Activities

Albury – the twin towns of Albury–Wodonga are 7 kilometres apart on opposite sides of the Murray River, which is also the New South Wales–Victoria border. Originally inhabited by Aboriginal people, the Albury area was more…

Attree Park Centre – is adjacent to the Corryong Visitor Information Centre and features a modern and colourful Adventure Playground which will keep children of all ages entertained and active. The park also hosts a large undercover area with tables and chairs and a large BBQ more…

Avondale Gardens – situated on the old ‘Avondale’ homestead site, this garden was established by Peg Bird when she was resident at the homestead during the 1940s.While little remains of the homestead itself, apart from some remnant walls, Peg’s magnificent botanical garden containing exotic trees, shrubs, rock walls more…

A Little Thyme – has a great range of stock with something for all the family including designer toys for the children, handmade leather shoes for toddlers, a range of probiotic cleaners , cushions, throws, towels, kitchenware, gorgeous more…

Banimboola Creek  – this small peaceful rest area is located beside Banimboola Creek and offers plenty of space to park your vehicle more…

Beechworth is one of Australia’s best preserved gold-rush era towns. Its fascinating history, beautiful streetscape, quality shops and boutiques coupled with hatted restaurants, wineries, brewery more…

Bellbridge – overlooking Lake Hume is the picturesque town of Bellbridge, offering views of nearby Bethanga Bridge.  Bellbridge is a small town with a population of just over 350 people. Although small, because of its ideal location more…

Benalla – is home to Australia’s largest gliding club, attracting pilots from around the globe to experience the area’s world renowned flying conditions. For lovers of art, make your way to a regional gallery more…

Bethanga – located approximately 28km from Wodonga and with a population of nearly 600 people, Bethanga is a small historic town offering beautiful landscapes and country hospitality.  Bethanga was established in 1852 during the gold rush days more…

Bright – is the ultimate holiday destination for families. Situated on the beautiful Ovens River, there is a Splash Park for the kids, the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail for leisurely cycling, loads of fabulous cafes and restaurants and spectacular more…

Bright Splash Park – is a great draw card for families to Bright and surrounds over the warmer months. With design centered on the region’s mining heritage and natural environment, there are four splash pads, each designed to suit different age groups from toddlers through to teenagers. The surface of the splash pads more…

Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park – declared a national park in 1978, this remote but scenic area close to the New South Wales border is named for its two peaks, Pine Mountain and Mount Burrowa. Pine Mountain, a red granite monolith rising 1062 metres in the park’s north-east, protects a number of rare plant species such as the Pine Mountain grevillea and the phantom wattle. In the western section more…

Chiltern – wander through the charming streets of Chiltern and you will be whisked back in time, to the booming period of the gold rush era. This fascinating, small town is distinguished by carefully preserved streetscapes from the mid-19th Century and honours the solid value of its mining heritage more…

Chiltern–Mount Pilot National Park – this is old goldmining country, and eroded gullies, scattered relics and old mine shafts recall the heady days of the 1850s. The park protects impressive stands of box and ironbark, remnants of eucalypt forests that once covered vast tracts of Victoria’s north-east. Wildflowers bloom profusely in spring, with wattle, delicate native orchids and vivid bush peas. Over 200 bird species more…

Clarke’s Lagoon Wildlife Reserve – runs along a section of the Murray River and provides a number of areas which have been developed to help visitors enjoy river based activities and leisurely camping. This wildlife reserve offers shady sites more…

Corryong – is the largest township in the Upper Murray. Located on the Murray Valley Highway, Corryong is nestled at the foot of the surrounding mountain ranges and offers an incredibly beautiful and peaceful setting. Corryong has a population more…

Colac Colac – pronounced ‘clack clack’ by the locals, is located along the Murray Valley Highway and is only a short 8 kilometres drive from Corryong. The locality of Colac Colac features a popular caravan park which is located on the banks of more…

Cudgewa is a peaceful little town located approximately 14 kilometres west of Corryong and is home to approximately 310 residents. The Cudgewa Creek flows through a wide valley, which means the fertile land in this area is an ideal place more…

Cudgewa Bluff Falls – are located 18kilometres from both Cudgewa and Tintaldra, in the Burrowa Pine Mountain National Park. This spectacular set of waterfalls provides visitors with an opportunity to see water cascade off the park plateau, over the Cudgewa Bluff and into a tranquil grotto more…

Dartmouth – located just over an hour from Wodonga at the headwaters of the Mitta Mitta River, Lake Dartmouth is Victoria’s largest water storage and boasts the largest earth-walled dam in the southern hemisphere.  Gold was discovered more…

Dartmouth Dam Display Park – located opposite the Alpine Caravan Park, there are many things to see here including a weather monitoring station, old water wheel, creek crusher battery, a roller and more.  Public toilets are available including disabled access. There is a playground more…

Eskdale – nestled in the Mitta Valley, with great views of Mount Bogong, is the township of Eskdale.  With a population of nearly 480 people, Eskdale was established in 1860 after miners flocked to the Mitta Valley area in search of gold. Today, the town is a favourite destination for lovers of the outdoors more…

Galleon Park – is located on the west side of Corryong just before you reach the centre of town. It features a large wooden galleon (sailing ship) for the kids to play on, along with swings, slides more…

Granya – a small town located 40km east of Wodonga just off the Murray River Road. The town has a small population of approximately 150 people and was established in 1860 during the gold rush days.  Although the town is small, the area is extremely picturesque more…

Harrietville – is a popular destination immerse yourself in the peace and tranquility. At the heart of Victoria’s alpine region, Harrietville is ideal for young families who are starting to venture out into the world of the great outdoors more…

