Driving the great touring roads of North East
Victoria and the Southern Riverina

We can't all have the Nurburgring, Stelvio Pass, or Transfagarasan Highway in our backyard, but our little corner of the world is full of great touring roads, some of which you must drive at least once in your lifetime - Darryl Starr, Albury-Wodonga

Regional drives

THOUSANDS of kilometres of interesting roads crisscross North East Victoria and the Southern Riverina, Australia's premier inland playground. The region has all the essential ingredients for the perfect road trip - stunning, ever-changing scenery, incredible attractions, welcoming cities, towns, and villages, and great, uncrowded, touring roads. So, what are you waiting for. Fill your tank and start exploring the roads we've been driving and have come to know and love for the past 54 years. - Photo: Destination NSW

Our top three regional touring drives are real gems
One of them - arguably - is the best in the country 

THERE'S plenty of scenic views that can be experienced from all these great drives and picking out the best was no easy task. It’s all about personal preference when it comes to enjoying the surrounding landscape, but our region definitely has something for everyone. Pictured left: The Great Alpine Road, our number one regional drive. This section of road photographed by Josie Withers, is between Harrietville and Mount Hotham

These shorter drives are also crackers

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Our test track
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Regional highways Riverina
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Local motoring history e-books / 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
Are we there yet Mr Holmes?

'Car Wars Down Under' by Murray Hubbard is the story of Australia's first land speed record. The 240-page book is available from leading book stores for $30

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