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High Country

At the southern end of the Great Dividing Range, the Victoria alpine areas have ample snow fields for both alpine and cross country skiing. In addition to the snow, is in fact a wondrous place all year round with striking mountain views and several historic towns and villages with gold mining histories, welcoming tourists.

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

Falls Creek

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The Falls Creek Alpine Resort sits adjacent to the Alpine National Park and accessible from Mount Beauty, some 20 kilometers away.  The resort… Read More »Falls Creek

Marysville

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Marysville is the gateway to the northern reaches of the Yarra Ranges National Park and the Victorian Alps, Virtually destroyed… Read More »Marysville

Mount Hotham

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With Mount Feathertop and Harrietville to the north and the Omeo to the east, Mount Hotham is a popular skiing destination in winter and offering the… Read More »Mount Hotham

Bright

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Set in a valley surrounded by alpine mountains and close to the Ovens River, the small township of somewhere around… Read More »Bright

Beechworth

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Beechworth is a modern town of close to 3,000 people with a host of 19th century heritage buildings, a gold… Read More »Beechworth

Omeo

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At the junction of the Great Alpine Road and the Omeo Highway, the township is ideally suited as a base… Read More »Omeo

Mount Stirling

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Adjacent to Mount Buller and an hours drive from Mansfield in the west, Mount Stirling reaches an elevation of 1,749m at its peak.  There… Read More »Mount Stirling