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OF TOURIST ATTRACTIONS COMMENCING WITH THE LETTER
Albury Wodonga Table Tennis Assoc. Albury, 0260 416 034
Yarrawonga Table Tennis Assoc, Yarrawonga, 0357 442 662
Masons Fishing Shop, Lavington
Albury Tai Chai, Albury, 0260 211 374
TALKING BUS TOUR
Beechworth Talking Bus Tour, Beechworth, 0357 281 374
TALLANGATTA TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Things to do and see in Tallangatta
A beautiful, huge tapestry, showing Beechworth's History is on display at the Beechworth Tourist Information Centre.
Albury Wodonga Gun Club, Albury, 0260 213 426
Albury Wodonga Small Bore Rifle Club, Albury, 0260 253 687
Sporting Shooters Association, Wodonga, 0260 246 608
Albury Wodonga Clay Target Club, Albury, 0260 213 426
Hume Pistol Club, Albury, 0260 252 000
Beechworth Scottish Shop
Chiltern Scottish Shop
An aboriginal rock drawing of a Tasmanian Tiger
A well preserved Tasmanian Tiger is on display at the Burke Museum, Beechworth.
A speciality of the North East Wineries.
Apple Tree Cottage Beechworth, 0357 281 044
The Craft Co-Operative of Mansfield, Mansfield,
The Bear House, Mansfield, 0357 751 573
Albury Tennis Assoc, Albury, 0260 213 514
Benalla Lawn Tennis Club, Benalla, 0357 622 434
Corowa Lawn Tennis Club, Corowa, 0260 333 559
Corryong Tennis Club, Corryong, 0260 761 081
Khancoban Country Club, khancoban, 0260 769 468
Mt Beauty Tennis Club, Mt Beauty, 0357 541 376
Walwa Tennis club, Walwa, 0260 371 291
Wangaratta tennis Club, Wangaratta, 0357 212 438
Wodonga Tennis Centre, Wodonga, 0260 246 354
TENNIS HALF COURT
Lots O Fun Amusement Park, Bright, 0357 551 137
Twin Cities Ten Pin Bowling, Wodonga, 0260 247 022
Albury Ten Pin Bowling, Albury, 0260 212 968
Termite mounds may be seen in the Chiltern White Box Forest Walk, along with the termite eaters, the Echidnas.
A large display of telephones is on display at the Yackandandah Vintage Sound Museum.
Australian Country Spinners, Wangaratta, 0357 212 111
Bruck Textiles, Wangaratta, 0357 212 151
Macquarrie Textiles, Albury, 0260 430 200
Alexandra Cinema, Alexandra, 0357 722 559
Cinema Centre, Albury, 0260 213 044
Historic Grapevine Theatre, Chiltern, 0357 261 395
Mansfield Cinema, Mansfield, 0357 752 049
Swanpool Historic Theatre, Swanpool/ Benalla, 0357 682 415
Wangaratta Cinema Centre, Wangaratta, 0357 215 555
Yarrawonga Drive In Theatre, Yarrawonga, 0357 431 731
TIGER MOTH JOY FLIGHTS
Tobacco displays and farms are at Myrtleford. Call in to the Ponderosa Tourist Information Centre for more details.
Toboggan rides or hire available at most high country venues.
Torpedo and submarine displays at Holbrook.
TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRES
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One of many expensive gemstones still being found by fossickers in Reedy Creek.
Australian Alps Wilderness Tours, Tallangatta, 0260 712 800
Beechworth Mine & Mountain Tours, Beechworth, 0357 282 590
Beechworth Harley Heritage Tours, Beechworth, 018 085 579
Beechworth Talking Bus Tour, Beechworth, 0357 281 374
Omeo Booking Service, 4 Wheel Drive & Historical Tours, Omeo, 0351 591 600
Pyles High Country Tours, Tawonga, Mt Beauty, 0357 544 024
Riverside Camping, Bush & Nature Tours, 2060 413 959
Rutherglen Grapevine Getaways Mini Bus Tour
Tag A Long Tours, Albury, 0260 256 494
Wondilagon Vintage Tours, Wandilagon, Bright, 0357 551 538
El Dorado Rocking Horses, El Dorado, Wangaratta, 0357 251 556
Wombi Toys, Whorouly, Milawa, 0357 271 345
Okey's Toy Warehouse, Albury, 0260 218 822
Okey's Toy Warehouse, Wodonga, 0260 563 103
Alexandra Sports & Toy Centre, Alexandra, 0357 721 719
Brosters Toys & Hobbies, Wangaratta, 0357 218 708
Toy Station of Mansfield, Mansfield, 0357 751 377
Toyworld, Benalla, 0357 622 272
TRAIL, RAIL TRAIL
THE MURRAY TO THE MOUNTAINS RAIL TRAIL
When finished, this trail will follow the path of the old railway tracks and will go from Bright all the way to Wahgunyah, near Corowa, a distance of approximately 130 kilometres.
