Feel on top of the region.

At 1,180 metres above sea level, Yetholme is one of the highest points in the region with snow often transforming the village into an Instagrammer’s dream during the winter months. Yetholme was once a popular tourist site, renowned for its “invigorating climate” with many escaping the cities for the clean high country air. A walk along the old coach road may be just the tonic you need.

 Five minutes from the village, the Wambool Nature Reserve is native woodland where nature lovers can spot echidnas, ring tailed possums, grey kangaroos and swamp wallabies, as well as marvel at 38 species of terrestrial orchids, many of them extremely rare.

Conmurra Wildlife Sanctuary

Stay and play at this self-contained B&B on a property that is working to preserve endangered local species. Enjoy 5km of walking trails on the property, and look out for those nocturnal furry friends with a spotlight at night.

Mount Ovens Lookout

View chasers will love this lookout, a 10 minute drive from the centre of Yetholme village through the State Forest. You may even be lucky enough to see some hang gliders launching from here on still, clear days