Omeo Victoria Accommodation and Holiday Information
Location: 400 km east of Melbourne
Omeo is a pioneering mountain town on the edge of the Snowy Mountains located on the Great Alpine Road that is known for its gold mining history, high country cattle grazing and historic buildings, including the post office, court house, pub, and 1858 jail built of logs.
Things to do in Omeo
Visit - the A.M. Pearson Historical Park to see the town’s original courthouse (1865), post office (1890s), log lockup (1858), blacksmith shop, stables and waterwheel.
Take - in panoramic views of the Victorian Alps and surrounding countryside at the Kozsciusko Lookout just outside the town along the Great Alpine Road.
Four-wheel drive - along the 17-km Knocker Track
Fish - for trout in the nearby Mitta Mitta and Cobungra Rivers
Join - a white water rafting trip down the Mitta Mitta River
Walk - through spring wildflowers on the Bogong High Plains In winter, spend a day cross-country skiing at nearby Dinner Plain or head to Mount Hotham for its magnificent downhill runs just 40 minutes away.
MAJOR EVENTS :
Up the Creek Lawn Mower Championships – January
Cold Country Hereford sale – March
Alpine Discovery Festival – Championship Woodchop and Festival – March
Omeo Rodeo – Easter Saturday
Geebung Polo Match – Easter Sunday
International Back to Back Wool Challenge – June
Omeo Agricultural Show – November
Omeo Accommodation and Holiday Bookings
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