Visit the El Dorado Museum and discover a time of mining legends, gold “boom & bust”, pioneers, farming heritage and the colourful folk-law characters.
Studio potter Howard Phillips, works predominantly in stoneware, creating individual and functional pieces using a variety of glaze techniques.
View some of the most picturesque countryside in Australia with many accessible sites identified by storyboards featuring the trail logo.
This self guided tour takes you through 31 of El Dorado’s mining and commercial sites of the 1850s to 1950s.
Reedy Creek offers a myriad of pleasures for those who enjoy the outdoor life from gold panning to bush walking.
Mountain bike riding is the perfect way to have fun, feel great and spend time with your family and friends.
Horse riding is permitted throughout the area and there are many roads and tracks where you can enjoy fantastic scenery and varied terrains.
Walk through a former alluvial gold mining area leading down towards Reedy Creek, then follow this waterway upstream and over the suspension bridge.
This wonderful self-drive tour begins in El Dorado, taking you through one of Victoria’s oldest valleys and ends near Beechworth.
Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park contains the highest number of mammal, bird and reptile species recorded at any Box-Ironbark site.
The Ned Kelly inspired tour route gives visitors a deeper understanding of the Kelly story with interpretive panels along the way.
Develop your artistic ability with personalised art classes by Biancavera Rubega from Yellow Cottage.
The perfect way to discover North East Victoria – natural bushland, farmland, valleys and spectacular mountain ranges.
Woolshed Falls and Reid’s Creek provide perfect picnic spots, whilst local towns offer excellent food and wine.
Just a short drive from Eldorado is the Tarrawingee Golf Club which offers a picturesque nine-hole sand scrape golf course with watered fairways.