Good Times Spring 2023

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on the Murray and the Mountains SPRING-2023

Let the good times roll in our regions Circulating to over 30,000 readers in North East Victoria and Southern NSW


FROM THE EDITOR Let’s enjoy the Good Times this spring

the many attractions in this region and, like so many,

As we head into the spring months our wonderful region opens up to a number of different experiences. Apart from the many dining experiences, accommodation options, golf courses, wineries, hiking and biking trails, our region’s key events come alive. Our wonderful museums, art exhibits and tourist stops along the way also guarantee an interesting stay no matter what the age or interest. Hopefully, you can take your time to explore and enjoy

Murray and the Mountains will be published in

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feel the need to return again and again.

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December. Most importantly, enjoy reading this spring edition and start planning your next day trip, weekend break or

Cover photo: Discover our region’s world class wineries and picturesque surrounds. More pages 17-20.

holiday. We look forward to seeing you soon. Let the good times roll in our regions Circulating to over 30,000 readers in North East Victoria and Southern NSW

Jared Loughnan Managing Editor

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Oldest homestead in Country Victoria. Built by Hamilton Hume.


Large ploughman’s platter for two to share and two pots of beer, cider or boutique wine.

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Please note: Event information may be subject to change. Confirm details with event organisers and local tourism association websites. Australia’s Dutch Connections exhibition – Bonegilla


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Bald Archy Prize – Travelling Exhibition - Corowa

Tocumwal Airshow

Rise and Succeed Business Conference – Wodonga

Finley Show and Shine and Swap Meet

Melbourne Stars – Superstars Camp – Wodonga

Deni Ute Muster



Berrigan Show

Royal Australian Navy Band Melbourne – Wodonga

Yarrawonga Mulwala Agricultural Show

Bright Festival of Photography

Wangaratta Seniors Festival




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OCTOBER Beechworth & Yarra Golf Club Oktoberfests


Victorian Salami Festival 2023 – Wangaratta


Nathalia Agricultural Show


7 Harrietville Half Marathon

Corowa Pastoral Agricultural and Horticultural Show

Jindera Museum High Tea



Family Fish Fun Day

Grit and Resilience Festival – Wangaratta

Geoff Achison – Nathalia

Wangaratta Show

Cobram Rocks






8 High Country Women’s Cycling Girls Gravel and Gourmet Weekend – Rutherglen


MARKET GUIDE Yarrawonga Farmers’ Market Experience and purchase fresh produce whilst meeting the local producers from NE Victoria and Southern Riverina. Located on the Yarrawonga Foreshore overlooking Lake Mulwala, every 4th Sunday of the month, 8.00am to 12.30pm. Yarrawonga Foreshore w whats-on/yarrawonga-farmers-market 4 • GOOD TIMES SPRING 2023

Community Market

Over 100 stalls offering a variety of products to suit every family member. Held at the Yarrawonga Showgrounds on the 3rd Sunday morning of each month, commencing at 8am. Entry is a gold coin donation. Yarrawonga Showgrounds, Gilmore Street, Yarrawonga Stall bookings & information p 0409 351892

Yarrawonga Family History Expo

Urana Vintage Machinery Rally

Numurkah’s Show Us Ya Wheels

Border Relay for Life 2023





Rutherglen Annual Agricultural Show

Berrigan Cup Race Day

Asylumfest – Beechworth



North East Food and Wine Festival – Wodonga



Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues

King Valley Art Show

Bright Alpine Climb – 4 Peaks




Ovens Kia Wangaratta Melbourne Cup Day Races

Lake Mulwala Rod Run – Yarrawonga

King Valley Challenge


11 Chiltern Community Garage Sale

Myrtleford Show

28 Metal in the Mountains Beechworth


Tumbarumba Spring Flower Festival, Buttons and Butterflies.


NOVEMBER Family Fun Carnival – Yarrawonga

Myrtleford Show n Shine Swap Meet




Marcia Hines ‘still shining’ 50th anniversary concert tour – Albury

Drag’d Out Beechworth

Strawberry Fields 2023

La Dolce Vita Festival – King Valley





Massive Murray Paddle

Victorian Senior Grasscourt Tennis Championships

A Celtic Christmas by A Taste of Ireland – Wodonga






Yamaha Cod Classic – Yarrawonga






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Lake Mulwala provides a great location for many kinds of recreation such as swimming, fishing, canoeing, jet skiing and water skiing but it also provides a fantastic backdrop for various types of cruising. Cruising around Lake Mulwala is a cherished past time for many locals who have their own boat (barby boat) but visitors also have many options these days to enjoy the lake and all its beauty.

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Lake cruising at its best

While cruising you may also be able to stop at some of the hospitality venues dotted around the lake such as the Sebel Yarrawonga. For many locals cruising around Lake Mulwala on a warm summer’s evening is part of their every week. But it’s not just for the locals to enjoy, you too can take in the beauty of Lake Mulwala from a different perspective. Hiring a boat or hopping on a larger cruise boat allows you to take in much more of Lake Mulwala’s jaw-dropping beauty, magnificent milliondollar homes, picturesque parks and foreshore spaces, learn about the areas diverse history and experience the incredible birdlife. While cruising you can also stop at some of the hospitality venues dotted around the lake, such as the Mulwala Water Ski Club, ClubMulwala and the Sebel Yarrawonga to name just a few. Below are some ways you can get on the lake this summer.

The grand old lady Come aboard this grand old lady who has become a popular fixture on the Yarrawonga Foreshore that includes tour experiences enhanced by the sounds of paddle wheels splashing and old whistles tooting. The P.S.Cumberoona has been fully restored by the Knowles family and offers two large undercover decks to fit 100 guests offering interior seating on the bottom deck (walker and wheelchair friendly) top deck views with plenty of seating. There is also a viewing balcony to the original

Experience Lake Mulwala and the Mighty Murray with Upper Murray Cruise Boats

Join us for a memorable day or evening on the water aboard either of our vessels. Both available for lunch, afternoon and evening cruises 7 days a week or for private charter for that special occasion. Get in touch with our friendly team today to arrange the perfect lake cruise for all friends and family to enjoy. Departs Yarrawonga foreshore - Bookings essential. Photography by Neil McCarthy • 0477 666 099 10 • GOOD TIMES SPRING 2023 • 0418 508 616

There are lunch and dinner cruise options. For weekly timetables and more information go to www.cumberoona.

The Queen of Lake Mulwala A family owned and operated business the Paradise Queen has been gracing the water of Lake Mulwala for many years. The ‘all weather’ vessel was purposely designed as a cruise boat to service the locals and the tourism trade on Lake Mulwala and upstream of the lake on the Murray River. The Paradise Queen has earned the moniker as an ‘Icon’ of Lake Mulwala pushing off from the banks of the lake around five hundred times a year on her various voyages. steam/boiler circa 1902 engine room operations. Sit back, relax and enjoy refreshments from the boat’s fully licensed bar, which also offers a set menu and cruise package. Listen to the full historic and local landmarks commentary by the captain and owner operator Robbie Knowles. The captain also welcomes visits to the wheelhouse all whilst you are captivated by the sights of Lake Mulwala and the Murray River and enhanced by the sounds of the paddle wheels. The P.S.Cumberoona usually departs 12noon daily (except Mondays) at the boats mooring on the Yarrawonga Foreshore, perfect for residents and visitors to enjoy her once again.

