Getting Here

We'll take the High (Country) road!

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Victoria's High Country is a cruisy 2.5-hour drive from Melbourne on the Hume Highway. You can also jump on a plane, train or bus and be taken to the doorstep of the High Country. You'll be greeted by welcoming locals and of course delicious food, wine, beer and more!

By train

Rail services run daily from Melbourne and Sydney to Wangaratta and Albury. Contact VLine services and NSW TrainLink XPT for timetable information.

By bus

Wangaratta Coachlines operate services Monday to Friday throughout the region from major towns of Wangaratta, Wodonga and Albury.

By plane

Qantas, REX (Regional Express) and Virgin operate several flights daily from Melbourne and Sydney into Albury Airport. Check airline websites for current flight information. Hire cars are available from Albury Airport.

Getting to HC Map - Jan2019

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Hungry for more?

Feast High Country Festival

Escape to the source and let the High Country feed you. You will be welcomed with open arms, and won’t be left hungry.

Ian Diver Campbells barrel durif

The Trying Durif

Chat with the pros on their contentious, fragile and world class passion.

mandarin dessert Provenance Michael Ryan Beechworth

Hatted Restaurants

Check out The Age Good Food Guide 2019 High Country hatted restaurants, sure to dazzle and delight!

High Country Brewery Trail Mitta

Hot on the Trail

Billson’s Brewery, Malt Shed and Mitta Mitta Brewing Co. have officially joined the High Country Brewery Trail! The newcomers bring fresh, new perspectives on beer, fantastic (and very different) venues and a swag of delicious beers to try. For those with a passion for history, Billson’s will surely satisfy, those looking for constant variety head to Malt Shed and those interested in finding that ‘taste of place,’ Mitta Mitta is your next stop.

Gumtree pie ride

Ride to Pies and Puddings

Flaky pastry, hearty filling, sweet, savoury or somewhere in between.

Australian Pumpkin Seed Company Sharan Rivett

From Little Things …

They’re worth up to $30,000 a pallet, referred to as ‘Green Gold’ and only one farm in Australia produces them …