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Omeo, a pioneering mountain town on the Great Alpine Road is a great base from which to discover more about the history of the high country, gold rush and cattlemen, or to make the most of Victoria's top snow resorts. Known for its gold mining history, Omeo is also the place to get back to nature. Go white water rafting on the Mitta Mitta River, where you can fish for trout. You can also drop a line in the Cobungra River. Take a walk over the Bogong High Plains and spot majestic spring wildflowers. Just outside the town on the Great Alpine Road you can take in panoramic views of the Victorian alps and surrounding countryside at the Kosciusko Lookout. In winter, spend a day cross-country skiing at nearby Dinner Plain. Mount Hotham and its magnificent downhill runs is just 40 minutes away, so you can combine world class skiing and snowboarding with your visit to one of Victoria's most well-preserved historic towns. For a first hand glimpse of the town's renowned historic buildings, visit the A.M. Pearson Historical Park to see the original courthouse (1865), post office (1890s), log gaol (1858), blacksmith shop, stables and waterwheel. If the 5.5 hour drive from Melbourne along the Princes and Omeo highways isn't enough, you can get closer to nature and go four-wheel driving along the 17-kilometre Knocker Track. Visit Omeo at Easter time for a weekend of equine activity, with the Omeo Rodeo and the Geebung Polo match both taking place.

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