GLENROWAN

Most people would recall Glenrowan as the location of the last stand of the infamous bushranger, Ned Kelly. We urge you to dig a little deeper and take to the tasting trails of the region, where you will discover some of Australia's oldest vines, charming cellar doors and craft brewery, and delicious local gourmet delights. The combination of this iconic Australian history and handcrafted produce make for the perfect weekend getaway.

YOUR HOME
AWAY
FROM HOME

INSPIRE
YOUR
IMAGINATION

NEW WINES
FROM
OLD VINES

STEP IN
A NEW
DIRECTION

WARBY FALLS
HERITAGE
WALK

It's a steep walk (grade 4) but will only take you 2.5 hours to arrive at Booths Taminick Cellars/ Black Dog Brewery - worth it! Here you can enjoy a wine and/ or beer tasting and platter prepared by the Booth family as you look out across the vines.

HERITAGE
SIEGE
PRECINCT

In this self-guided walk, you will witness the key sites of the final siege and Kelly conflict., Australia's most famous bushranger gang.

Pickup a Glenrowan brochure from Wangaratta Visitor information or Glenrowan Vintage Hall.

VISIT
GLENROWAN

For a hefty dose of history with a side of gorgeous Australian nature, Glenrowan will not disappoint.

Browse the listings below for more information, or visit the Visit Wangaratta (Glenrowan) website.