Two Cities with a World of Charm
Albury Wodonga is at the centre of a heritage-rich and naturally stunning region, with charming townships, regional produce, and outdoor adventures to be found all around.
If amazing views and vistas are your thing, take a trip to Greater Hume Shire. Soak in 360 views of the district from Morgan’s Lookout, a hiding place and vantage point used by notorious bushranger Mad Dan Morgan to evade police. Drive the Great River Road, set between landscape icons, the Murray River and the Snowy Mountains, in Towong Shire. Taking you from Albury Wodonga to Corryong past breathtaking lookouts and impressive sculptures. Pack a picnic and head to The Rock Nature Reserve (Kengal Aboriginal Place) in Lockhart Shire. Hike the trail to the summit for spectacular views of the surrounding bush and farmlands of the Riverina plains.
History & Indulgence
From boutique antiques to seriously good fortified wines and more than a touch of bushranger legend. Discover the charm and history of neighbouring Yackandandah, Rutherglen, Chiltern, and Beechworth. Indulge in Gundowring ice cream, Boosey Creek cheeses and a glass of Rutherglen Red.
Adventures in the High Country
Mt Buffalo, Mt Beauty and Bright are well known for access to snow. They also provide year-round adventure, offering mountain biking, rock climbing, kayaking and more. Or just head straight to the snowfields of Mt Hotham and Falls Creek. For a peaceful alternative, simply escape into one of the many bush parks in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range and Victorian Alps.