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Rent by the hour or day, week, month, all the way up a year. All bookings include fuel, insurance (excess applies) and 24/7 roadside assist.
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You can manage your booking from the app on your smartphone - and it's even your car key. Complete vehicle inspections using the app and enjoy full digital self-service car rental.
Let's Go Fruit Picking
The start of the warmer months means that fruit picking season is about to begin. Fruit picking is a fun and relaxing way to spend an afternoon walking through an orchard, selecting the best fresh fruits straight from the vine, plant or tree. It's a family friendly activity that everyone will love and an excellent way to spend time out in the sunshine. Best of all, you can choose the fruit you pick and take home, stock up to make jams and conserves at home and try some of the juicy fruits while you pick. A quick search online will direct you to farms open for picking and let you know what's currently in season and ready to be picked.
Explore Warby-Ovens National Park
A short drive outside Wangaratta will get you to the Warby-Ovens National Park, a beautiful conservation area with a classic Australian outback landscape. This park is an Indigenous cultural landscape in the traditional Country of the Yorta Yorta Peoples. Come to this national park to camp in the bush and spend time in nature. There is plenty to do, including walking and exploring the gorgeous landscapes by wandering down the many tracks, canoeing or kayaking through the waters, cooling off with a dip in Ovens River, and boating and fishing in certain areas, too. Warby-Ovens National Park is a fantastic place to get back into nature.
Visit Wangaratta Art Gallery
The Wangaratta Art Gallery is located within the creative arts precinct inside a stunning heritage-listed building. The gallery is a must-visit for any art enthusiasts coming to the area. It showcases local Australian art from the north-east Victoria region as well as small sculptures, wood works, contemporary textile art and state and national artists of significance. This range of art is on display at the Wangaratta Art Gallery. In addition to the exhibitions on display, the art gallery runs wonderful programs for adults and children, such as workshops to practise and learn varying art forms, talks to weigh in on and listen to experts discuss art subjects, Art Auctions and more.
Wangaratta is a treasure trove of cycling tracks and trails for visitors and locals to pick from. There is a wide range of tracks, including shared paths, road rides, gravel, and mountain trails. Here are a few examples of tracks to consider. The Murray to Mountains Rail Trail extends over 100 km through beautiful country towns, including Wangaratta, Beechworth and Bright. The track takes riders through picturesque countryside scenery, historic towns and past wineries. The Ovens Riverside Path takes riders along the banks of the Ovens River and the One Mile Creek Path. These are only a few of the many cycling trails that can be enjoyed while cycling through Wangaratta.
Visit a Winery or Brewery
If you're interested in wine, beer or spirits, then the Wangaratta area and surrounds have you covered. There are a great variety of stunning wineries in the area, as well as specialty breweries and distilleries. Plan a visit to enjoy a specialty crafted drink, take a tour, learn about the drink, take a tasting or just sit in the beautiful setting and enjoy a beverage. Visiting a brewery or winery is a great way to unwind and relax while sipping your favourite drink that has been created locally.
Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre
The Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre plays host to a diverse range of theatrical performances. If you're looking to do something outside the normal, then look no further. There's something for everyone with musical performances, including jazz bands, tribute bands, symphony orchestras and more. There are musical productions, comedic performances, and dances that only scrape the surface of what's on offer. Jump onto their website and check out the upcoming events so you don't miss out on a wonderful performance by talented locals and touring artists.
Wangaratta Farmers Market
The Wangaratta Farmers Market brings together a community of local growers, makers and bakers all in the one place. This terrific market is on once a month and is a fantastic spot to spend the morning browsing through local produce and selecting what you'd like to bring home. When you visit the market, you'll experience the love of quality produce as you see the fresh ingredients and produce that have been made fresh for the market. Some of the goods on offer include farm fresh vegetables and fruit, honey, plants, bread and other baked goods, eggs, pasta, jams, conserves, reusable bags, wood works and so much more. The markets are a whole family activity that everyone will enjoy.
Walk the Wangaratta Heritage Trail
One fantastic way to get to know a new location is to learn about its history. Lucky for you, Wangaratta has made this easy with the Wangaratta Heritage Trail, a mapped-out track you can follow, guiding you through to the area's landmarks and historic buildings. Some of the highlights of this trail include W H Edwards Museum. Located in the heart of the town, this museum is a great starting point to pop into and learn the history, see memorabilia, artefacts and more. The Holy Trinity Cathedral is a beautiful church that is well worth a visit. King George V Gardens is a charming park in the town centre, and lastly, the Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre which is based inside a gorgeous building. Be sure to check out the Heritage Trail to see more of what Wangaratta has to offer.
Picnic in the Park
Wangaratta is home to multiple beautiful parks that are perfect to come to for a picnic in the park. Starting with King George V Gardens, a lovely park located in the centre of town with magnificent leafy trees and beautiful stretches of lawn that are ideal for picnicking. This is a terrific family-friendly park fully equipped with toilets and, of course, a playground. Next is Merriwa Park, a charming park with tall redgums and sweeping lawns. This park is well-shaded thanks to the large trees and has plenty of space for visitors to spread out. There are barbecues on site to step up your picnic experience. Merriwa Park is also family friendly, with a playground, toilets and a small stone bridge. Not to mention, during the school holidays, Rainbow Trout are supplied into the pond for fun family fishing.
Remember to check the local guidelines and opening hours of attractions and facilities to plan your visit accordingly.