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  • Alpine National Park

    Victoria's largest national park with the state's highest mountains, scenic alpine areas and snowfields, supporting a diverse range of animals and vegetation

  • Dinner Plain

    Situated 44 kilometres from Omeo, the picturesque Alpine village of Dinner Plain has an extensive collection of cross country ski trails. There is a snow park which provides a fun and safe environment for kids and beginners to experience the snow. Resort facilities include a selection of shops and hire outlets, restaurants, a supermarket, day spa and a range of accommodation options. During the warmer months, visitors can enjoy tennis, fishing, bushwalking and bike riding trails.

  • Mount Hotham

    Located 11 kilometres past Dinner Plain, Mount Hotham is an alpine village which receives higher natural snowfalls than any other Victorian ski resort. It is set atop a ridge overlooking the surrounding countryside with more than 80 ski runs and 13 lifts in operation when conditions are at their peak. As well as offering outstanding ski and snowboarding terrain, there are first class resort facilities including supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, bars, snow gear hire outlets, and accommodation for thousands of people ranging from motels to lodges and chalets. During the summer, enjoy bushwalking, road cycling, cross country mountain biking and challenging 4WD tracks.

  • Omeo Historic Park & Museum

    This heritage-listed building is home to a historical society museum that showcases the significance of the East Gippsland area throughout Victorian history. The museum offers artefacts relevant to some of the earliest law and order rulings in Victoria post settlement, along with a local history collection lovingly managed by the Omeo Historical Society.

  • Oriental Claims Historic Area

    This park features caves, mines and other remnants of the area's gold-sluicing operation days, with several walking tracks, a lookout and BBQ facilities