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  • Good Times Tours

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    Specialising in taking small groups on affordable weekend adventures of Victoria's North East. From 2 day wine tours of Milawa, Rutherglen and the King Valley to cycling the rail trails or tackling the Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing.

  • Riding High Cycling Tours

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    Experience a personalised cycling tour of north-eastern Victoria. Tours are conducted along the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, quiet country roads through the Milawa Gourmet Region and around Lake Hume.

  • River Tribe Adventures

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    River Tribe Adventures offer a range of outdoor experiences in north-east Victoria. Explore the Ovens River on a guided or self-guided kayak tour. Cycle the Murray To Mountains Rail Trail with bicycle hire and transport provided. Enjoy a sailing adventure on a boat or kayak on Lake Mulwala at Yarrawonga. Tour the wineries and gourmet food producers of Rutherglen, Milawa and the King Valley. Sample the region's famed breweries at Beechworth and Bright. All experiences ideal for couples, families or groups.

  • Sticks & Stones Adventures

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    Join a small tour to exclusive locations around the Beechworth and Yackandandah area. Immerse yourself in the natural landscape and enjoy gourmet local produce.

  • Tour de Vines

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    Experience an easy, gourmet-oriented cycling tour along the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail between Beechworth and Bright, stopping at wineries, bakeries and pubs along the way and experiencing local gourmet treats. A cycling tour between Beechworth and the gourmet hub of Milawa is also available.

  • Twisted History Tours

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    Uncover the darker side of Victoria's history. Take a ghost tour at night of the former Mayday Hills lunatic asylum at Beechworth or the old Geelong gaol, where you will be haunted by stories and myths about people that were housed in these institutions in the 19th century.