And what a range it is! The landscape is wild and rugged and dotted with rocky outcrops, waterfalls, green foliage, eye-watering views and more than 25 vineyards. The ranges consist of several districts — like Strathbogie, Ruffy and Highlands – but no towns.
Most wineries in Victoria have cellar doors and the best in show in the Strathbogie Ranges include sparkling, riesling, chardonnay, pinot noir and shiraz.
How do you get to the Strathbogie Ranges? Start from Melbourne, set your compass north-east and stop after 150 kilometres (possibly, also consult a GPS).