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Little River Wines of Taggerty

Estate Vineyard, 20 Sharrock Court, Taggerty VIC 3714
In the secluded Little River valley in Taggerty, in a park like setting below the majestic Cathedral Ranges, Philip and Christine Challen established a vineyard in 1986. Subsequently they have been making low volume still and sparkling wines based on strict permaculture and organic principles. In an era of globalisation and the acquisition of smaller brands by multinational corporations, to visit the vineyard, taste the individual character of the wines and discuss the craft of winemaking with the makers is an experience to be savoured. There is nothing the owners enjoy more than to share the fruits of their labours and welcome visitors to Little River Wines of Taggerty. Please call or email to arrange a personal invitation to experience handcrafted wines of quality, distinction and value at a time that suits you. Members of Murrindindi Food and Wine Inc and Upper Goulburn Winegrowers Association.
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Cathedral Range State Park

Cathedral, Taggerty VIC 3714
The Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges region is home to some of Victoria's most impressive tall forests. Once logged to make masts for ships, the area is now a haven for lyrebirds, and a great place to walk, cycle, picnic or sit and relax. Follow the many walks and trails through stands of towering 100 metre high mountain ash, undulating seas of tree ferns, across clear gushing streams and past thundering waterfalls. And for those not keen to leave the comfort of their car, some of the best scenery is accessible by road too. The Cathedral Range is a spectacular 7 km ridge of sharply upturned sedimentary rock. A variety of walking tracks offer the opportunity to climb the peaks and enjoy views of the forests and farmland in the valley below. Things to do - The park is ideal for bushwalking, rock climbing, fishing and camping. - Walking tracks lead to all the major features of the park and range in difficulty from an easy walk along the Little River between Neds Gully and Cooks Mill to the very challenging, steep walk between Sugarloaf Saddle and Sugarloaf Peak which involves climbing up rock faces Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.
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Alexandra Timber Tramway

5 Station Street, Alexandra VIC 3714
Alexandra Timber Tramway and museum features local timber history from the Rubicon Forest and other historical displays from one of the largest machinery collections in Australia. The museum's two main events are the Easter Gala and the Heritage Machinery Festival on the second Saturday in September. There are many children's activities including a picnic area, and visitors can access the Great Victorian Rail Trail from the site. The Alexandra Market is held at the museum on the second Saturday of each month from September to May and features a large variety of stalls and train rides. The museum opens from 10L:00am till 4:00pm with steam train rides on the second Sunday of each month and diesel powered train rides on the fourth Sunday. Groups and families welcome.

Alexandra Quilt Exhibition

Alexandra, Alexandra VIC 3714
It is some three decades now since a very talented local lady by the name Shirley Hibbert held patchwork classes at the local Adult Education Center. One wonders if she knew then, that all these years later, her inspiration is still strong and flourishing in Alexandra. Friendships forged then are still alive today and the group has grown into an incorporated body of fifty people, some travelling many miles to enjoy the creative camaraderie which abounds. Alexandra Quilters Inc. is a not for profit friendship group that comes together to share the joy of patchwork and quilting. On the first Saturday and third Monday night of every month. For a small joining fee, ladies enjoy membership with Victorian Quilters Inc. the use of an extensive library, organised activities such as retreats and trips and participation in friendship rounds, whereby they help each other to piece together a quilt learning new techniques as they go....

BIG4 Taggerty Holiday Park

3380 Maroondah Highway, Taggerty VIC 3714
BIG4 Taggerty Holiday Park is a country park on the stunning banks of the Acheron River at Taggerty in North Eastern Victoria. Located at the foothills of the Cathedral Ranges and central to Lake Mountain and towns such as Marysville, Alexandra, Lake Eildon, Yea and Narbethong. The Park is only 40 minutes from Lake Mountain snow fields and is a great base for the winter wonderland. BIG4 Taggerty Holiday Park offers a range of self contained cabins and powered or unpowered sites, all in a lovely rural setting. Whether you choose the top of the range Riverfront Cabins or one of the generous sites, you have access to great facilities and country hospitality. There are plenty of activities including a swimming pool, adventure playground, two tennis courts, mini-golf, jumping pillow, fishing, fossil dig, giant chess set, games room, pedal cart hire, DVD hire and a large playing field for cricket or football and you may even spy a platypus in the Acheron River. Local attractions and activities include bush walking in the Cathedral Range, snow skiing and tobogganing on Lake Mountain, water skiing or canoeing on Lake Eildon, visiting local wineries and markets, bike riding and horse riding....

Alexandra Market

Station Street, Alexandra VIC 3714
The Alexandra Market and is held in the grounds of the former railway station in Station Street, Alexandra. Open to all types of stalls, such as fruit and veg, crafts, plants and herbs, jewellery and produce. Market season is from September to May on the second Saturday of each month from 9.00am to 1.00pm. Cost per stall is $20.00 with free parking for stallholders. Grounds are open from 6.00am. Advertising for the Market is through local media and is a free service for stallholders. Sellers of shelf-stable foods such as cakes, biscuits, jams or chutneys, sausage sizzles or barbecues must be registered through 'Streatrader' and have approval from local council. Contact your local council's Environmental Health Department for further information. A letter of approval should be carried with you, as inspectors may visit anytime. The market also has a 'Safety at the Alexandra Community Market: Guide to Stallholders' manual. The Timber Tramway runs a train on market days. Barbecue food is available as well as tea, coffee and cold drinks....