Myrtleford, the centre of the region's once thriving tobacco farming industry, has evolved into a modern town that caters to a wide variety of visitors.
If it's food and wine you're interested in, Myrtleford has you covered. From the Moroccan-inspired Cafe Fez, the Indian influences of Cafe Chakra, through to the strong Italian bent of Bastoni Pizzeria or Lupos, your taste buds will be well catered for.
Or buy your own fresh produce at the Myrtleford Farmers Market, which is held on the fourth Saturday of each month 8.30am-12.30pm at the Piazza.
Add in a cool climate wine from one of the local wineries, including Michelini Wines or Gapsted Wines, and you're set for a rewarding foodie experience!
Once fed, enjoy a short but steep walk up Reform Hill for unparalled views of the Ovens Valley through to Mount Buffalo. Or for a more sedate yet equally rewarding experience, enjoy a stroll around the town's well preserved historic sites.