High Country lies at the heart of the biggest recreational horse riding area in Australia, and has plenty to offer both the novice and experienced rider.

Take in some of Australia's most beautiful alpine scenery – ride with one of the legendary mountain horsemen like Bruce McCormack or Charlie Lovick during a summer muster or visit rustic cattlemen's huts on the Bogong High Plains.

Choose from a range of guided options, from pleasant rides of a couple of hours along quiet bushland trails to 3 or 4 day packhorse tour of eventful days and relaxing evenings spent around the campfire.

Tour operators provide horses, equipment and basic tuition suited to your experience and abilities. All operators are licensed and committed to maintaining high safety standards, and experienced and fully trained staff lead and supervise all trail rides.

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Readings taken at 9am Monday 20th October 2014Lake Eildon is at 285.10 mAHD or 3,800 mm below fullThis is a decrease of 60 mm in the past 24 hours Lake Eildon is currently 85.4% Inflow is approximately 1,000 Ml/day Releases are currently 8,750 Ml/day Goulburn river release water temp is 10.5 degThe pondage is currently 40% but may be subject to rapid changeNo rain for the past 24 hoursStatistics: Posted by allan — Today, 09:52
Wave of heat, near-record for inland SA, VIC and NSWBrett Dutschke, Sunday October 19, 2014 - 17:02 EDTA wave of heat sweeping across South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales this week is likely to be a near-record one for some inland areas.Parts of western and northern SA, northwestern Victoria and far western NSW, including Kyancutta, Woomera, Mildura and Broken Hill, should reach an average of 35 degrees for the week Sunday 19th to Saturday 25th. This is 11 degrees above average and within about a degree of their October records.Records go back 124 years in Mildura, 84 years in...
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