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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

  • Great Victorian Rail Trail

    Covering more than 130 kilometres, this trail along the former railway between Tallarook and Mansfield passes through Yea and Alexandra and crosses the Goulburn River and Lake Eildon

  • High Country Maze

    Located 15 minutes south of Mansfield at Goughs Bay, there is a challenging 40x40 metre maze, enchanting gardens to explore, picnic areas and a coffee bar

  • Lake Eildon National Park

    Situated on the shores of Lake Eildon, the park features over 27,000 hectares of rugged hills with open woodlands through to dense forest, and is home to a wide variety of wildlife

  • Mansfield Zoo

    The zoo is situated on 12 hectares of picturesque parkland and features the region's largest range of native and exotic animals together with a licensed cafe, gift shop and picnic areas. This is the type of zoo where the visitors get well and truly involved in feeding the animals.

  • Mount Buller

    Located 48 kilometres from Mansfield and 29 kilometres from Merrijig, Mount Buller is the most easily accessible of Victoria's major ski resorts for those coming from Melbourne. Best known for alpine skiing, there are 9 kilometres of cross country trails and 25 lifts which give skiers and boarders access to over 80 downhill runs. Resort facilities include bars, restaurants, a supermarket, cinema and an extensive range of accommodation. During summer, the mountain is transformed into a spectacular natural wonderland with magnificent views and activities including bushwalking, abseiling, fishing horse rising and mountain biking.

  • Mount Samaria State Park

    Situated near Lake Nillahcootie between Benalla and Mansfield, the Mount Samaria range incorporates a variety of scenery with spectacular vistas over the Victorian Alps, granite outcrops, high waterfalls and historic remains

  • Mount Stirling

    Situated near Mt Buller, the alpine resort of Mount Stirling is largely undeveloped. It offers first-class cross-country skiing during the winter with around 70 kilometres of maintained trails. Snowboarding and telemark skiing can also be undertaken. Facilities at the resort include a cafe, equipment hire centre, ski school and public shelter. During the summer, the mountain blooms with wildflowers.