The double story vessel is licenced to carry 75 passengers over both decks with unrestricted views and departs daily from the Yarrawonga Foreshore and The Mulwala Water Ski Club. It features a fully licenced bar and kiosk and you can also enjoy the thrill of complimentary Boomnetting if you are more of a thrill seeker. All cruises include music and commentary as required. There is a BBQ lunch cruise or sightsee cruise option. For weekly timetables and more information go to

Captain your own boat The popularity of Barby (pontoon) Boats has soared in recent years and Lake Mulwala is the perfect place to

captain one yourself.

waste time and book your boat now.

Cruise around Lake Mulwala and enjoy being part of the action with Mal’s Boat Hire. The boats are safe and easy to operate. There is no need for a licence, all you have to do is complete a short induction before you take off on your journey and explore.

For more information go to www.

All boats feature comfortable seating and are shaded. A BBQ and cooler are included along with music and safety equipment. They even come with a fishing license but you need to bring your own rods and gear. The boats are licenced to fit 10-12 people, perfect for a family gathering or that fun catch up with friends. There are also plenty of great picnic spots to park your boat around picturesque Lake Mulwala so don’t

For the more active During the summer the Pro-shop at the Mulwala Water Ski Club runs all sorts of lessons and ski packages for visitors to Lake Mulwala. There are ski and wakeboard lessons, banana and tube rides. All ages are welcome from beginners to advanced and all equipment is provided. Pete and the team at the Pro-shop are located in the perfect location – right on the water, next to a boat ramp and The Mulwala Water Ski Club! For more information go to

No boat? No problems! *Polycraft 4.5m fishing boat hire 2 HOURS $100 HALF DAY(4hrs) $150 - FULL DAY (8hrs) $200 Licenced to carry 5 people

*Pontoon boat hire HALF DAY(4hrs) $300 - FULL DAY (8hrs) $500 Licenced to carry 12 people

*No boat or fishing licence required







By resident golf fanatic Robert “Moose” Muir. Visitors from all over the country and even overseas visit our great region for its renowned golf courses. But for the benefit of those golfing enthusiasts who want more than a basic insight into our great courses we asked our resident journalist and golfing fanatic Robert ‘Moose’ Muir to come up with a few of the more challenging greens at some of our region’s best golf courses.

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Our toughest golf greens By resident golf fanatic Robert “Moose” Muir. Many tough greens exist on Yarrawonga Mulwala and neighbouring golf courses and the Good Times has ascertained from course professionals what they believe are the toughest greens in the region. All these greens mentioned demand plenty of consideration by golfers, otherwise a three-putt – or worse – will be the result.

Corowa Golf Club-4th hole The East Course’s 4th hole, the 114-metre Par 3 has at least a 50-metre long green. Get well onto the green if the pin’s up the back!

Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club CourseLake Course 11th hole The Lake Course’s 11th, Par 4, 346 metre-long hole plays hard and fast even in the middle of winter. Without your authority, the ball can run off the green to the right or take up residence at the back.

Black Bull Golf Course, Silverwoods Yarrawonga-Black Bull’s 3rd hole

Cobram Barooga Golf CourseOld Course 13th hole

Before entering the Bull Ring, Black Bull’s 3rd hole, a 359 metre Par 4, has a tricky green, sloping from front to back with a lot of different undulations.

The Par 4, 13th Old Course is a beauty. The 325 metre-long hole has a smallish green with three tiers in different directions.




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Tocumwal Golf Course-The President’s 18th hole The President’s 18th hole, a Par 3, 152 metres from the blue tees, contains a tricky green of 40 metres long, sloping from back to front, as well as right to left straight towards the deep green side bunker. Any tee shot that is short of the green and to the left will leave the golfer with a difficult shot or putt to a back pin position.

Former Corowa golfer turned professional Marcus Fraser learnt his craft on the many golf courses in the region.

Putting onto the green and skirting the left edge of the bunker and that will pull any ball not aimed high enough off the green and possibly into the bunker.

Great Family Value, Country Pub Atmosphere & Quality Service Offering restaurant and accommodation. 7 DAYS A WEEK. Something for everyone.

We can deliver too! Rutherglen Golf Course-10th hole Whilst the sand scrapes at Rutherglen are all about the same size, if you land on the approximate 280-metre Par 4, 10th hole sandscrape the ball will continue its trip over the back creating a difficult shot back up.

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Award winning resort at your doorstep The Sebel Yarrawonga, nestled in the heart of Silverwoods Golf & Lifestyle Resort, is the ultimate luxury escape along the Murray. With panoramic vistas overlooking Lake Mulwala and the mighty Murray River, The Sebel Yarrawonga offers guests and visitors a relaxing and unique regional getaway with indoor/open-air dining, SOL Wellness Centre, Black Bull 18-hole Championship Golf Course, infinity-edge pool and Sunset Poolside Bar. Choose from a choice of stylish and spacious accommodation from studio garden/lake view rooms through to the ultimate in luxury with our 2 and 3-bedroom apartments. All rooms enjoy stunning views over the gardens or the lake. Foodies will love the on-site restaurant, Stock & Barrel, featuring locally sourced seasonal cuisine where you will discover a contemporary new Spring menu offering casual dining options such as gourmet pizzas and burgers, through to fine dining options such as Barramundi, lamb rump and seafood with black spaghettini. For those wanting a bit of outdoor action, the Sebel Yarrawonga offers guests various amenities including the outdoor infinity-edge pool and bar, fitness centre, tennis courts and Black Bull 18-hole Championship Golf Course – Voted in the Top 100 courses in Australia by Golfers Digest.

Known as the number one golf course on the Murray and a must play. For those seeking a more relaxing getaway, enjoy some pampering at SOL Wellness Centre. SOL is a luxury oasis of well-being, combining health guidance, organic treatments, and clinical therapies. From essential grooming to rejuvenating facials, hydrotherapy to massages, and spa cuisine, all can be savoured in the privacy of your personal spa suite, complete with enclosed gardens. There’s always something happening at The Sebel Yarrawonga, including winemakers dinners,

golfing clinics and tournaments, watersports, car rallies and wine tours to the Rutherglen region. A must on the social calendar is the annual Spring Racing Ladies Day Lunch on Oaks Day, Thursday, November 9. Bookings are essential. And if you are looking for an ideal location and venue for your Christmas party get in quick as bookings will fill up fast. For more information visit: or phone (03) 5745 9100


We invite you on an ultimate getaway to a place you won’t want to leave, for an experience you will never forget. Enjoy Spring at The Sebel Yarrawonga with these great offers!

Indulge in a Spring Rejuvenation treatment at SOL Wellness Centre.

New Spring menu featuring fresh local produce and regional wines.

