Nagambie has everything from gourmet food and wine to bike rides, river cruises, kayaking and horse-racing. And, if that all gets too much – indulge in some chocolate and a spa treatment at Mitchelton winery.
1. Start at Mitchelton with wine tasting in the cellar door and lunch in the Muse Restaurant.
2. Visit the Tahbilk winery and take a walk around the Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve after wine tasting.
3. Take a river cruise on the Goulburn Explorer – pretty special at sunset.
4. Get up close to the horse-racing action at the Seymour Racing Club.
5. Paddle along the Goulburn River on a canoe safari.
6. Kayak on Lake Nagambie.
7. Drive the Black Caviar Trail – racetracks, studs, wineries, restaurants and much more.
8. See the stunning, preserved country mansion at Noorilim Estate.
9. Cycle or walk along the 121km High Country Rail Trail from Tallarook, near Seymour through Yea to Mansfield.
10. End your trip with a visit to the Mitchelton day spa, Indigenous Art Gallery and hot chocolate at the Ministry of Chocolate Café.
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