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REGIONAL ATTRACTIONS

Things to See & Do

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STRATHBOGIE GENERAL STORE

The Strathbogie General Store is a must. Drop in and say hello to Fiona and Andrew and their amazing team. Great coffee, food and local produce. Fully licenced.

POLLY MCQUINNS

A must see location for everyone visiting Strathbogie Tableland, Polly McQuinns Weir offers all you need for an exploratory walk, picnic outing and/or swimming. One of the best natural swimming holes in Victoria, picturesque Polly McQuinns is located on the Seven Creeks. It is four kilometres south-east of Strathbogie . There are several amenities that make the site particularly attractive for a day visit. For further detail www.strathbogie.org

MT WOMBAT LOOKOUT

 AMAZING VIEWS! Mt Wombat lookout offers excellent 360 degree views of the area from the plateau on top of Mt Wombat (799 metres). The Waranga Basin and Goulburn Weir at Nagambie are both visible from the lookout. It is reached from Euroa-Strathbogie Road. The turn-off is signposted and road allows you to drive right to the top. Alternatively you can park halfway up and enjoy a pleasant walk. There are picnic spots along the way.

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BRIDGE TO BRIDGE WALK

Adjacent to Strathbogie township, this beautiful 2.2km return bush-walk travels alongside permanent waterways through soaring swamp, peppermint and manna gum forest.

For full details www.strathbogie.org

AERONAUTICAL SIGN

Erected in 1936 by local school students and recently featured in The Age as one of the quirkiest things in Victoria's Heritage Register (see article below from The Euroa Gazette). There is also another interesting article by The Gazette at the following link https://www.northeasttouristnews.com.au/.../strathbogie...

HERITAGE TRAIL

Want to learn more about the rich history of this area, then don't miss out on taking a stroll around town to read the 11 Interpretative Panels on display.

CAR BOOT SALE

Boho South Car Boot Sale on Saturday 4th - 8am-1pm. Why not be an early bird and get there at 8am so you can make it back to the Croquet? $10 per site should you wish to participate. Devonshire teas and a display of Art Work by Echuca artist Anne Roberts. All proceeds go to the Boho South Hall Committee for ongoing repairs and maintenance.

Enquiries to Tonidown4@gmail.com or mobile 0457609827

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