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From waterways to wineries, cycling to ballooning, the High Country is ready to welcome visitors this summer – whether looking to indulge in local produce or get active in nature’s gym. Here are the top 10 reasons to visit.
There is more than one way to peel a grape and gain an appreciation for Victoria’s diverse wine producers.
Sunday, 17 April marks Lake House Daylesford’s Regional Producers Day, an annual celebration of the region’s best producers, bakers, farmers, makers, brewers, cooks, butchers, chefs and distillers. Visitors can start […]
Wander Victoria showcases the scenic beauty and diverse natural landscapes to be found throughout Victoria’s regions. Find out more about the featured locations.
Melbourne’s top chefs (and Heston Blumenthal) share what makes Victoria a ‘go to’ food and wine destination. You can republish the text of this article online or in print for […]
Victoria is home to some of the best fresh food producers in the country. Food lovers are spoilt for choice with so many farm gates dotted across the state.
Discover the culinary trails and food and wine secrets of Bendigo and surrounds with the new Bendigo Region Food and Wine Fossicking app.
From June to August the mesmerizing aroma of the earthy truffle pervades the air of Melbourne, as the foodie destination partakes in its first ever truffle festival – Truffle Melbourne.
The Mornington Peninsula’s Horseback Winery Tours has launched a state of the art tourism facility at its Red Hill headquarters.
Autumn is the perfect time for foodies to flock to the regions and get a taste of the fantastic wines and premium produce they have to offer.
A number of gourmet food guides have recently launched around Victoria, providing visitors with a wealth of options to forage the State’s tastiest culinary destinations.
Journey to Victoria’s alpine region for events and adventure activities aplenty
New Café Bus Winery Tours takes visitors to premier wine regions, Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula.
Fruity-fun in Victoria
Encounter creative and quirky endeavours at the Mornington Peninsula with its new regional tours, Scarecrow Festival, wine education sessions and the stunning Australian Garden.
Set amidst the picturesque slopes of Victoria’s High Country is the village of Bright, a scenic four hour drive out of the CBD.