What are the best tourist attractions in the Strathbogie Shire?

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What makes the Strathbogie Shire such a great place to visit? 

We are developing a tourism app which will give visitors the information they need to appreciate the awesomeness that is the Strathbogie Shire! 

It aims to get visitors to stay in our region longer by directing them to a variety of attractions, dining experiences, events and trails based on their interests. 

We need your help! We want to you to tell us your Strathbogie Shire hot spots! Whether it is places to eat, natural beauties, tourist attractions or local events, we want to know! 

Ideas will be put forward to be included in the app. 

 

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8 months ago

In my last post I forgot to mention the Avenel Maze. This is a great family activity, full of Ned Kelly history. Go to avenelmaze.com.au for full information.

8 months ago

The Euroa pool.

8 months ago

The natural environment...granite rocks, grand old eucalypts, creek running through the town of Euroa, The Arboretum Reserve, Strathbogie Forest, at least 100 different birds along Seven’s Creek, Walking track along Seven’s Creek, museum, historic buildings, excellent meal and coffee choices, friendly people.

8 months ago

Visitors to Avenel just love coming to Bank Street. Not only the Bank Street Wood-fired Pizza but also now to the newly re-opened Harvest Home Hotel.
Bank Street is also well known for our butcher "Scottie" where people come from very long distances just to stock up on their meat supplies and a friendly chat.
Right next door is "The Butcher's Table" a weekend café serving tasty food and coffee from breakfast time to mid afternoon.
On an historical note, there are heritage buildings to see: The Avenel Court House and Police Residence in Queen Street, the 1859 six-arch stone b...

8 months ago

Natural Beauties for walking, biking, picnicking, recreational activities, wildlife refuges etc. Strathbogie Forest, Gooram Falls, Polly McQuinns, Mt Wombat, Sevens Creeks, Euroa Arboretum

Places to Dine Out: Euroa Butter Factory, Northern Republic, Seven Creeks Hotel, Ruffy Store, Avenel Pizza, Tahbilk Wetlands Café, Mitchelton Winery

Places to Exercise: see above "Natural Beauties" as well as Euroa Swimming Pool, Balmattum Hill

Other places of interest: Euroa Memorial Oval, Swaggie/Shelter Tree, Aboriginal Art sites, Canoe/Scar trees, Euroa Library, Euroa Heritage Tr...

8 months ago

Quality walking trails, adequately promoted and signed with seating provided. The Office of Environment and Heritage in NSW says that you get the best visitor numbers and 'bang for your buck' if you put in serviceable infrastructure and the best of that sort of thing is in fact picnic tables. So, put in picnic tables. Ask Apex and the Men's Shed to get involved. Council could do this all along the Sevens Creek and also up at Mount Wombat which has the best view over central Victoria for miles.

8 months ago

It seems this site doesn't accept anything longer than a sentence.
I have just doubled the number of submissions from 2 to 4 and there is only 13 days still to go - what is the Council doing to get people to comment?

8 months ago

Euroa Arboretum urban forest, regeneration sites, lake, sculptures.

8 months ago

I just tried to submit an idea and the site froze and wouldn't accept it.

8 months ago

Farmers Arms Museum at Euroa has an amazing array of items from years gone by

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