Book now for Christmas functions, special events and holiday celebrations.

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From the King Valley to Rutherglen, north east Victoria is home to some of the most stunning wine regions in Australia. With over 80 cellar doors and vineyards, the region proudly boasts an abundance and diverse range of exceptional wine. Visitors are further spoilt for choice with delicious local produce.

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King Valley Located at the foothills of the Alpine National Park, the picturesque King Valley wine region is the home of many exceptional Italian wine varietals, including Prosecco, Nebbiolo, Sangiovese and Pinot Grigio, influenced by Italian immigrants living in the area. For the vineyards, perched on the fertile slopes that rise above the King River, are home to great wines and their makers. First, second and third generation Italian migrant families continue a tradition, today treating the Australian palate with their Mediterranean-inspired wines. The famous ‘Prosecco Road’ is a sensational food and wine trail celebrating the best of the rustic Italian dining experience. Visitors can drive or cycle the trail and enjoy intimate tastings with the winemakers and savour the flavours of the fine combination of Australian and Italian cuisine. The area also includes the Milawa Gourmet Region, home of unique delicatessens, providores, restaurants, food stores and markets.

Schmidt’s Strawberry Winery Estab. 1975

Producing internationally award-winning strawberry wines and home of a strawberry liqueur you must taste. Winery located 10km north of Yackandandah, 932 Osbornes Flat Road, Allans Flat.

(02) 6027 1454


Alpine Valleys With the breathtaking Victorian Alps and colourful food culture, the Alpine Valleys region is one of the most visited destinations in Victoria by outdoor adventurers and wine enthusiasts alike. The region includes the four valleys surrounding the Ovens, Buffalo, Buckland and Kiewa rivers with the unique sub-alpine conditions producing premium cool climate wines. The region is renowned for its elegant, velvety red wines and crisp white wines. Nestled in the Alpine Valleys are many charming towns like Bright, Porepunkah and Myrtleford which are home to rail trails and boutique cellar doors.

Beechworth Once a thriving gold mining town, Beechworth has developed into a vibrant wine-growing destination with a rich history. More than a dozen vineyards are scattered through the hills of this relatively new wine making region. Beechworth is renowned for its chardonnay, shiraz and pinot noir. A selection of cellar doors can be found throughout the rolling hills. While some cellar doors are open to the public, many are by appointment only.

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See you at Squires Winery this Spring for fabulous riverside dining, sensational wines, beer on tap and great times. Yarrawonga and Bundalong’s local winery.

Keep up to date with our upcoming events via our social media pages @squireswinery • Open Thursday to Sunday 11am – 5pm • 6900 Murray Valley Highway Esmond • SMS to book: 0402 244 959 • GOOD TIMES SPRING 2023 • 19

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After indulging in some fabulous wine tasting, take a wander through the beautiful elms and oaks and discover great food, heritage, and boutique shopping.

Rutherglen’s ‘big wine bottle’, is the perfect place to take a bottle and watch the sunset with loved ones. Visitors can also join the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail and discover the magnificence of the mighty Murray River with cellar doors and wonderful


country hospitality along the way. Further up the road is Lake Moodemere

Situated on the banks of the Murray River, the Rutherglen region is internationally famous for its fortified wines. After emerging from the gold rush in the mid-nineteenth century, the region is now referred to as the ‘liquid’ gold capital. The beautiful old winemaking houses which sprang up in the gold rush days are still owned and managed by fourth, fifth and sixth generation descendants.

which is surrounded by extensive wetlands and river red gums, with incredible birdlife and an ideal for spot fishing. Travelling west along the Murray Valley Highway towards Yarrawonga you will also discover boutique wineries, Warrabilla Wines and recently established Squires Winery which is perfectly nestled on the banks of the Ovens River.


Pfeiffer Wines historic winery cellars and century old Sunday Creek Bridge is the perfect location to immerse yourself in nature and simply enjoy the sound of silence. The air is clean and fresh, the skies are tall and there is plenty of space to enjoy a Sunday afternoon drink in a unique Australian setting? Book a Seated Tasting Experience to explore the large (there are 29 to try) range of premium wines produced by Father and Daughter winemaking team, Chris and Jen Pfeiffer. Discover the stories of the wineries rich wine heritage spanning over 150 years from the friendly Pfeiffer team. BBQ up your own lunch with a DIY BBQ pack whilst enjoying the special views overlooking Sunday Creek. Picnic on the 'pfamous' Sunday Creek bridge, under the century old pine trees or simply on the green grass within the beautiful grounds with a pre-booked Picnic Hamper, join a Pfeiffer Wines X Pinot & Picasso painting class…and if the season is right, you can even feed some turtles.

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Lookout! Lookout at our wonderful region Lookouts are a great way to see a large amount of our local scenic areas, with Mount Buffalo in particular, a terrific place to visit especially for photography lovers. With many mountainous terranes in our region and untouched land for miles, you will not be disappointed in spending time visiting beautiful lookouts. Here are several lookouts in the region we suggest exploring but do some research into the viewpoints in our greater region before your next daytrip adventure and you are sure to find a plenty. • Powers Lookout Three kilometres off the beaten track from the Mansfield – Whitfield Road in the King Valley, you will find yourself overlooking the beautiful King Valley. • Paradise Falls This stunning lookout is nestled deep in the King Valley, located in the Alpine National Park. • The Gorge and Mount Buffalo Chalet The Gorge is the place to visit for stunning views at Mount Buffalo and the Ovens Valley. • The Horn Located at the highest point in the Mount Buffalo National Park (1723m) and with the beautiful mountains of the Great Dividing Range stretching into the distance, the Horn is the perfect place to enjoy a sunset or sunrise. • Kurrajong Gap Lookout – Lake Hume Bethanga Kurrajong Gap Lookout is a 25-minute drive from Albury and 29 minutes from Wodonga and is located between Bellbridge and Bethanga along the Kurrajong Gap Road. • Morgan’s Lookout Morgan’s Lookout on the Culcairn to Walbundrie Road is a beautiful white granite outcrop which was used as a vantage point for bushrangers in the 19th century.

Pictured is the new all-abilities observation deck featuring a glass floor section located at Mt Buffalo’s Gorge visitor area.




