Arrive in Bacchus Marsh along The Avenue of Honour's 3.5-kilometre 'elm-tree umbrella' and make your way around the abundant orchards, historic attractions and diverse natural wonders.
Snap up seasonal produce from market gardens and orchards, or get out into the fields and pick your own strawberries, stone fruits and berries.
Marvel at the changing landscapes, wildflowers and glacial valleys on trips to the Lerderderg and Werribee gorges, Long Forest Nature Reserve, the Wombat State Forest and Brisbane Ranges.
Learn about the Indigenous tribes who first inhabited the region and whose legacy is reflected in place names such as Myrniong.
Explore the town's rich history via self-guided cycling and walking trails taking in the Blacksmith's Cottage and bushranger Captain Moonlite's church.