Posts in Category: Tourism
THE centre of Bright was turned into a festive picnic ground over the weekend as hundreds of well-loved classic cars rolled through town. It’s not…
EVENT organisers in the Alpine Shire will bear a greater logistical burden in the next financial year.
ALPINE Valley wine producers will meet later this month to talk about plans to further promote the region through a yearly event.
FOUR local wineries have been recognised for their tasting experiences and first-class food.
More than one-sixth of the $42million injected into the Alpine Shire every year from events now comes in March.
RECORDS are set to tumble for the Australian Pumpkin Seed Company as this year’s harvest gets underway.
THE Mt Beauty Music Festival will go ahead as a one-night event following a 12-month hiatus and then return to three-days in 2019.
THE Mount Beauty community is delighted about the imminent re-opening of an old social centre – Mt Beauty Country Club – in fresh guise as…
ALPINE Valleys’ vignerons have brought another of their marketing strategies to fruition with the publication of a new brochure and map to promote the Alpine…
THE Myrtleford and District Agricultural and Pastoral Society show takes places for the 70th time on Saturday.
THE Barwidgee-Gapsted bush will be abuzz with the growl of trail bikes when the sixth Myrtleford Alpine Rally opens on Saturday.
ALPINE Valleys Vignerons’ president Micheal Freudenstein has welcomed a $50 million, three-year federal government plan to build regional tourism and wine exports.