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MYRTLEFORD Post Office Complex, Myrtleford. Ph: 1800 111 885 NATHALIA – BARMAH 73 Blake St, Nathalia. Ph: 1800 607 607

CHILTERN 30 Main St, Chiltern. Ph: (03) 5726 1611

NUMURKAH 99 Melville St, Numurkah. Ph: 1800 607 607


RUTHERGLEN 57 Main St, Rutherglen. Ph: 1800 622 871

COROWA 100 Edward St, Corowa. Ph: (02) 60333221 CORRYONG 50 Hanson St, Corryong. Ph: (02) 6076 2277 MILDURA 180-190 Deakin Ave, Mildura. Ph: 1800 039 043 MT. BEAUTY 31 Bogong High Plains Rd, Mt Beauty. Ph: 1800 111 885

TOCUMWAL Foreshore Building, 2 Deniliquin Rd. Tocumwal. Ph: 0447 333 114 WANGARATTA 100 Murphy St, Wangaratta. Ph: 1800 801 065 YACKANDANDAH 15 High St, Yackandandah. Ph: (02) 6027 1988 YARRAWONGA-MULWALA 1 Irvine Parade, Yarrawonga. Ph: (03) 5744 1989

Other Visitor information centres in region • Albury Visitors Information Centre. Ph: 1300 252 879 • Wodonga Visitors Information Centre. Ph: 1300 252 879 • Greater Hume Shire Visitors Information Centre. Ph: (02) 6036 2422 • Deniliquin Shire Visitors Information Centre. Ph: 1800 650 712 • Jerilderie Visitors Information Centre. Ph: 0448 878 597 • Wagga Wagga Visitors Information Centre. Ph:1300 100 122 • Greater Shepparton Visitors Information Centre. Ph: 1800 808 839 • Benalla Visitors Information Centre. Ph: (03) 5762 1749 • Mansfield Mt Buller, the High Country Visitors Information Centre Ph: (03) 5775 7000 GOOD TIMES SPRING 2023 • 23






From the history of Indigenous Australia, the Gold Rush era to the agricultural pioneers of the land, our region is home to an abundance of diverse and culturally significant museums. Spend an entire day exploring, learning, and celebrating about the region’s cultural gems, with collections of cultural, scientific, artistic and historical importance. Whatever your interests, from art to archaeology, you are sure to find something that will entertain and educate the whole family. These museums will help you uncover stories about the people who made this region what it is today. Pictured is the courthouse at Beechworth Historic Precinct which also consists of the Burke Museum, Telegraph Station, Powder Magazine and Sub-Treasury Building. Each building has a story to tell, with its contents adding layer upon layer of fascinating detail on subjects such as Ned Kelly, the Gold Rush, the town itself and the colourful people who called it home. Photo: Burke Museum Facebook. .

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The hidden treasures within Federation Federation Museum Museum Corowa Corowa Corowa’s Corowa’s Federation Federation Museum Museum tells tells the the story story about about the the unification unification of of Australia’s colonies. Australia’s colonies.

Nothing Nothing quite quite beats beats aa museum museum with with aa mystery and that is exactly what mystery and that is exactly what the the historic historic Urana Urana Courthouse Courthouse offers. offers. Built Built in in 1879, 1879, the the original original courtroom courtroom isis impressive impressive in in size size and and retains retains many many features features from from its its days days as as aa court. court. Also Also located located inside inside are are many many displays displays of of local local history history and and culture, culture, from from preprefederation to today. federation to today.

Also Also on on display display isis aa replica replica of of Australia’s Australia’s iconic iconic painting, painting, Tom Tom Roberts’ Roberts’‘Shearing ‘Shearing The The Rams’ Rams’ which which was painted at Brocklesby Station was painted at Brocklesby Station near near Corowa Corowa in in 1890. 1890.

classic classic caravans, caravans, and and collectables, collectables, George George Chrystie Chrystie has has one one of of the the finest finest collections collections in in the the Riverina. Riverina.

The The museum museum also also displays displays several several high-quality high-quality photographic photographic facsimiles facsimiles of of works works by by Tommy Tommy McCrae, McCrae, aa local local 19th century aboriginal artist. 19th century aboriginal artist.

The The oldest oldest car car isis aa 1922 1922 TT model model Ford, Ford, unrestored unrestored with with its its original original key, key, which which has has aa 1930 1930 caravan caravan that that goes goes on on the the back. back.

Learn Learn about about the the fascinating fascinating story story of of Urana’s own Freddie Fox who made Urana’s own Freddie Fox who made 350 350 hats hats for for the the Queen Queen over over 35 35 years, years, and and also also for for many many members members of of the the royal royal family. family. AA number number of of his his hats hats are are on display inside the museum. on display inside the museum.

cutters, cutters, river river boats, boats, leach leach and and feather feather collectors, collectors, cattlemen cattlemen and and more. more.

One One of of the the most most intriguing intriguing features features in the museum is the Samurai in the museum is the Samurai coat coat of of armour armour found found in in aa Morundah Morundah tip tip and and given given to to the the museum museum to to display. display. Dated Dated between between 1600-1868, 1600-1868, no no one one quite quite knows knows how how the the armour armour ended ended up up in in regional regional NSW. NSW.

Chrystie’s Chrystie’s Classics Classics and and Collectables Collectables Museum Museum Tocumwal Tocumwal

The The charming charming town town of of Urana Urana isis an an easy easy drive drive from from several several regional regional centres centres including including Albury Albury Wodonga Wodonga and and Wagga Wagga Wagga, Wagga, and and stone’s stone’s throw throw from from Corowa Corowa and and Mulwala. Mulwala. Volunteers Volunteers are are in in attendance attendance on on Tuesday Tuesday 9.30am 9.30am to to 2.00pm 2.00pm and and Saturday Saturday 10.00 10.00 am am to to 2.00pm. 2.00pm. Contact Contact numbers for access at other times numbers for access at other times are are available available from from Federation Federation Council Council offices offices or or aa list list isis available available on on the the door door to the Courthouse. to the Courthouse.


AA visit visit to to the the Barmah Barmah Forest Forest Heritage Heritage and and Education Education Centre Centre isis aa must must before before seeing the heritage listed Barmah seeing the heritage listed Barmah National National Park. Park.

Barmah Barmah Forest Forest Heritage Heritage and and Education Education Centre Centre Visit Visit the the Barmah Barmah Forest Forest Heritage Heritage and and Education Education Centre Centre in in Nathalia Nathalia to to discover discover and and explore explore the the colourful colourful history history of of the the Barmah Barmah National National Park. Park.

Car Car enthusiasts enthusiasts are are sure sure to to love love the the lifetime lifetime collection collection of of amazing amazing treasures treasures at at Chrystie’s Chrystie’s Classics Classics and and Collectables Collectables Museum. Museum. From From an an old old logging logging truck truck to to working working vintage vintage cars, cars, farming farming equipment, equipment,

This This iconic iconic region region has has aa diverse diverse history of struggles and achievements history of struggles and achievements of of the the local local forefathers, forefathers, from from preprehistory history to to the the present present day. day. Displays Displays include include local local indigenous indigenous history, history, timber timber industry, industry, wood wood

Jindera Jindera Pioneer Pioneer Museum Museum Formed Formed in in 1967, 1967, the the Jindera Jindera Pioneer Pioneer Museum Museum and and Historical Historical Society Society purchased purchased the the evolved evolved 1874 1874 Wagner’s Wagner’s Store, the residence, and the Store, the residence, and the grounds grounds around around the the wattle wattle and and daub daub hut hut that that was was built built by by German German settlers settlers in in the the 1840s. 1840s. The The Pioneer Pioneer Museum, Museum, one one of of the the best best known in NSW, recreates the material known in NSW, recreates the material culture culture of of the the early early German German settlers, settlers, using using only only local local relics. relics. The The complex complex consists consists of of several several historic historic buildings buildings centred around the store, set centred around the store, set within within aa sprawling, sprawling, beautiful beautiful two two acres acres of of grounds grounds that that now now feature feature not not only only the the wattle wattle and and daub daub cottage, cottage, but but




Spread Spread over over two two acres acres this this renowned renowned museum museum features features multiple multiple dwellings, dwellings, exhibits exhibits and and displays displays which which showcase showcase the the early early pioneering pioneering days days and and heritage heritage of of the the region. region. All All set set within within lovely lovely gardens gardens in in the the heart heart of of Jindera. Jindera.

