Melbourne to King Valley

As wonderful as Melbourne is, it is a busy, bustling city, and sometimes, you find that you just need a break from the buzz of activity around you and escape to somewhere where you can relax a bit more and breathe a bit easier. After you find a Europcar depot in Melbourne and get yourself a car hire, you are ready to hit the road for the call of the King Valley.
The Nectar of the Gods

The vineyards located in King Valley make up some of the most popular of the area’s attractions. Many people come here to visit the vintners operating out of the location, some of which have been in operation since 1889. Today, there are more than 70 families operating out of the King Valley, and the land area used by these vintners for their wine represent over half of the plantings in the North East Victoria area.

At many of the wineries, you can also purchase or sample fresh local produce. Many of the winemakers also create gourmet foods, all set amid the natural beauty of the King Valley region. Tours are available, and if you time it just right, you might be able to partake in one of the wonderful festivals held throughout the year.

For more information on King Valley’s winemakers, click here.

Lake William Hovell

Lake William Hovell is a great location for those who want to experience some unparalleled fishing and boating. This beautiful area also contains walking and biking trails through the mountains and more gorgeous natural scenery than you’ll know what to do with. Check this link to learn a bit more about Lake William Hovell.

Paradise and Little Falls

A little off the beaten path is a set of beautiful falls known as Paradise Falls. During the winter and spring, the mountain snows melt and spill over the falls in a beautiful display of nature’s glory. Close to Paradise Falls is another set of falls known as Little Falls. While not as impressive as the majestic Paradise Falls, Little Falls has its own amazing and charming beauty.

You can get more information about Paradise Falls here.

Mount Cobbler

Rising over 1600 metres above sea level, Mount Cobbler is an impressive mountain located in the Alpine National Park. The mountain stands near the similarly named Lake Cobbler, which can be reached via a 4-wheel drive track, and from the lake, the mountain can be reached by a hiking trail. Another trail leads to Dandongadale Falls, the highest waterfall in Victoria.

More information about Mount Cobbler can be found here.

Bike Rides or Walks around Whitfield

Set in the centre of King Valley’s wine country, Whitfield is a picturesque little valley well-known for its annual King Valley Virgin Wine, Food and Arts Festival. Less well-known, but just as impressive, are the many biking and hiking trails located throughout the area around Whitfield. This will give you a great chance to get to know the lay of the land and experience the beauty of nature.

For more information on Whitfield, click here.

Roughing It

Of course, one of the best ways to get in touch with nature is to spend some time actually living in it. Fortunately, the King Valley region offers a wide variety of excellent camping grounds scattered throughout.

When looking for camping supplies, it is essential that you get in touch with experts, such as those atWangaratta Camping World or Adventure Camping & Fishing, for your camping gear and some advice on the best way to go about having your camping adventure. Of course, location is important as well, and you need an area that can cater to everyone and everything, from singles to large reunions, such as Painters Island Caravan Park.

Get Out and Enjoy Life

Life is what happens when you live it, so it’s important to get away from the routine and get back to nature on occasion. With a fine selection of wineries and other fun activities such as camping, a holiday to King Valley may be just what you need to unwind and refresh those batteries.