You don't have to be fit, an avid cyclist, or even have your own bike to enjoy Pedal to Produce. All that's required is a taste for luscious, farm fresh produce, exceptional local wines and carefully crafted foods.
Pedal to Produce offers three destinations, all with rich, distinct offerings spanning across wine, preserves, honey and mead, restaurants, organic meats, gin and much more.
For those looking to unwind, recharge and treat themselves, the High Country is the prefect place to find your zen.
From the spa that offers it all - treatments, natural products, mangeseum pools and luxurious accommodation, to the humble yoga/ natural therapies clinic or local boutique selling natural, hand made goodies, you're sure to find your 'happy place.'
Looking for some inspiration, there are High Country experiences suited to just about everyone.
Full of warmth and generosity, Katrina welcomes you into her world, where seasonal ingredients, classic skills and sharing the end result with loved ones are paramount.
From Prosecco matching classes to e-bike adventures and luxurious glamping, seven new Prosecco Road experiences await you this Spring. Make a long weekend of the Melbourne Cup holiday this year and spend it in the beautiful King Valley.
Escape to the source and let the High Country feed you. You will be welcomed with open arms, and won’t be left hungry.
Join winemakers Nathan Kinzbrunner (Giaconda) and Stephen Morris (Pennyweight Wines) for a journey into a major hallmark of Beechworth wine – spice.
Hamish Nugent and partner Rachel Reed are the brains and brut behind Bright’s Reed & Co Distillery.