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The The museum museum also also includes includes 80 80 chainsaws, chainsaws, with with the the earliest earliest dating dating to to 1926, 1926, as as well well as as fuel fuel bowsers, bowsers, kitchen kitchen memorabilia memorabilia and and crockery, crockery, including including aa dinner dinner set set for for Queen Queen Victoria’s Victoria’s jubilee jubilee in in 1897. 1897.

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Urana Urana Courthouse Courthouse Museum Museum

History History buffs buffs will will enjoy enjoy learning learning about about the the 1893 1893 Corowa Corowa Conference, Conference, which which ultimately ultimately resulted resulted in in Corowa Corowa being being recognised recognised nationally nationally as as‘The ‘The Birthplace Birthplace of of Federation’. Federation’.

an authentically furnished slab hut, a remarkable and extensive collection of farm implements, equipment and forge, an historic post office, a gallery and several other outhouses and structures. The Wagner’s Store and residence was restored and painstakingly furnished so as to recreate its 19th-century appearance. The shop building is preeminent in NSW for its original shop fittings and furnishings and is stocked with authentic goods of the 19th century. The living area at the rear is also furnished in its original style. Within this amazing 16 room complex is another beautiful display gallery. You may also wish to take in the Jindera Heritage Walk around the 24 historic sites – stroll, read and imagine what was happening in Jindera over 100 years ago!

discovery of gold. With displays of mining, farming and social history of the region, the museum holds an interesting and diverse collection reflecting the life and times of the region from 1850s to the 1950s.

The Museum is open every day from 10am to 4pm in the warmer months, and 10-3pm in the cooler times. The Museum only closes on Christmas Day and Good Friday. The famous Tea Room currently opens every Sunday from 11am (and select public holidays) offering Devonshire Tea with a variety of sweet and savouries delights available for purchase.

Children’s treasure hunt activities are available with some hands-on items to try out as well. They can have a go at gold panning and keep any gold that they discover.

Burke Museum Beechworth Originally built as the Beechworth Athenaeum in 1857, the museum was named in honour of Robert O’Hara Burke, the famous explorer and former Beechworth Superintendent of Police. The award-winning museum boasts a fascinating and historically significant collection of more than 30,000 individual items, many dating back more than 150 years.

Yarrawonga-Mulwala Pioneer Museum The Pioneer Museum features one of the largest and most comprehensive exhibits of early pioneering days in Australia. From flying machines to wool presses, to bicycles, homewares and trinkets of yesteryear, there is something for everyone to enjoy. A highlight of the museum’s collection is a biplane built by local pioneer aviator Douglas Sloane in 1913. It is one of very few designs from the early period of aviation in Australia to have survived to the present day.

The collection includes the significant R.E. Johns collection of Aboriginal weapons and tools, a large collection of 19th Century native animal and birdlife taxidermy, significant Gold Rush era artefacts, as well as a new section of the museum, the Ned Kelly Vault. The Ned Kelly collection is the most comprehensive of its type in regional Australia and includes the original death mask of Ned Kelly and numerous original items relating to the bushranger and his gang.

El Dorado Museum A short drive from Wangaratta or Beechworth, the El Dorado Museum offers an opportunity to step back in time to view life as it was from the time of

Numurkah Society Museum Located in the old bank building on Melville Street, Numurkah Society Museum exhibits an array everything from the early settlers to the town’s sporting legends. Explore the old police cells, historic isolation ward, railway station and old machinery exhibits. As the southern gateway to the region known as Sun Country on the Murray, Numurkah and the surrounding district enjoys one of the best temperate climates Australia has to offer with a thriving agricultural area, as well as a food lovers’ paradise. Open Wednesday and Sunday afternoon, or by appointment (03) 5862 1768.

Tocumwal Antiques & Tea Rooms

• EXTENSIVE RANGE OF NEW & RETRO GIFTWARE • STERLING SILVER JEWELLERY • WONDERFUL RANGE OF DESIGNER & CONTEMPORARY ITEMS Come and enjoy a devonshire tea, cappuccino or a delicious lunch in our delightful tea rooms, or on the dog friendly verandah overlooking the gardens. OPEN 7 days 10am - 5pm • 0402 860 353 • 15 Deniliquin St, Tocumwal

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With beautiful Spring weather upon us, a short drive to have a picnic in our picturesque region is the best way to spend the day. From the mountains of Myrtleford and Bright to the beautiful lake of Yarrawonga Mulwala, there is many places for you to take a break and enjoy a spring afternoon picnic. Pack up the blanket, picnic basket, children and pets and visit a number of the beautiful parks and picnic areas in our region.

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‘We’re going on a picnic’ Bright

The Myrtleford Piazza located on Myrtle St is also a popular meeting place.

Bright is well known for its stunning spring colours, mountain views and overall picturesque location.

Yackandandah Sir Isaac Isaacs Park is a beautiful little park on the edge of Yackandandah with a playground, a short walking track to skate park facilities, barbecue, picnic facilities, public toilets and rotunda.

With vast open spaces, there are several beautiful spots to take the family for a day trip and picnic. Along the Ovens River which runs alongside the town is the majestic Centenary Park which also has electric barbeques and a shelter. This is a safe and friendly park that also offers toilets, seating, swimming, fishing, shelters, and ample parking close to the town centre, so why wouldn’t you want to picnic here? Another area of Bright that is popular for picnicking is Apex Park which is located at Gavan St. With such beautiful views of the mountains there is no better place to enjoy a relaxing day. Just south of Bright is the beautiful quant town of Wandiligong. The stunning Alpine Park in Centenary Avenue, Wandiligong is set on the banks of the peaceful Morses Creek. With tables and chairs near the park and toilets located nearby at the oval, this is a lovely place to picnic. Slightly northwest of Bright is Porepunkah which has a family friendly picnic area in the Porepunkah Riverside Park. Situated by the river, the park offers BBQs, toilets, seating, swimming, fishing, shelters and ample parking close to the town centre of Porepunkah.

Just at the end of the main street is Yackandandah Soldiers Memorial Park which is a shady, cosy place to sit and picnic. With seating, a war memorial to provide you with some history and a rotunda, sit and relax before wandering the main street.

Beechworth Myrtleford is the optimum destination to visit during the spring months. Photo: Pia Kennedy.

