A Rich Mixture of Picturesque Landscapes
Hedonism flows rapidly in Victoria’s High Country. Immerse yourself in a rich mixture of picturesque landscapes that suit all manner of leisure activity; then feast on delicious gourmet food and wine.
Whatever interest or experience inspires your break, BIG4 Holiday Parks offers family-friendly cabin accommodation, caravan sites, and camping in Victoria's High Country in Bright, Porepunkah, and Wangaratta, putting guests in the box seat to enjoy the riches of Victoria’s High Country.
Parks in the Victoria's High Country area
No matter the season, Victoria’s High Country is majestic. In winter it galvanises snow bunnies: several premier ski fields are here, including Mount Buller, Falls Creek, and Mount Hotham.
In warmer months, myriad walking and hiking tracks reveals all manner of sights. Climb peaks that afford stunning panoramic views and admire wildflowers, wetlands, wildlife, lakes, and loads more.
Leaving footprints is not a prerequisite for seeing the sights of Victoria’s High Country: cycling, horse riding, and four-wheel driving are well catered for. Scenic touring routes suit more conventional vehicles – take the Ned Kelly drive and be absorbed by bushranger history.
A must-visit town is Bright. While always easy on the eye, Bright sparkles in autumn thanks to its many colourful trees. The town celebrates its aesthetic awesomeness with the annual Bright Autumn Festival, beginning late April.
Eildon and Nagambie also warrant attention. Each has a lake that shares its name, and both are a lure for those who love water-based recreation.
Local produce is mouth-watering and plentiful, and a visit to the eight – yes, eight – wine regions of Victoria’s High Country won’t disappoint. Famous King Valley is a leading contender for both its food and wine.
History and culture are alive and well in Victoria’s High Country. View historical huts used by cattlemen on the Bogong High Plains and visit The Man from Snowy River Folk Museum at Corryong. The Benalla Regional Art Gallery has many important Australian works in its outstanding collection.