Rutherglen & King Valley Wine Region Attractions

Stretching from Central Gippsland and adjoining to Kosciuszko National Park on the New South Wales boarder, Alpine National Park contains some of the High Country's most spectacular scenery. As its na...
Tour the scenic Nagambie region in one of the most enjoyable ways possible with Nagambie Wine Tours, a small group and private tour operator offering a chance for total wine appreciation. To experienc...
Attractive natural features at the top of the beautiful King Valley.
Multi-roomed C1872 Fine Art Gallery established in 1992. Exhibiting art created by internationally acclaimed Australian Artists
Bistro,live entertainment and function venue.
The largest collection of veteran tanks in Australia. There are also indoor exhibits of the Australian Light Horse and other items of interest.
Concentrating on Australian paintings, prints, ceramics, water colours and drawings.
Scenic 20ha lake, provides an attractive entrance to the city from the south. The lake is a sanctuary for native birdlife and fish. Also popular for boating, sailboard riding and picnic areas.
Historic collection of farming implements, bottles, lamps and tunneling equipment used in Snowy Mountain project.
Dates back to 1849 and was the subject of Russell Drysdale's painting "Moody's Pub".
Commemorates the arrival of these explorers in 1824.
The Rutherglen wine region offers a vast variety of wineries from family operations to boutique wineries. The area is renown for its fortified wines and full bodied reds, and now produces excellent wh...
Built in 1859 from local granite to store gunpowder for blasting on the goldfields.
A popular picnic area with boat ramp.
were built from local honey-coloured granite in the 1850's.