World Tourism Day
The 27th of September is crowned the United Nations World Tourism Day. At Bailey’s, we’ve created a list of things we think you’ll enjoy next time you are in Glenrowan!
If you are a travel enthusiast there are still innovative ways to celebrate this day that don’t just include international travel. Make time to explore places more local to where you live, such as Glenrowan.
Situated in North-East Victoria, is the Glenrowan wine region. Home to one of the most diverse wine landscapes, Glenrowan has lots of offer. Be transported into a different era and embrace Glenrowan’s old, country town feel.
Baileys of Glenrowan Winery
Paying a visit to the Baileys winery is an absolute must when visiting Glenrowan. With our full range of wines available for tasting, treat yourself to some traditional wines or branch out and indulge in our exclusive Muscat and Topaque’s.
While you are there, grab a bite to eat at our Bundarra Organic Kitchen, serving specialised homemade pizzas with the freshest local ingredients.
Glenrowan is fantastic for a little adventure and outdoors. Close by is the Warby Ovens National Park which is home to amazing bushwalks that have impressive lookouts to climb. The perfect way to start your day with an amazing sunrise or take a picnic to enjoy in the wilderness.
The town of Glenrowan was the site of the final siege and capture of the infamous Ned Kelly. So typically, the story has been preserved within Glenrowan and the Ned Kelly Museum will intrigue you with its mystery and adventure.
Explore the Town
Glenrowan is a beautiful tourist destination just waiting to be explored. Put away Google Maps and take yourself on a stroll through the town and soak up Glenrowan for what it truly is. Stop off at the cute, quaint cafes and souvenir shops along the way.