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Overview

Nagambie

Travel just over an hour from Melbourne and find yourself surrounded by leading wineries, fertile plains and sparkling waterways.

Take a wander through town and check out the statue of Black Caviar, the legendary racehorse who was born in Nagambie and remained undefeated throughout her racing career.

Food and wine and more

Sample fine wines and gourmet produce, including locally-grown olive oil, at renowned wineries. Enjoy the sweeping views from the distinctive observation tower at Mitchelton Wines, and make a day of it at Tahbilk Winery and Vineyard with wine tastings and a leisurely cruise or stroll along the boardwalks at the Tahbilk Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve. Finish up with refreshments at the Tahbilk Wetlands Café.

Grab your oars

Hit the waters of the majestic Goulburn River and be surrounded by the abundant bird life, native plants and local wildlife. The river is one of Victoria's largest inland river systems, and it passes through Lake Nagambie and on to the historic Goulburn Weir.

Enjoy sailing and water skiing on Lake Nagambie, which is also host to Australia's national standard rowing and canoeing titles during summer.

Different perspectives

Sky dive, glide or hot air balloon for a different perspective of the area, and take in the spectacular views of the magnificent Strathbogie Ranges and surrounding plains.

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Nagambie

History & heritage

Black Caviar Statue

On 24 October 2013, history was created when Nagambie became home to the life size bronze statue of the world famous mare Black Caviar. The champion...

Goulburn Valley wine region

Goulburn Valley wine region

Take a trip to the sprawling Goulburn Valley wine region, an area stretching from Seymour in central Victoria right up to Echuca on the Murray River.

Wineries

Tar & Roses Wines

The Tar & Roses range of wines consists of European varietals and grew out of the desire to make iconic European wines at home in Central Victoria....

Lakes & waterways

Lake Nagambie

Take in expansive views across the water at Jacobsons Lookout, enjoy a picnic on the grassy banks, or stroll across the historic Goulburn Weir.

Wineries

Baptista - David Traeger

Baptista Wines is a small family owned wine producer, with limited production of hand made wines grown and made by David Traeger, who has been making...

Wineries

Mitchelton Winery

Sample elegant estate-grown wines at the cellar door, enjoy seasonal cuisine at the restaurant, and check out the sweeping views from Ashton Tower.

Scenic Lookouts

Mt Wombat lookout

Mt Wombat lookout offers excellent 360 degree views of the area from the plateau on top of Mt Wombat (799 metres). The Waranga Basin and Goulburn...

Lakes & waterways

Goulburn River

Take time to explore Victoria's longest river, which flows through rugged Alpine country, ancient river red gum forests and rich agricultural land.

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What's on

Nagambie

Produce markets

Nagambie Lakes Community Market

The Nagambie Lakes Community Market is located on the grassy south-eastern bank of beautiful Lake Nagambie starting at Jacobson's Outlook parallel...

Festivals

Nagambie Lakes Opera Festival

After the outstanding success of the inaugural Nagambie Lakes Opera Festival in 2015, Gertrude Opera’s second opera festival is a feast for the...

Sports

2016 Tahbilk Bridge to the Vines - Head of the Goulburn

The eleventh annual 7. 2 kilometre Head of the Goulburn will be hosted by Nagambie Rowing Club on Saturday, 22 October, 2016. Known as the only...

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