The Winter 2021 edition of The Border Mail's Out and About Magazine is out!
Inside this 32 page edition discover what our snowfields have on offer this winter and read our pub trail story which highlights some of the great country pubs in our region on both sides of the border.
Lockdowns aside, there are some wonderful festivals planned for the coming months and all going well we'll be able to enjoy the Glenrowan Trails, Tasting and Tales Food and Wine Festival, Rutherglen's Busking Championships and Adelong/Batlow/Tumbarumba's Winter Bites Festival.
Glenrowan's Jennifer Booth said wineries were looking forward to staging the event this year.
"We have a special weekend planned and some impressive wines to sip and savour.
"The wineries are nestled on the foothills of the Warby Range with rewarding panoramic views and beautiful vistas.
"Fabulous winter food options will be on the cellar door menus with lots of delicious warming dishes to entice and pair with your wine choice.
"Each venue will offer a variety of cellar door entertainment with live music on the weekend program. Visitors can kick-back to some tunes, take in the atmosphere and soak up some winter sunshine at Baileys of Glenrowan, Booths Taminick Cellars, Morrisons of Glenrowan and Black Dog Brewery," said Jennifer.
Out and About Magazine can be found in all regional visitor information centres and good tourist outlets, or can be picked up from the offices in McKoy Street, Wodonga.
We've highlighted some of the 'must do' experiences in Albury and Wodonga and also taken a closer look at Howlong's attractions and what a day trip to Walla Walla might look like.
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