Pedal to Produce in Victorias High Country

You don’t have to be fit, an avid cyclist, or even have your own bike to enjoy Pedal to Produce! All that’s required is a taste for luscious, farm fresh produce, exceptional local wines and carefully crafted foods.

Pedal to Produce currently offers two destinations, both with rich, distinct offerings spanning across wine, preserves, honey and mead, restaurants, organic meats, gin and much more. To get the most out of your journey, be sure to spend some time immersing yourself in the tangible history of the towns, hear the makers’ stories and plan your day with plenty of time to spare.

See below to choose the perfect destination for you!

Rutherglen

For those who like a healthy serving of history washed down with some of the best wine in the world, Rutherglen is your Pedal to Produce destination.

Milawa

With over 20 heavenly stops, this is the leg for true foodies! From crusty bread and devilish cheeses to honey mead and gin - you simply can’t go wrong with Milawa.

Hungry for more?

Beechworth Honey Bees

Bees in Spring

When you talk about bees, you can’t go past the honey royalty of the High Country, Jodie and Steve Goldsworthy of Beechworth Honey.

Lake King friends food wine picnic

Perfect Picnic Spots by the Water

Amazing, fresh produce, green grass and cool, pristine waters. The High Country is the only place to picnic this Summer.

High Country Harvest

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

Perfect Summer Beers

With Summer in full swing, let’s open up our minds, and palates, to these interesting beer styles.

Reed & Co

Rachel Reed & Hamish Nugent

Hamish Nugent and partner Rachel Reed are the brains and brut behind Bright’s Reed & Co Distillery.

Marc Scalzo

A week after winemaker Marc Scalzo started his first ever vintage…he was hooked.