North East Victoria and the Southern Riverina


 . . . and other interesting stuff

THOUSANDS of kilometres of exciting roads criss-cross Australia's greatest inland playground. We have been driving them for years and still have some to tick off. So, what are you waiting for? Fill your tank and come explore them with us. (Photo: Craig's Hut, Mount Stirling, Victorian High Country)

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Regional highways Riverina

HOW far is it from here to there? Where is the closest tourist information centre? We have the answers

FROM the Murray to the Murrumbidgee, we have it covered. Adventure, fun, food, wine, and history. The region has it all

THE six major highways which cross the region play a major role in transporting goods, locals, visitors and tourists

GOING for a drive? Let the kids decide where to go with a fun way to fill in the day. See if they can outsmart us

AUSTRALIA'S best-known bushrangers roamed our region. Our handy map lets you follow in their footsteps

WALK them, ride them, horse ride them. Our region has established and planned rail trails. Find out where they are

Great Alpine Road
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THE Great Alpine Road should be on everyone's bucket list to drive. We tell you why, and what you will see along the way

VICTORIA'S best valleys are to be found in the North East region. The six valleys are magnificent and are interconnected

THESE short to medium roads are the drives you never knew you needed - until now. Try one and you will want more

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NOT well know but well worth the drive, especially if you are looking for an alternative to the boring Hume Freeway

AS its name implies, the Great River Road follows the Murray River upstream to the stunning Man from Snowy River country 

OUR region is a foodies and wine-lovers heaven. Gourmet regions, award-winning wineries and beer trails abound

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Our test track

Local motoring history e-books 

'The Thomson Diary', 'A spirit of progress - 110 years of motoring in Albury-Wodonga', and 'Are we there yet, Mr Holmes?', are popular local motoring history e-books that are free to read online. Click on a book cover and wait a few moments for the book to load.

Thomson diary
A spirit of progress
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