High Country Rail Trail -stretching 44 kilometres from Wodonga to Old Tallangatta, the trail hugs the shoreline of the majestic Lake Hume. Ride back in time to the 1950s when the town of Tallangatta was relocated, and the old town flooded by Lake Hume.  Cross the sparkling lake over the bright red 600 metre Sandy Creek Bridge to visit more…

Indi Bridge Reserve – is one of the Murray River reserves. Indi Bridge Reserve is a beautiful small reserve, allowing great access to the river for fishing, birdwatching, swimming, camping or for a picnic. Easily accessed off the Upper Murray Road, the reserve has ample shade more…

Koetong – is a beautiful area situated on the Murray Valley Highway approximately half way between Tallangatta and Corryong.  Surrounded by cows grazing on rolling hills and lush pine plantations, the Koetong Pub is the perfect place to stop more…

Kurrajong Gap Lookout – a short drive from Albury/Wodonga and is located between Bellbridge and Bethanga along the Kurrajong Gap Road.  The Kurrajong Gap Road quickly climbs from Lake Hume reaching the scenic lookout at the gap. It is here that you can take in some incredible views of Lake Hume, the Lake Hume Dam Wall and the cities of Albury and Wodonga more…

Lake Hume – a popular tourist destination with things to see and do all year round including boating, fishing, camping, sightseeing and many more recreational activities.   Fishing is a very popular recreational activity at Lake Hume. Golden perch, Murray cod, rainbow trout, brown trout, redfin more…

The Man From Snowy River Museum – is a volunteer run community museum located in the beautiful Upper Murray region of North East Victoria.  The extensive collection includes a number of nationally significant and locally significant items.  Highlights include the Jim Simpson POW knitted rug, a comprehensive collection of early skiing memorabilia and Jack Riley more…

Milawa – is the gateway to the King Valley and is located 15km from Wangaratta. In Milawa you will find artisan producers of bread, mustard, cheese, honey and the famous Brown Brothers Winery more…

Mitchell River National Park – stunning river scenery, thickets of temperate rainforest, idyllic fern gullies and tracts of rugged countryside are the background to a wide range of leisure pursuits in Gippsland’s Mitchell River National Park. The Mitchell, a heritage-listed river, is flanked by tall cliffs and gorges, with placid pools and rapids as the river flows south to the Gippsland Lakes. It is one of the best ways more…

Mitta Mitta – located along the Omeo Highway is the quaint town of Mitta Mitta. Established in 1852 during the gold rush, today the town is home to almost 40 people. Although small more…

Mount Beauty – offers something for the extreme and for those that prefer the serene.  The valley is a mountain bike hub, with rides for all abilities.  It also offers some very unique road rides with challenging climbs to test any enthusiast.  Take a stroll along the river or hike Victoria’s highest mountain, Mount Bogong.  Or just relax and more…

Mount Granya State Park – is a dominant feature in the Upper Murray landscape. Its steep, forested slopes rise dramatically above Lake Hume and surrounding valleys to form prominent ridges and plateaus. The park has diverse vegetation and spectacular wildflowers.  Picnic at the Mount Granya Summit (950 metres) and enjoy views of the surrounding valleys and distant mountains. The distinctive call of the Lyrebird is often heard more…

Nariel Valley – is located south of Colac Colac on the Benambra-Corryong Road and features rolling hills, running creeks and beautiful farmland. The valley is home to high quality farming enterprises, including beef cattle and dairy farms.  The valley is best known for the ‘Nariel Valley Folk Festival’ more…

Pigs Point Streamside Reserve – a peaceful place to stop to break up your drive along the Omeo Highway. Perhaps you could stop for a quick picnic or if you are keen on staying a little longer you could set up camp more…

The Potted Cumquat – best described as a gift store with a few plants, plus an ever changing array of giftware and homewares with a huge selection of home fragrances. Located 45 kilometres or a 30 minute drive from Albury-Wodonga, a very picturesque drive around the shores of Lake Hume to Tallangatta.  Brand favourites to the store include Glasshouse Fragrances, Myrtle & Moss more…

Rafting Australia – Linton and Tracey Smith love the river, love what they do and love to share their passion for rafting rivers. This enthusiasm creates the unique experience that is rafting with Rafting Australia. You will find Linton, his wonderful sense of humour and river knowledge on each and every trip more…

Rutherglen – is one of Victoria’s ultimate wine and food destinations, boasting over 20 award-winning wineries, outstanding restaurants and cafes, and world-class local produce. Also home to some of the most picturesque more…

Shelley – home of history rich gardens, a forest camp and old Railway Station.  When driving along the Murray Valley Highway, there will be no escaping the fact that this is a popular place more…

Tallangatta – conveniently located on the edge of Lake Hume and only a short drive from Albury/Wodonga.  Tallangatta was originally founded in the 1870s and served as a rail gateway for the Mitta Valley and Upper Murray Valley. Gold and tin mining more…

Tintaldra – settled in 1837 and is said to be the first pioneer settlement in the Upper Murray. Tintaldra is located halfway between Corryong and Walwa on the Murray River Road. Steeped in history and true country hospitality more…

Towong – is home to the Towong Turf Club which has been hosting thoroughbred horse racing since 1871. The historic Towong racecourse features a gracious historic grandstand which more…

Walwa – is a popular place for those who enjoy a variety of water sports including kayaking, swimming and fishing and those who are looking for a quiet, relaxing getaway.European settlers appreciated the area’s beauty more…

Wodonga – and its twin town, Albury (in New South Wales), sit astride the Murray River. There are many attractions around the Murray and nearby more…

Yackandandah – with its avenues of English trees and traditional buildings, is so rich with history that the entire town more…

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