Located north east of Melbourne, a scenic two hour drive, Mansfield is the gateway to
Country, Mount Buller and the
Victorian Alpine region.
Once heavily dependent on
farming and logging, it is now a thriving tourist destination, famous for its
wine, legends and the ‘high country’.
Mansfield is also a major trail riding centre, due to it's long association
with horses that were used by the cattlemen as they drove the cattle up to the
mountain pastures. The region is also popular for mountain biking, bush walking,
rock climbing and fly fishing. In winter the focus changes to the snowfields.