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Nagambie Lakes & Strathbogie Ranges Visitor Information Centre

High Country

  • Nagambie Lakes & Strathbogie Ranges Visitor Centre 317 High Stret Nagambie
  • Nagambie Volunteers
  • Black Caviar Statue
  • Lake Nagambie
  • Mitchelton Winery Tower offers great views of the surrounding countryside near Nagambie
  • Historic Tahbilk Winery and cellar door, near Nagambie
  • Spectacular granite rocks dot the countryside around Strathbogie and Ruffy
  • Nagambie on water Festival - held each March
Nagambie Lakes and Strathbogie Ranges Visitor Information Centre

Within an easy 90 minute drive of Melbourne, you can be standing on the shore of one of Australia's most scenic places, Lake Nagambie, where you can go fishing, water-skiing, sailing, rowing or canoeing.Indulge in award winning wines from historic wineries such as Tahbilk, Mitchelton and Fowles or boutique vineyards such as Maygar's Hill, Longleat and Garners.

Within an easy 90 minute drive of Melbourne, you can be standing on the shore of one of Australia's most scenic places, Lake Nagambie, where you can go fishing, water-skiing, sailing, rowing or canoeing.

Indulge in award winning wines from historic wineries such as Tahbilk, Mitchelton and Fowles or boutique vineyards such as Maygar's Hill, Longleat and Garners.

Nagambie is the birthplace of Black Caviar and home to a nationally renowned rowing and canoeing venue which regularly hosts state and national championships. Yet only 15 minutes away the Strathbogie Ranges offers a dramatic landscape with breathtaking views around every corner.

Picturesque villages are dotted throughout the region with wonderful history and heritage, antiques and good food and wine a plenty. From Avenel, Euroa, Longwood, Strathbogie, Ruffy, Boho and Violet Town, each boasts their own great old pubs, beautiful gardens, art galleries, museums, antique shops, cafes and lovely old buildings.

Linking the entire region is the Goulburn River and within a stone's throw visitor's can enjoy the delights of the greater Goulburn River Valley, the heart of Victoria, which includes the townships of Yea, Lake Eildon, Murchison, Rushworth, Seymour, Shepparton, Tallarook and Trawool.

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Facilities

  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Public toilet
  • Tour desk