Local Attractions

Tahbilk Winery

Tahbilk Winery

Wetlands Cafe

Wetlands Cafe

Goulburn River

Fowles Wine

Fowles Wine

Barong Boardwalk

Things to do:



Take a walk or ride a bike from the boardwalk around the edge of Lake Nagambie, it’s a meandering 2km into town past the Black Caviar statue. The path leads you right to the Nagambie Brewery where you can enjoy a meal on the deck, looking out over the lake.

Enjoy local wineries

Enjoy a winery tour and lunch at Tahbilk, Mitchelton or Fowles wineries. Each winery has its own unique style.

Treat yourself

Dine out at the local restaurant “1860” in Nagambie’s main street. Your hosts, Bernie and Adele will make sure you have a memorable dining experience, complimented with a large selection of local wines available.

Visit Tahbilk Winery and Wetlands Cafe

Experience Australias oldest family owned winery and continue onto the newly refurbished Mitchelton winery, providing sweeping views of the Goulburn River.

Bank Street Wood Fired Pizza & Gardens

Try one of the districts best wood-fired pizzas at Bank Street Wood Fired Pizza & Gardens in neighbouring Avenel, browse Gadds Olde store and sample some of Scotts aged meats at the Avenel Butchers Shop for the BBQ.

Canoe on the lake

Make sure you put a boat or canoe on the lake and tour the Goulburn River and scenic lagoons. You can use your own or hire locally. Spend a day drifting down the river from Seymour in a tinnie or canoe.

Lunch at the White Hart hotel

Have lunch at the White Hart hotel in Longwood. Come home with a scenic drive via: Nolans Rd, then left onto Ponkeen Rd and finally over the hill on the Wickett Hill Rd.

Fishing on the lake

Try fishing for Murray Cod or Redfin at the bottom of the garden. Guests have the use of the private landing next to the boardwalk.For many anglers Nagambie is relatively uncharted territory but is known among the locals as a hotspot for it’s impressive natural waterways and opulent fish population. The tournament zone covers all the key bite-zones and provides some cracking opportunities to land big fish.