Discover one of Victoria's most remote communities, nestled in the foothills of the legendary Dargo High Plains. The town of Dargo, with a population of approximately 150 is the gateway to the Alpine National Park, Avon Wilderness Village and Mitchell River National Park.
The area is home to some of the state's best 4WD tracks, rafting, fishing and canoeing and is popular with those who love getting out and enjoying the bush. It is also an ideal destination for bushwalking, hiking and horse riding. Visit Wonangatta Station by 4WD, once Victoria's most remote cattle station. Dargo is also known for its groves of century old walnut trees that line the valley floor.
The Dargo River meanders its way through the town, making it a great day trip or starting point to discover the Victorian High Country.
Your visit isn't complete without a trip to the Dargo Hotel for a refreshing drink and some traditional pub grub.
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