Harrietville Harrietville is a photography lovers dream with nature galore to photograph especially as the leaves change colour in the springtime. Situated tight at the foot of Mount Hotham and Mount Feathertop, during Spring Harrietville is ideal for a day trip to have a picnic or a weekend away. Take in the Alpine National Park which is the state’s largest and covers 646,000 hectares or wander down to Tavare Park which has everything needed to spend a fun family day out with play equipment for the kids, a BBQ to cook your lunch and a gazebo to seek shade. Make sure to pack your picnic basket and camera before you head off to Harrietville.


With vast open spaces, there are several beautiful spots to take the family for a day trip and picnic in Bright. Photo: Pia Kennedy.

Spring is the best time to visit Myrtleford with beautiful scenery, tranquility, rivers and mountain views to enchant any visitor. Jaycees Park on Buffalo River Road, is a lovely spot to have a picnic, unwind and relax. There is also a great display of old agricultural machinery for you to view. Rotary Park which is situated at the junction of the Barwidgee and Happy Valley Creeks on the Great Alpine is a terrific picnic area which has electric BBQ’s and a shaded playground to keep the kids entertained. There are also shelters, seating and toilets so you don’t have to go too far. Right in the beautiful township of Myrtleford is Apex Park which is situated right on the banks of the river providing a lovely setting for a picnic or barbeque.

Beechworth is a picnicker’s paradise with the town centre and nearby parks and bushland very aesthetically scenic. Town Hall Gardens across from the old Beechworth Gaol is a great picnic spot with magnificent hundred year-old trees shading much of the park, a beautiful fountain and toilets available, this is a great place for a picnic away from the tourist crowds of Main Street. The Gorge Scenic Drive is also a unique spring picnic spot. Carefully make your way down to the smooth granite beds by the pools and falls of Spring Creek and be sure to pack your towel and swimmers along with your picnic hamper, as the mineral rich waters of the swimming pools are not just for photographing. Located in the Stanley State Forest eight kilometres south of Beechworth, the Murmungee Lookout is one of the region’s most spectacular spots for a picnic. With panoramic views of the flood plains of the Ovens and King Rivers and the breathtaking sight of Mount Buffalo, it’s well worth packing your hamper and taking the short drive to the lookout. Lake Sambell is a short stroll from the centre of Beechworth and is a picturesque recreation reserve and a popular venue for water and boating activities. Woolshed Falls which is a ten-minute drive north from Beechworth, is also where you can view the cascading falls, enjoy a leisurely picnic and is a tourist favourite.


One of Australia’s biggest inland cities, Albury Wodonga has several picturesque picnic spots with just a few mentioned below.

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Noreuil Park is a favourite with locals and visitors alike. With a vast expanse of river frontage, the Riverdeck Café, children’s playground, BBQ, toilet facilities and wide-open spaces to run around, Noreuil is a relaxing area to have a picnic. Just a short distance from Noreuil is the secluded Browns Lagoon. Just out of the centre of town with lovely Spring flora and fauna walking and flying around, this secluded picnic area is great for a short picnic break. Wodonga also has the beautiful Sumsion gardens/ Belvoir Park. An easy walk around the beautiful lake in the heart of Wodonga, this area offers lush greenery, well maintained children’s play areas, a dog park and multiple rest areas to enjoy the peaceful serenity and wildlife that call the park home.

Corowa Bangerang Park which is located in the centre of town at the bottom of Sanger Street, has all the features of an all abilities play system surrounded by beautiful, grassed areas that are ideal for a picnic or lazing under the shade of the trees. The Corowa Lagoon is a scenic space to enjoy a family picnic on the lawn or tables provided whilst you

throw a line into the Murray River as you try to catch some dinner. Rowers Park also has a lush lawn area perfect for a long lunch as well as Ball Park Lagoon. Willows Reserve Wahgunyah, just a short drive from Corowa, also offers picnic tables, BBQ and public toilets on the banks of the Murray River where swimming is also likely to occur.


Lake Mulwala is the perfect picnic destination with kilometres of foreshore to sit and enjoy on both sides of the river and several cafes and eateries within short walking distance. The Yarrawonga Weir Park, just off the main road that connects Yarrawonga and Mulwala, is a great place to have a picnic and has great views of the Murray River, with Lake Mulwala not far off in the distance. A rotunda, shelter and toilet facilities make this a great place to set up for the afternoon. With beautiful views of Lake Mulwala, Chinaman’s Island Reserve is a great space to bring the family for a Spring picnic. On the Mulwala side, Purtle Park Adventure Playground has plenty of fun for children, and the children at

heart. Adjacent to the park is a rotunda with barbecue facilities so pack a picnic and relax under old gum trees while the children play or make use of the undercover facilities. Digger Loughnan Park is another quiet spot to sit, have lunch and relax in Mulwala with views of the lake in front while Mulwala’s main street passes you by behind.

Cobram/Barooga Thompson’s Beach in Cobram is a fabulous sandy beach which is a great place to have a picnic, swim or general rest-and-watch with an abundance of beautiful flora and fauna, interesting tree carving and iron works. Alongside Thompson’s Beach is also an excellent bushwalking track. Across the river in Barooga is also the Ski Beach picnic area in the Murray Valley Regional Park. The picnic area boasts a great river view with a sandy beach, and river red gum shade. It is only a short walk from both Cobram and Barooga and is wellequipped with barbecues and picnic tables.

Lastly King George Gardens which is situated in Ovens Street in the heart of the CBD, is lined with plane trees providing plenty of shade for a relaxing picnic as well as a playground and toilet facilities.


The Barmah Lake Day Visitor Area is a secluded and a wonderful area for a picnic. The Barmah Lakes area is equipped with toilets, fireplaces and tables with the Barmah National Park home to the largest stand of River Red Gums in the world, meaning there is also plenty of shade to sit under for a picnic. Wangaratta has several charming picnic destinations, both in the centre of town and just a short drive away. Merriwa Park is one of the charming locations for a picnic as it is partially encircled by an ornamental lake and has several majestic redgums trees, scenic ponds and sweeping lawns.


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large open reserve. Rotary Park is also another perfect picnic area with BBQ facilities, picnic tables, play areas, toilets and showers all encased by enchanting trees and a beautiful rose garden.


Harrietville is the ultimate picturesque spot for a picnic. Photo: Visit Harrietville.

The Murmungee Lookout, just out of Beechworth is one of the most spectacular spots to have a picnic. Photo: Explore Beechworth.

There is a lot of shade for a family picnic with picnic tables and bbq areas as well as plenty to keep the younger members of the crew busy with tennis courts, a playground and toilets in a

King Valley King Valley is the Spring lovers dream with some of the north east’s most picturesque locations including the beautiful wine regions. Victorias High suggests a number of areas across the King Valley which are perfect for picnic including: on the grassed lawns at the Milawa Cheese Factory which is the perfect spot to relax. Relax by the river redgums on the Ovens River at Pioneer Bridges in Everton or at Lake William Hovell, only a short drive from Cheshunt or surrounded by nature in a canyon like setting at Paradise Falls or the pristine waters at Lake Cobbler. The King Valley is overflowing with abundant fresh produce, roadside stalls and farmgate stops, so don’t forget to stock up on produce to take home and share with friends and family.


