Wineries near Nagambie VIC

Guests staying at Centretown Motel will find Nagambie Victoria and the Goulburn Valley Wine Region is a region that is growing in stature. There are cellar doors in Nagambie where guests can do wine tasting and enjoy excellent meals. There are also wineries within a short drive that are well worth a visit.

Wine production in the Goulburn Valley date back to the 1860’s with the nearby Tahbilk winery being one of the oldest and most established. Phylloxera, an almost microscopic, pale yellow sap-sucking insect that feed on the roots and leaves of grapevines devastated wineries around the world in the mid 20’s. Due to the sandy soil in the region, Tahbilk was one of the few wineries to withstand Phylloxera. Today, the region is home to the oldest and largest plantings of Marsanne grape variety of white wine grapes most commonly found in the Northern Rhône region of France. The area also produces Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling and a variety of Shiraz with unique flavour and longevity.

As well as vineyards, the Goulburn Valley has abundant orchards producing some of Australia’s best apples, pears, peaches and other stone fruits.

If you’re looking for holiday accommodation for your winery tours, Centretown Motel can provide you with more details on visiting the area’s wineries.

Goulburn Valley Wine Region

  • Tahbilk Cafe & Cellar Door

    254 O’Neils Rd, Tabilk VIC 3608
    (03) 5794 2555 ‎ ·

  • Dalfarras

    254 O’Neils Road, Nagambie VIC 3607

    (03) 5794 2555 ‎

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Lake Nagambie Markets

Lake Nagambie has a number of regional Markets that can be very entertaining. You’ll see regional business offering locally made goods, items direct from the farms and local entertainment.

Markets at NagambieThe Nagambie Community Market is held on the first Saturday of the month Blaney Reserve on the lake: 8.30am – 1pm. The market offers children’s activities, live music, coffee carts, fresh produce, plants, cakes, sausage sizzles, artists, well-being practioners and quality collectables.  Additional details on The Nagambie Community Market – contact Julie on 0408 602 841.

Avenel Produce & Craft Market – Second Sunday of every month: Queen St Avenel: 8.30am – 1pmGrow it, bake it, make it! The Market has always prided itself on being a unique event in the region. Stall holders are asked to adhere to our core philosophy of supporting solely locally produced, hand-made or home grown/baked goodies. Many stalls have been with the Market since it was initiated by the historic Harvest Homestead and through its consolidation at WB Gadds cosy antique/clothing store. Additional details contact Anna Clabburn 0411 770 830

Violet Town Market – Second Sat of every month: The Rec Reserve: 8:30am – 1pm The market is organised by a sub committee of the Violet Town Action Group Inc., a non-profit community organisation, with all funds raised by the market used for the publication and distribution of the Village Voice community newsletter and for other community facilities and activities. The Violet Town market is reputedly one of the best markets in North East Victoria and attracts up to 200 stalls and patrons of up to 4,000 each month. Contact: 0416 233 584

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Boating on Lake Nagambie

Power boats are permitted on Lake Nagambie. A 5 knot speed limit applies to Goulburn River, Goulburn Weir and Lake Nagambie after dark. A launching fee is payable for use of the Lake Nagambie Boat ramp at McNamara Point. Monies collected are used to offset the cost of maintaining safe access to the waterway.

Earthen boat ramp facilities suitable for small hand launched boats/punts are located beside the Mitchellstown & Chinaman’s Bridges as well as at Turners Island and Major’s Creek.

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Centretown Motel Nagambie

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