Posts in Category: Tourism
NATURE tourism and the Rural City of Wangaratta’s rich rural settings are being overlooked in a big way according to South ward councillor Harry Bussell….
MOTORISTS are urged to turn their headlights on during the day this Friday to mark National Road Safety Week (April 30 – May 6).
WANGARATTA Magpies will put its best case forward to host the 2018 Ovens and Murray Football Netball (O&M) grand final.
Despite attending countless Anzac Day services the day has never lost its impact on Philip Bright, Wangaratta RSL sub-branch commemorative events coordinator.
MILAWA Cheese Company has received a State Government boost which is expected to lead to more jobs.
KEY venues in Wangaratta need to improve under a new strategy that aims to attract more people and events to the city.
THE Arthur Rylah Institute, with Griggmedia, began filming on the Ovens River near Wangaratta yesterday for a documentary style film.
IT was a momentous day for the Joyce family and Wangaratta Coachlines when the first fleet of Commonwealth Games shuttle buses left the depot on…
MITCHELL Avenue will become home to Wangaratta’s only BMX Pump Park, and two off leash dog parks, under a draft masterplan currently seeking public feedback.
KELLY family descendants have purchased two photos of their ancestors at auction, paying $74,400 to secure the historical gems.
A PROJECT designed to further increase the public appetite for Prosecco received a boost yesterday.
BULLS Head Hotel publican Mark Sorensen has had to deal with the odd unwanted guest over the years, but nothing quite like the last two…