Alpine Valleys Wine Region

On this tour of the Alpine Valleys you can tailor your visit to include 4 or 5 of the regions finest wineries and cellar doors. Pick up from your accommodation in the morning is around 10.00am and drop off around 5.00 – 5.30pm. Your full day winery tour experience includes: • Touring is in the…

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Myrtleford Cycle Centre – Bicycle Hire

Select from a fleet of hire bicycles at the Myrtleford Cycle Centre, perfect for exploring Myrtleford and the Rail Trail. These bikes are set up for comfortable riding and a friendly team member will help fit you to the best size. Bring your own helmet or use one of the complimentary lids, available in a…

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Rolling Gnocchi Bicycle Tour

Learn the secrets of Italian pasta making and sample delicious local fare on this 10 kilometre cycle tour of Myrtleford. You will prepare gnocchi in a dedicated kitchen at Delizie Café Deli, then work up an appetite visiting local Pedal to Produce providers, collecting more delicious food and wine for your feast. Most cycling is…

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The Hurt Locker

For the serious athlete, this ultra-tough adventure course has been inspired by the gruelling SAS Selection and is designed to test your mettle. The Hurt Locker has been specially designed to reflect the conditions faced by SAS candidates. Whilst under the watchful eye of former Special Forces operators, you can expect to be cold, wet,…

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Myrtleford Visitor Information Centre

The Myrtleford Visitor Information Centre is located in the Post Office Complex, Myrtleford. It is easily accessible along the Great Alpine Road in the heart of North East Victoria and just three hours north-east of Melbourne. Beautiful scenery, tranquillity, rivers and mountain views will enchant visitors to Myrtleford. Mount Buffalo creates a dramatic background for…

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Myrtleford to Porepunkah 24km

This gobsmackingly beautiful leg of the Rail Trail meanders alongside the Ovens River past vineyards, hops producers, orchards and groves. Hop from cellar door to farm gate to providore, before reaching your destination in Porepunkah where you can rest and relax by the Ovens River. If you’re up for an extra 6 kilometres (what’s another…

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