Spend the day visiting the many wineries dotted throughout the valley.
Kick things off at Dal Zotto Wines, pioneers of Australian prosecco. Hire an e-bike with the optional inclusion of a picnic hamper packed with local delights such as salami, olives and preserves, and take a scenic cycle to the banks of the pristine King River.
If you've opted for the picnic hamper, enjoy lunch beside the river. Alternatively, cycle back to the cellar door for an Italian-inspired lunch at Dal Zotto's Trattoria, followed by a wine tasting of Italian varietals.
Head onto to Power's Lookout, to take in expansive views of the King Valley and learn about Harry Power, the notorious local bushranger who used this spot as his hiding place.
Circle back towards Cheshunt, for a sumptuous dinner at Chrismont, a stunning cellar door and restaurant at Chrismont in Cheshunt, perched high on the hill with sweeping views of the surrounding ranges. You’ll find the flavours of Sicily are on the menu, paired with Chrismont's excellent range of wines.