Sue Wallace finds a classy family retreat near Myrtleford, Victoria.
In the state's north-east, Susan Bredow pedals a gormand's trail from the Murray to the mountains.
RARELY does butter get so much attention but step into the Myrtleford Butter Factory and you can understand what the fuss is about.
Kay O'Sullivan finds simple pleasures and attention to detail at a bed and breakfast with style.
Sue Wallace revels in autumn's return and the High Country festivals that celebrate the falling of the leaves.
Sue Wallace discovers autumn in alpine country is golden.
Artist Barry Dickins finds himself in a picture-perfect place where life is mellow.
Myrtleford (including Eurobin)
Pleasant rural centre on the northern road to Bright and Mt Buffalo.
Myrtleford is an agricultural town of some 3500 people located 223 m above sea-level on the Great Alpine Rd between Wangaratta and Bright. It is scenically located in the foothills of the Mt Buffalo Range, adjacent the Ovens River, Happy Valley Creek and Barwidgee Creek. As a result of its location it serves as a gateway to Mt Buffalo National Park and its associated skiing resorts with daily coach services departing daily. Myrtleford is 273 km north-east of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway.