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The Victorian High Country has new activities on offer.

Grapevine Glamping, Rutherglen
Cofield Wines and The Pickled Sisters Cafe​ have launched a new glamping experience complete with a welcome bottle of wine, gourmet hamper, king-sized beds, luxurious bedding, board games, magazines, fishing gear, bikes and a fire pit with marshmallows to toast.

Alpine Glamping Retreat, Falls Creek
Three or five-day Green Season experience featuring lodge accommodation at Diana Lodge or Frueauf Village. Cycle, walk (or be driven) with a packed lunch to a fully-equipped glamping tent at the back of a a High Country cattlemen’s hut. Includes all meals, books and a telescope.

Beans above the Hops, Mansfield​
A hands-on tour including sunrise flight with Gold Rush Ballooning, followed by a gourmet breakfast and coffee educational at Mansfield Coffee Merchant. This is followed by a microbrewery experience, tasting and wood-fired pizza lunch at Social Bandit and farm stay accommodation at Traquair Estate.

Sunsets and Sombreros electric bike experience, Porepunkah
Cruise out of Bright on the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail to Porepunkah where a sombrero, Margaritaand Mexican-themed feast awaits.

Beauty and the Bike, Bright
An Alpine Escapes girls’ getaway in Bright including deluxe accommodation, gourmet hampers and pink bikes to ride to Feathertop and Ringer Reef wineries for lunch and tastings.

Pedal to Produce, Myrtleford
Relaunching this Spring, the self-guided food, wine and cycling experience follows the Murray to Mountains (M2) rail trail. Starting with Rutherglen this September, new maps offering self­-guided tours of the food and wine hubs of Beechworth, Milawa, Myrtleford and Bright will roll out in 2017.

 

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