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The regions best hidden gems The northeast, although not swimming in a vast amount of waterfalls, has a number of spectacular sites for visitors and locals alike to explore. Start in Beechworth before making your way to Yackandandah then head over to Cheshunt and Warby Ovens National Park to view some of the breathtaking waterfalls our region has to offer.

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The regions best hidden gems Baranduda Range Waterfall This waterfall which is located off Ewarts Road Yackandandah is a beautiful little waterfall that you can get right up close to. After rain particularly it is known to look spectacular and is around 20 metres from the road however it is not visible from it. In an amazing location and only a short walk from where you will park your car, make sure to bring decent shoes as it is a little slippery under foot and good shoes are needed to get to the top.

Woolshed Falls Woolshed Falls is a popular destination for visitors and locals to the region alike. A ten-minute drive north from Beechworth, you can view the cascading falls, enjoy a picnic or take a walk around the gold workings. There is also an observation deck which provides you full views of the falls as well as the valley below. There are also shallow rock pools that you can dip your feet into but be very careful on the rocks as they are slippery all year round.

Woolshed Falls, just out of Beechworth is a spectacular stream with many visitors all throughout the year. Photo: Explore Beechworth. No matter the time of year, Woolshed Falls is a gorgeous waterfall to visit in a beautiful location which is great for a family walk/exploration and rock scrambling whilst also taking several photos amongst the rocks.

Paradise Falls (pictured on page 33) This waterfall situated on Paradise Falls Road Cheshunt is absolutely stunning with many reviews preparing people to be amazed. The falls, although often only a trickle of water falling down except after heavy rainfalls, it is worth the drive just for the experience alone. The falls which come down from the cliff of a large wave like cave structure is a very peaceful and interesting place with lovely views and a nice hike to reach the main aspect.

Briens Gorge and Pine Gully Falls – Warby-Ovens National Park Both the Briens Gorge and Pine Gully Falls are situated in the Warby – Ovens National Park, located between the Victorian Alps and the Murray Valley. The surroundings of Briens Gorge are lovely with interesting rocks and the water is unique, mysterious and enchanting as no stream of water leads from the base as it goes underground. The Gorge is an easy place to get to. Although no water streaming, it can be seen running between the rocks.

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This is a picturesque place to unwind, get in touch with nature, explore and enjoy scenery.

Crystal Brook Falls is a stunning waterfall that is a part of the Gorge Heritage walking track. Photo: Visit Mount Buffalo.

Briens Gorge is one of the most interesting waterfalls with the water leading from the base to underground. Photo: Ben Appleford.

Pine Gully Falls, a short distance away is a nice nature walk with great views and plenty of wildlife. Not a vast amount of water trickles along here however it does look spectacular with a deep gorge.

Mount Buffalo Mount Buffalo has a number of picturesque waterfalls that are part of the mountain’s most popular attractions. Crystal Brook Falls is one of the most well-known and visited as it falls around 200 metres from The Gorge rim and can be viewed from a section of the Gorge Heritage walking track. Ladies Bath Falls which is at the base

of Mount Buffalo is also a favourite location to cool off on a hot summer’s day with Eurobin Falls also following the track past the Ladies Bath pool. Eurobin Falls has viewing areas to see bother the lower and upper part of the falls. Approximately 10km up the Mount Buffalo Road on the right is the Rollason’s Falls track which is a beautiful walk down to the two waterfalls. At the bottom you will be able to admire or have a swim in the two deep and cool pools at the base of each waterfall. The last of the water areas is Dickson’s Falls which is located on the eastern side of Buffalo.


The water can be seen running between the rocks.




Journey through the Murray River country for a traditional and contemporary experience of this ancient land. The history of the Murray tells the epic story of our nation being born. Learn more about the spiritual beliefs and unique traditions of Australia’s first people, culturally significant sites, renowned art and original crafts, and a living history which reaches back more than 60,000 years. The region is not only magnificent in its natural diversity, but also a place steeped in Indigenous history and spiritual significance.

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In the footsteps of Dreamtime Murray Valley Regional Park Collendina Located just outside of Corowa along Spring Drive, this trail will take you through the old River Red Gum trees beside the Murray River. The Corowa district was originally inhabited by the Bpangerang

people, and the river was not only a vital source of food and water but also a gathering place for trade, ceremonies, and storytelling. Canoes and rafts, as evidenced by the many Aboriginal Scar Trees along the walk, were used for transportation, allowing for interaction and the sharing of traditions along its length. The riverbanks are dotted with sites where Aboriginal communities once thrived. Be sure to call into the Corowa Federation Museum to learn more about the region’s region Aboriginal history including the region’s famed Aboriginal artist Tommy McCrae.

Wagirra Trail and Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk The first stop along the Murray River is the Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk in Albury which features a series of stunning contemporary Aboriginal sculptures lining the Wagirra Trail from Kremur Street to Wonga Wetlands. Eleven sculptures created by local Aboriginal artists have been installed along the five kilometres of trail.

An aboriginal scar tree outside of Corowa

This sculpture, by Peter Ingram is located on the Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk is an acknowledgement to our King of birds – Guguburra. Creek Trail, West Albury Trail, South Albury Trail and beyond to the Albury– Thurgoona Trail.

Ovens Riverside Path and Bullawah Cultural Trail

Take a leisurely stroll or cycle the two-metre-wide shared pathway which meanders through the riverside parks (Noreuil, Australia, and Hovell Tree), past the Adventure Playspace at Oddies Creek, Albury Swim Centre, through Padman Park and west of Kremur Street (3.2km) to Wonga Wetlands. The last section of the trail, from Kremur Street to Wonga Wetlands is sealed.

The Bullawah Cultural Trail project was created to celebrate and share the ancient stories, knowledge and skills of local Indigenous people.

The Wagirra Trail also links to the Bungambrawatha

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This self-guided family experience in Wangaratta snakes 2.4 kilometres along the Ovens River. In the Bpangerang language, Bullawah (bulla meaning two and wah meaning water) signifies

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In the footsteps of Dreamtime Aboriginal Exhibitions Gallery at De Bortoli Rutherglen Estate Operating as a commercial art gallery housed within the Rutherglen cellar door complex, visitors to Rutherglen can enjoy free entry to curated exhibitions that are presented quarterly. The Aboriginal Exhibitions Gallery is a unique joint venture between the winery and Australian Aboriginal art collector, Hans Sip. De Bortoli Rutherglen Estate has unlimited access to the complete Hans Sip collection; one that consists of more than 700 paintings, prints, artefacts and sculptures.

Bullawah Cultural Trail

Works in the collection include paintings from significantly collected and highly recognised artists including: Trevor ‘Turbo’ Brown, Frederick William ‘Billy’ Doolan Jnr, Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Craig Charles and Djambu ‘Sambo’ Barra Barra.

Marmungun Rock is at the beginning of the Bullawah Cultural Trail, with the word ‘Marmungun’ meaning ‘of this group/area’ – it is the closest traditional Bpangerang word for community. The featured hand prints are an enduring tribute to outstanding individuals in our community. To delve deeper into the Aboriginal stories along the trail scan your smartphone wherever you see a QR code to unlock some amazing short films.


