You may think we are biased, but that won’t stop us from saying that Nagambie is easily one of the best destinations within a 90-minute drive from Melbourne.
You can explore this iconic region full of wine, waterways, wetlands and wildlife. And yes, while fishing is one of our favourite activities to do in Nagambie, its not the only thing to put on your hitlist.
Fresh local and gourmet produce. What more could you want!
Nagambie Farmers Market.
Held on the fourth Sunday of every month at Tahbilk winery, you’ll find the best local produce in the region.
Le Penelope’s at Kirwan’s Bridge.
Delicious coffee and great breakfast offerings, this is the perfect spot for weekend relaxation.
Nagambie Rowing Club.
Great dining and a cracking spot to watch the sunset over Lake Nagambie.
The Royal Mail Hotel.
Affectionately known as ‘The Top’ is well known among locals and visitors alike for its exceptional dining and overall family friendly warm hospitality.
Special mentions to Mitchelton, Tahbilk and Fowles Wineries who all have superb café / restaurants on their premises.
Explore this fantastic wine country and sample some award-winning drops.
Right on the banks of the Goulburn River, Mitchelton make some pretty special wine. Try their Blackwood Park Riesling.
Set in beautiful gardens with original buildings and underground cellars dating back to 1860 and boasting the world’s largest and oldest plantings of Marsanne, this is what they’re famous for and you can’t visit Nagambie without sampling it.
Fowles wine is made specifically to make game foods. Their ‘Ladies who shoot Lunch’ Pinot Noir is exceptional.
Stay at Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park.
Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park is located right on the banks of Nagambie Lakes and the Goulburn River. This is the place to stay if you want to try our all water-based activities. Anything from fishing, kayaking to tours on the Goulburn Explorer.
This historic mansion, botanical gardens and vineyard was built in 1879, and is definitely worth stopping by.
Tahbilk Wetlands Eco Trails.
This wetland walking track weaves its way through the complex web of billabongs and backwaters, that native birds and wildlife call home. If you don’t fancy the stroll, there is an offering of Eco Cruises to explore the wetlands on a guided tour.