• Swimming Pool
  • Free Parking
  • High-Speed WIFI
  • Free Bike Rentals
  • Close To Shops
  • Breakfast Market
  • BBQ Facilities With Outdoor Setting
  • Secured Bike Storage Room

Every direction is a new adventure in Wangaratta! 

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Fabulous Food And Fine Wine At Beechworth

Beechworth is a scenic 30-minute drive from Wangaratta. A quick detour to Eldorado you’ll see one of the southern hemisphere's largest floating dredges. An amazing look into the history of gold in the area. When you get to Beechworth the choice of eateries is endless. Stop by “Project 49” for a coffee and light breakfast. Stroll along the historic main street for some retail therapy, watch the bees make honey at “The Beechworth Honey Shop” or step back in time at the “Historic Beechw

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Adventure Awaits At Myrtleford And Mount Buffalo

The Myrtleford area is famous for its history of growing tobacco and you can see an original “Kiln” as you enter the town. Grab some morning tea at the “Myrtleford Bakehouse” and relax at “Jubilee Park”. On the way to Bright stop at the “Australian Pumpkin Seed Company” and try some chocolate-coated pumpkin seeds. Your next stop is the picturesque town of Bright where the creeks sparkle and the trees are spectacular in Autumn. This is a great place to jump on your bike or hire on

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Wine And Dine At Milawa And King Valley

If your taste buds would like a treat, explore the “Milawa Gourmet Region” with Wineries, farms, restaurants, and local produce. Try the “Milawa Cheese Factory”, “Brown Brothers Winery”,” Sam Miranda Winery”, “Milawa Bakery”, “Milawa Providore”, and the “King River Café”. The “King Valley” is a little piece of Italy and is Australia’s home to Italian wine varieties. It is a must-do for foodies and wine lovers. There are several wineries where you can taste t

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Feast Your Eyes With Art And History At Glenrowan And Winton Wetlands

Glenrowan is the town where the infamous Ned Kelly was captured in 1880. The streets are full of history and little shops and eateries. Don’t forget to get a photo in front of the 6-meter-high Ned Kelly statue. The “Winton Wetlands” is the largest wetland restoration project in the Southern Hemisphere. It is a thriving location for plants, animals, and visitor experiences. You can walk, cycle or drive the various tracks and discover the infamous “art in the landscape” and maybe even

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Trails And Parks For Endless Explorations

There are numerous bike trails including the start of the “North East Rail trail”. “Parkview Motor Inn” offers free bike hire and a *shuttle service (*subject to availability) to nearby towns so you can explore our region in a different way. There are several walking/riding tracks around and through our great town. The “Ovens River” and “King River” meet in the center of Wangaratta and offer you some safe and fun swimming places. Maybe you might like to play 18 holes at our two g

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Arts, Music, History And Activities For All Ages

The state-of-the-art “Performing Art Centre” has regular live performances, and we have numerous galleries and a cultural precinct. We also have the famous “Jazz Festival” on the last weekend of October each year, a must-do if you love Jazz and Blues. “Apex Park” has a new and exciting play space for the kids and for the bigger kids a brand new “Parkour” park. In summer the place to be is the “Splash Park” or the “Sports and Aquatic Centre” which offers year-round wate

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