Art on the Great Victorian Rail Trail

Eight artists have created seven major art installations and 20 scar trees spread along the Great Victorian Rail Trail, taking inspiration from the themes of connection to country, the local environment and the history of the trail. Explore a journey of artistic discovery through beautiful Taungurung Country on the 134km trail that follows the historic…

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Aberfeldy Track Back Roads Tour

Especially suited to 4WDs, take a trip along the gold belt from Jamieson to Walhalla via Woods Point and Aberfeldy and discover the history and heritage of the mountain miners who brought these mountains and valleys to life. This self-drive tour takes you from Jamieson along the Mansfield- Woods Point Rd, over the Great Dividing…

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Mansfield Botanic Park Adventure Playground

Catering for a wide range of ages, the Adventure Playground at the Mansfield Botanic Park is the perfect spot to relax and spend time with friends and family. The big kids will love the ropes course and the racing flying foxes whilst the younger aged kids will love exploring cubbies and sand pit area with…

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Wild Mint Acres Nursery

Wild Mint Acres is a home-based business on a beautiful property in Maindample, only 10 minutes from Mansfield township. It offers non-native and native plants and shrubs, a farmland vista, and a place to visit for locals and holidaymakers. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. They have a cosy space to relax and take in the…

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Trawool Valley

Trawool, originally named ‘Traawool’, the indigenous word for ‘wild water’, is a district dominated by agriculture, dairy and unforgettable scenery. The area was first explored by Hume and Hovell in 1824, and later settled as a large sheep station. The district is bounded in the East by the Bald Hills and to the West by…

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Horseshoe Lagoon Flora and Fauna Reserve

Horseshoe Lagoon is nestled in the bend of the Goulburn River between Kerrisdale and Trawool. The stunning surroundings and peaceful atmosphere make it the perfect place to enjoy outdoor activities such as camping and fishing. Walk in camping is allowed, no bookings or fees are required. Access to the camping area is approximately eight kilometers…

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Murrindindi Cascades

The Murrindindi Cascades is located at the south end of Murrindindi Scenic Reserve and a walking track allows you to walk down beside the Cascades, and experience it from numerous spots. This is a great location for photography, so don’t forget your camera. The walk is 45 minutes return. This track follows the first 600…

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Lucky Mine Lookout

Lucky Mine Lookout, named after one of the most successful early gold mines, which was located just below the top of the hill, overlooks the township of Alexandra and the valley it lies in. Located off Webster Street and up a gravel road within the Alexandra Bushland Reserve, this amazing lookout helps you to appreciate…

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High Country Holiday Park

The High Country Holiday Park is centrally located, offering a solar heated seasonal salt water swimming pool, two tennis courts and a games room with a large flat screen television. The park has lovely shaded caravan and camping sites, some with concrete slabs. Each of the 25 cabins, suites and cottages offers a flat screen…

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Alexandra Visitor Information Centre

Alexandra is a neat country town located in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, 130 kilometres north east of Melbourne. Lake Eildon National Park, the snow fields of Mt Buller and Lake Mountain, and the Upper Goulburn River are all only a short drive from Alexandra. Alexandra is home to a small number of…

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