Beechworth to Everton Station. ( Completed )
The path commences at Beechworth near the Lake Sambell Reserve, and passes the Chinese Gardens, over Camp Street near the Croquet Club, past the Beechworth Railway Station and on to Everton, a distance of approximately 16 Km.
Everton Station to Wangaratta
From Everton to Bowser is approximately 19 Km, and from Bowser to Wangaratta is 7 Km.
The path from Everton Station to Bowser is along the old railway track, passing through Tarrawingee Station and Londrigan. The track from Bowser to Wangaratta is along the old Hume Highway.
Bright to Wangaratta Rail Trail Bicycle Path
The trail commences at the old Bright Railway Station, and follows the Great Alpine Road to Everton, passing Porepunkah, Eurobin, Myrtleford, Gapstead, Brookfield, and diverging north to meet the Beechworth Train line at Everton Railway Station. The railway line actually bypasses Everton to the north east by approximately 800 metres. The whole trail when finished will be fully ashphalted and perfect for cycling.
Wangaratta to Wahgunyah ( Not Commenced at this time )
The scheduled route is from Bowser ( North Wangaratta ) along the road system to Springhurst, and from there along the old railway line to Lillyput , Rutherglen and Wahgunyah.
A return route is planned as coming along a road system by travelling along the Murray River for a while, past Lake Moodemere, then heading towards Peechelba East, there joining the old train line and travelling through Boorhaman to Bowser.
Black Spur Riding School ( Narbethong )
Bright Trail Rides, Bright, 0357 551 896
High Country Camel Treks, Mansfield, 0357 751 591
Alpine Llama Tours, Dinner Plain, 0351 596 451
Freeburg Trail Rides, Freeburg, Bright, 0357 551 370
Belle Margurita Trail Rides, Mt Beauty, 0357 544 348
Jamieson Howqua Trail Rides, Jamieson, Mansfield, 0357 770 728
Khancoban Trail Rides, Tom Groggin, Khancoban, 0260 769 455
Lake Hume Model Engineers, Wodonga,
Lots A Fun Amusement Park, Mulwala, 0357 442 033
Around the region there are some famous and special trees.
Albury has the tree the Famous Explorers Hume and Hovell marked on their exploration from Sydney to "Geelong" on the 17th November 1824.
Chiltern has a whole forest specially preserved for the Mugga Ironbark and the White Box Trees.
There are two Lemon Scented Ghost Gums planted at Everton Station and Tarrawingee Station in 1901 to celebrate Federation. These two trees can now be seen on the rail trail.
Myrtleford has three tourist trees. The Sculptured Phoenix Tree, the Big Tree, and the 100 year old Lindon Tree.
Marysville has the tallest tree in the Southern Hemisphere, a huge Mountain Ash standing nearly 300 feet high.
Buxton Trout Farm
Black Range Trout Farm, King Valley, 0357 293 508
Crystal Waters Trout Farm, Harrietville, Bright, 0357 592 557
Eskdale Trout Farm, Eskdale, Mitta Mitta, 0260 720 405
Hume Weir Trout Farm, Hume Weir, Albury, 0260 264 334
Upper Murray Fish Farm, Nariel Upper, Corryong, 0260 771 295
TROY WEIGHT SYSTEM
Troy Weight was a system of weights used for precious metals and gems designed in France, and the pound weight was adopted in England in the 14th Century.
A complete set of instruments used by government authorities to check the retailers weights and measures is on display at the Rutherglen Common School Museum.
Measures include, 3 barleycorns equals one inch, 3 inches is one palm, 4 inches is one hand, 9 inches is one span, and so on.
Weights include 20grains is one scruple, 3 scruples is one dram, 8 drams equals one ounce.
Just behind the Silver Waters Caravan Park at Beechworth are two tunnels called Heaven and Hell. They were cut through the granite hillside to allow water to flow through the hill to be used in the mining of gold. Currently you may walk through the top tunnel, Heaven, but you will need a good torch.
At the Woolshed Falls , there is a unique walk that commences at the bottom of the carpark and starts heading back to Beechworth. About 300 metres along the walk you look down a cliff and can see a Diversion Tunnel the gold miners dug through the granite to divert the stream away from their gold diggings.
Rocky Mountain Tunnel
At Beechworth the miners in 1856 dug a tunnel from Lake Sambel all the way under Beechworth and out into the Gorge. It took two and a half years to build. This tunnel was built to drain all the sludge away from the gold mine at the Lake, and deposit it in the Reedy Creek in the Gorge. Currently the tunnel is used simply as a drain, and the entrance can be seen at the Chinese Gardens, near Lake Sambel. The exit can be seen about 400 metres from the exit of the Gorge Road.
This unusual bird can be seen at the
Bullers Bird Park, Rutherglen
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