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Goulburn Valley and Ovens Murray

A region north of Melbourne and roughly defined by the Goulburn and Ovens river valleys, north to the Murray and reaching the edges of the Victorian alps.

A rich countryside defined by its great irrigating rivers, with spectacular mountain scenery and historic, welcoming country villages and towns.

Wodonga

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With its twin, Albury, on the New South Wales side of the Murray, Wondonga is a city of around 37,000… Read More »Wodonga

Glenrowan

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A township of around 1,000 people, Glenrowan is most famous for being the site of Ned Kelly’s last stand. This… Read More »Glenrowan

Rutherglen

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A township born of the gold rush and yet in the centre of Australia’s oldest wine-growing district for which Rutherglen… Read More »Rutherglen

Eldorado

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A small town of some 300 people on the banks of the formerly gold-rich Reedy Creek. Quite prophetically, Eldorado took… Read More »Eldorado

Chiltern

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The former gold mining town, with now just over a 1,000 people, is famous for its historic buildings. The township… Read More »Chiltern

Wahgunyah

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What was once the busiest port on the Murray, Wahgunyah remains a major crossing point on the river with a… Read More »Wahgunyah

Myrtleford

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Located in the Ovens Valley between the Mount Buffalo National Park and Mount Stanley Scenic Reserve, Myrtleford is a township of around… Read More »Myrtleford

Nagambie

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Nagambie was a small settlement that existed at a river crossing of the Goulburn River and with the building of… Read More »Nagambie

Shepparton

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The major administrative centre for the Goulburn Valley, Shepparton is modern city of some 50,000 people. The city services the… Read More »Shepparton

Echuca

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Echuca is a rural township of some 14,000 people located close to the junction of the Murray, Campaspe and Goulburn… Read More »Echuca

Mansfield

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Mansfield is a town at the foot of the Australian Alps and the Mount Buller and Mount Stirling snow fields and close to the… Read More »Mansfield

Alexandra

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Surrounded by rich agricultural lands beside the Goulburn River, Alexandra was a former gold rush town that now services the… Read More »Alexandra

Benalla

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Benalla is a modern city of just under 10,000 people which services the local agricultural industries. The attractive city sits… Read More »Benalla

Euroa

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Located in the Goulburn Valley at the foot of the Strathbogie Ranges, Euroa has long been a a wool producing… Read More »Euroa

Kyabram

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A town with great community spirit and located in a extremely rich Goulburn Valley irrigation district of pastoral and farming… Read More »Kyabram

Murchison

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Set amongst vineyards, orchards and dairy farms and on the banks of the Goulburn River, Murchison is a small rural… Read More »Murchison

Yea

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Yea is a rural township of around 1,000 people and a centre servicing the local farming and timber industries.  And… Read More »Yea

Seymour

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Seymour is a rural township of some 6,500 people set on rich farming land on the Goulburn River. The town… Read More »Seymour