The exceptional quality of this site is that it is the only site in the whole of Australia that demonstrates that Aboriginals were able to construct a water storage from solid granite rock. Another amazing factor at this site, is that it takes very little rain to completely fill the water reservoir. The hole that was “dug, built or made” is in the perfect position to catch the entire run off of the granite outcrop into which it has been made. A small shower of rain is sufficient to fill the hole with water, which is very necessary over the summer period.

Ovens Riverside Path. (photos courtesy of Visit Wangaratta). the two suspension bridges crossing the river as well as the joining of the two rivers and the coming together of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.

Boat Rock located 25kms north of Mulwala.

The Aboriginal Exhibitions Gallery at De Bortoli Rutherglen Estate is one of the largest Aboriginal art galleries in Victoria and is regularly updated with new work.

The Pangerang Tribe were the original aboriginal inhabitants of the area, from Howlong to Berrigan, and are attributed with naming the twin towns. ‘Yarra’ means ‘water running over rocks’, and ‘wonga’ was named after the ‘wonga pigeon’ which were abundant in the region at the time. ‘Mulwala’ means ‘big lagoon’ or ‘big back water’.

Boat Rock, Yarrawonga/ Mulwala

Barmah State Forest / Heritage and Education Centre

Boat Rock was made by Pangerang people who used the reservoir to catch and hold water for use over the summer period. The site is about 25 kms north from Mulwala and is very seldom visited.

The Barmah Forest Heritage and Education Centre and surrounding Barmah State Forest lie within the traditional territory of the Yorta Yorta people who have occupied the land for thousands of years. The centre in Nathalia is a delightful place to

Barmah Heritage and Education Centre.

in the near future.

Moulamein River Walk. (photo courtesy of Visit the Murray).

The car park and walks leaving from the Dharnya Centre have remained open to the public and the Cultural Officers previously based at the centre have continued to deliver talks and information sessions to schools and groups upon request.

Moulamein River walk Learn all about the rich history and heritage of the oldest town in the Riverina on the Moulamein River walk.

Floor mural by Ulla Taylor located at the Barmah Heritage Education Centre. explore the rich history of the Barmah National Park and surrounding region and has many interesting displays that celebrate the region including displays of local indigenous history, Take a walk through the Barmah National Park which has the largest River Red Gum Forest in the world. There are lots of walking tracks and hundreds of different species of birds for keen birdwatchers, as well groups of emus strolling around. The Dharnya Centre nearby also has a display of Indigenous culture and artefacts. It is presently closed as the building needs major renovation and there are plans to rebuild and re-open

This signed self-guided tour follows the Edward River and the Billabong Creek. The walk is the perfect location to spot native wildlife such as kangaroos, emus, goannas, bearded dragons, and kookaburras just to name a few.

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Along the way are featured storyboards depicting the region’s rich history and environment. Look out for highlights such as the Old Moulamein wharf, Ring Tree, Scar Tree, Mooloomoon Shearing Shed, and the famous Big Tree. The Big Tree is a Meeting Place and is considered culturally significant with Traditional Indigenous owners. The age of the tree is estimated to be between 500 years and 1000 years.

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This area has great cultural and historical significance for the local Wamba Wamba people, who have hunted, fished, cooked, camped, and held ceremonial gatherings in this area for hundreds of years.

Yeddonba Aboriginal Cultural Site Walk Considered a sacred site amongst local Indigenous people, the Yeddonba Aboriginal Cultural Site near Chiltern illustrates the art of the Dhudhuroa people, the dominant Indigenous clan of the area and a sub-clan of the Pangarang people of the Goulburn Valley.

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Mount Pilot was used by a number of clans as a waypoint on a migratory path and as a spiritual and ceremonial site.

Yeddonba Aboriginal Cultural Site Walk near Chiltern. (Photo courtesy of Explore Beechworth).

The Yeddonba site boasts many significant areas including a rock shelter and bush tucker area. The site is of particular archaeological importance as it features an Aboriginal red-ochre painting, which is believed to be of a Tasmanian Tiger (thylacine), supporting the belief that the animal once inhabited the mainland. The thylacine, along with

the goanna and snake, were the spirit animals of the local clans with the site serving as an important ritual location for the clan leaders. A well laid-out circular walking track will take you by these significant sites, with information boards along the way to help narrate your journey. This walk can easily be completed in an hour.

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Tunzafun Community Amusement Park

Tunzafun is a community project run by volunteers with all proceeds going to improving the facilities for locals and visitors. It features a great 18 hole Mini Golf Course, Mini Train, Tea Cup Ride, Krazy Kars, Dodgem Cars, Carousel, Kiosk, Picnic and BBQ area. Ample parking for both cars and buses. Open Sat & Sun 10.00am to 4.00pm, selected public holidays & Victorian school holidays at Melbourne Street Mulwala (Opposite Mulwala Waterski Club) Subject to weather and attendance The park is also available for group and party bookings by request. Email: Tunzafun is a community based project staffed by volunteers. All money raised is used in the upkeep of the park.


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The historic Goorambat Railway Hotel was built in 1884. This is a family orientated hotel with indoor and outdoor dining and offering an extensive menu selection, including gluten free options. Call in for a meal or a drink while exploring the Silo Art Trail. Group bookings are welcome, just call in advance. Open Wednesday - Saturday 12noon-late Sunday 12noon - 4pm

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Byramine Homestead Brewery & Cider House

Kenny welcomes you and your family to enjoy the finest Chinese Cuisine while taking in the views of Lake Mulwala. Featuring à-la-carte chefs specials and banquets. Open 7 days for lunch 11.30am -2pm Dinner 5.30pm -9.30pm.

Byramine Homestead is an enchanting memorial to those early pioneering days of so long ago. While visiting the Byramine Homestead you can enjoy a range of Morning Tea’s, Ploughman’s Platters, or light lunches off our main menu. Within the grounds is a Brewery, visitors are welcome to sample the boutique range of beer, wine and cider. Open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-4pm

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Pfeiffer Wines

Corowa RSL Club

Are you looking for a place where you can immerse yourself in nature and simply enjoy the sound of silence, where the air is clean and fresh, and there is plenty of space to enjoy an afternoon drink in a unique Australian setting? We know a place you can enjoy a glass of wine, on an historic timber bridge, and if the season is right, you can even feed some turtles. Call or visit our website, bookings essential. Pre-book a picnic hamper with us (available with 24 hours notice) or simply enjoy our Grazing Plates available at the winery at any time.

A wonderful variety of dishes, new bistro menu for Autumn now available! Brilliant outdoor dining area and children’s playground as well as a recently renovated indoor play space. Open for dinner from 6pm Tuesday to Sunday and lunch from 11.30am Saturday & Sunday. Dinner bookings can be made online or by calling and speaking with our reception staff. If you are searching for a venue that keeps you and your little ones happy then you have found it here!

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