Food & wine
Food trailsBeechworth Bounty
Perfect for pedalling or perambulation, this trail takes in beer cheer, fine wine, twee tea and buzzy bees in a gorgeous High Country town.
BreweriesBridge Road Brewers
Established in 2005 in the iconic Australian town of Beechworth comes this equally iconic brewery. Born (in the family shed) from a passion for beer, Bridge...
Relax at this rustic cellar door and enjoy 'the ultimate taste experience', pinot master classes, live music on weekends, art exhibitions and more.
RestaurantsProvenance Restaurant and Accommodation
They say you can't eat awards, but every bite of the east-meets-west cuisine at the increasingly acclaimed Beechworth restaurant is a prize in itself.
WineriesEldorado Road Cellar Door Cantina
Eldorado Road Cellar Door Cantina is a hidden oasis right on the main street of Beechworth. Situated at 44 Ford Street, find a seat in the cool shade...
Local produceBeechworth Honey Garden
Pop by The Beechworth Honey Garden and explore the fascinating link between bees, pollination and food security. This peaceful sanctuary is the perfect...
Beechworth Provender is an eclectic cafe offering a selection of fine local wine and produce right in the heart of Beechworth.There is a an extensive range...
Founded in 1865, Billson's is one of Australia's oldest breweries, quietly tucked in one of Beechworth leafy side streets. The landmark red brick facade...
Things to do
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Outdoor activitiesCycle the High Country
Take up the challenge to cycle up the High Country's highest peaks or simply enjoy meandering rides between regional wineries and gourmet producers.
High CountryFood and wine
Head to the High Country where the wine flows at rustic family wineries and innovative meals made from fresh produce are the everyday.
Things to doShopping
Discover an eclectic mix of shops and galleries selling everything from antiques and collectibles to local handicrafts, jewellery and chocolates.
Things to doHistory and heritage
Discover the rich history of Aboriginal migration, gold, bushrangers, and the romance of the cattlemen who worked and lived in the high country.