Touring the North East Region
Deer & Emu Farm - Red Stag Restaurant
Just off the Alpine Road between Bright and Myrtleford in Hughs Lane Eurobin is the Snowline Red Deer Stud and Tourist Farm established in 1987. This 375 acre commercial farm has magnificent views to Mt Buffalo and borders Mt Buffalo National Park. A unique opportunity is offered for visitors to feed, touch and learn about these magnificent animals. In the Red Stag licensed restaurant Devonshire teas and venison pies are a specialty plus browse their great gift shop.
Open daily 10am-4.30pm | Dinners for groups 25+ by appointment. Please phone +61 3 5756 2365 for information and bookings.
Mt Pilot Tourist Farm & Rail Trail
One hour trail rides for riders of all abilities from first time riders to experienced riders. Mount Pilot is only about 10 minutes from Beechworth. For information and bookings phone Ray or Rosemary on 03 5728 1655, bookings essential.
Through this adventure company you can do a range of activities including: gold panning, goldfields history tours, abseiling, rock climbing, aboriginal heritage and art site tours, bushwalking and school holiday adventure programs at Mt. Buffalo National Park.
For bookings contact Tour Guide David Chitty on 0419 280 614.
Karr's Reef Gold Mine
Yackandandah now has a gold experience that will take you on a guided tour of an underground gold mine dating back to 1867. The tour departs from the Yackandandah Visitor Information Centre in High St where you will travel by 4WD bus into the mountains to the historic mine site. Your tour guide will share the stories and history of many sites along the way and then deep into the amazing Karrs Reef Goldmine – which still has many original pieces of machinery and tools used during this goldmining era on display.
For more information visit www.uniqueyackandandah.com.au
Nestled in the foothills of the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park, this 3 acre garden is comprised of many rooms each with its own character and style, crammed with an extensive collection of native and exotic plants. Unusal bulbs, ornamental grasses, succulents, perennials, water plants and an interesting range of flowering tress, shrubs and an extensive collection of coloured foliage plants make this a garden for all seasons. Humming with wildlife, many native birds find sanctuary in the leafy borders.
Opening Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday & Public Holidays. Bus groups welcome by appointment.
Finding Harmony with Horses - Horse Riding in Myrtleford
Kylie Dearden is the owner and founder of this horse instructing business helps horse and rider become one in harmony. She is a qualified Equestrian Australia Coach horse instructor and also has a certificate in Equine Industry. Kylie is happy for you to bring you own horse or she will provide you with one suitable. Other services include children fun rides, bonding with horses, riding over poles and riding lessons for beginners of all ages. www.findingharmonywithhorses.com.au