Take a look this recent piece from Australian Traveller on our very own Moorabool Valley Taste Trail. It might be under-the-radar at the moment, but it won’t be for long. You can read more here
With the launch of the Moorabool Valley Taste Trail, our region has recently gained recognition as one of Victoria’s wine hotspots. Clyde Park, Austins and Co. and Rowsley Fault are some of the winery names on the lips of wine reviewers and social drinkers alike.
Nimons Bridge was Victoria's fourth-tallest timber trestle bridge when built, and is the third-tallest surviving example. It is also the second-largest composite bridge combining traditional timber piers with rolled steel joist spans and a timber deck.
One of the region’s most innovative events, the Golden Plains Arts Trail, celebrates its tenth year in 2018. The Trail is an exciting collaboration between artists, Council, community and local businesses.
Golden Plains is blessed to have some outstanding wineries, producing spectacular wine working with the perfect geology of the region. While locals have known about this quality product for a while, it’s always great to be recognised outside our region as well.
Digital gourmet publication Explore Drinks popped out to Golden Plains to explore the Moorabool Valley. The article paints a glowing picture of the Moorabool Valley region, and includes highlights from Lethbridge Wines, Clyde Park, Austins & Co., Provenance Wines and Del Rios.