WALK
HIGH
COUNTRY

Victoria's High Country is a place of high mountains, deep valleys and crystal clear waters. From bright skies and cool mountains in summer to the kaleidoscope of colour in autumn, experience four real seasons up close and personal - at ground level - in the High Country.

WALK ON
THE WILDER
SIDE

EAT, SLEEP
& BREATHE
NATURE

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TO
EXPLORE

FIND
YOUR
OASIS

10 THINGS
TO DO IN
SUMMER

Each season in Victoria’s High Country brings with it something new to explore.

Camp amid Mount Buffalo’s snow gums, launch out on Lake Catani with a canoe or fishing rod, or chase thrills and spills mountain biking at Mt Buller.

CHASING
WATERFALLS

There's something magical that captures us all when it comes to waterfalls - one of the purest examples of nature's beauty (and sometimes ferocity)!

HIGH COUNTRY
CATTLEMEN
HUTS

The High Country is well known for its vast collection of iconic Australian huts. Witness their rustic charm and marvel at their extensive histories, some even dating back to the 1860's! Every hut has a story to tell.

Saddle up and sip around the High Country

Horse Riding

Top 10 Things to do in Summer You’ll discover high mountain trails, icy mountain streams and the sense of peace...
Pedal to produce

Top Spots to Pedal ‘n’ Dip

Top 10 Things to do in Summer Pack your bathers in your bike basket for the region’s Top Pedal ‘n’...
Abseil Mt Buffalo

Abseiling, Rock Climbing & Caving on Mount Buffalo

Top 10 Things to do in Summer Rock climbing and abseiling If adventure is your game then Mount Buffalo offers...

TOP 10 THINGS
TO DO WITH
KIDS

Ever met a white lion? Or had a sleepover with a monkey? How about hooking your own dinner or hitting the slopes of the snowfields?

Kids can do all this and more in the High Country outdoors.

Camping, river swimming and fishing, hiking, horse riding and water sports are all popular family activities in the North East. Venture a little further, and you'll discover these top activities to do with kids outdoors.

Ever met a white lion? Or had a sleepover with a monkey? How about hooking your own dinner or hitting the slopes of the snowfields?

Kids can do all this and more in the High Country outdoors.