Visit us this Autumn
Visit the Goulburn River Valley this autumn and you can holiday in the Heart of Victoria!
Meet our Tourism Champions to see why they love to live and work in the Goulburn River Valley region!
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Goulburn River Valley is home to some of Australia’s oldest vines including centuries-old Shiraz and Marsanne varieties brought from France’s Rhone Valley and planted in 1860. The area’s cool climate produces some sensational wines – some completely organic – and boasts many talented winemakers passionate about their craft.More
One of the great pleasures of spending time in the Goulburn River Valley region is to indulge in some leisurely shopping. From bulk goods to fresh local produce, yummy treats to great gifts and knick knacks, from books to wine to fashion. The pace is unhurried and the service is friendly.More
With its ancient forests and fertile soils the Goulburn River Valley Region was shaped in large part by the early timber-getters and pioneering farmers whose legacy is still evident today. this is the area that shaped Ned Kelly and his gang. it was a place Australian Lighthorsemen trained before heading to Anzac Cove and later, to the jungles of Vietnam.More
Whatever the season, the Goulburn River Valley region is a perfect destination for families. It’s a great place to introduce the kids to the great outdoors, teach them how to row a boat, catch a fish, ride a horse, spot a platypus, build a snowman or just enjoy the thrill of hurtling down a waterslide or a snow covered hill on a toboggan. This is a place tailor made for memorable family holidays.More
Just an hour by road or train from Melbourne’s CBD, one of Victoria’s great outdoor adventures is ready to be discovered. The Great Victorian Rail Trail, at 134km, is the State’s longest purpose built off-road path offering cyclists, hikers and horse-riders a safe and accessible way to enjoy some of the prettiest countryside in Australia.More
Goulburn River Valley is home to arguably the world's best local produce from stone fruit, olives and grapes to cheese, trout and caviar, the climate and topography of the region is perfect for producing amazing-quality food. From farm to fork, plan your culinary journey through our backyard.More