Melbourne to Myrtleford is approximately 297kms (3hrs and 15 minutes) by car along the Hume Highway.
Closed Christmas Day.