The Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre is a part of the Rural City of Wangaratta and encompasses the close surrounding townships of Oxley and Milawa, Moyhu, Cheshunt and Whitfield (King Valley), Glenrowan (Ned Kelly Country), Eldorado, Boorhaman, Tarrawingee, Everton and Springhurst.
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Wangaratta itself provides the ideal base to tour the region with a broad selection of accommodation including motels/hotels, bed and breakfasts, caravan parks, self-contained properties and rural cottages.
The variety of restaurants, unique hotels, cafes and bakeries offer an endless array of fine food, superb wine, and an atmosphere to suit any mood.
The surrounding area is a labyrinth of activities such as performing arts, cultural and musical festivals, historic towns, goldmining and bushranger history, waterways and natural attractions and rich wine and food regions.
Wangaratta is located just two and a half hours north of Melbourne along the Hume Freeway and also has daily rail services between Melbourne and Sydney stopping at the Wangaratta station.
The popular Great Alpine Road, winding through Bright and Mount Hotham and over to the Gippsland coast, starts from the township of Wangaratta making it an ideal place to stay the night and rest up before your journey over the mountains.
The Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre is a level one accredited centre, open seven days a week. Staff can help with you with all your enquiries and assist you with planning your holiday to the Rural City of Wangaratta and surrounding regions.
Located in the historic former library building the Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre is a state of the art facility. The centre includes interactive, interpretive and multi media displays that give visitors a taste of what they can experience while in the region. Free town walking tour every Saturday 10:00 to 11:00am.
For more information call the Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre today.