Official Visitor Guide Competition!
Capture the "Essence of the Omeo High Country" and send in your photo* for your chance to win this summer.
The Winner's photo will go on the front cover of the 2019 East Gippsland Official Visitor Guide.
The Guide is printed 40,000 times and distributed all over Victoria, Southern NSW, South Australia and ACT. Winner will be acknowledged on the front cover of the 2019 guide along with acknowledgment in local media.
The Winner also receives:
Dinner and drinks voucher for 2 at The Golden Age Hotel Omeo (to the value of $100). The Runner Up receives a $100 voucher at Omeo Hardware.
To enter: Post your photo on Facebook or Instagram with the tag #loveeastgippsland@loveeastgippsland AND send in your high-resolution photo* to [email protected]
Capture the "Essence of the Omeo High Country"
-Omeo and surrounds, Anglers Rest, Cobungra, Omeo Valley, Omeo, Hinnomunjie etc, Great Alpine Road to Bruthen - Swifts Creek, Ensay, Cassilis, Nunniong etc
- the horses, the cattle, the bush, the people, activities & adventures etc.
- must be a portrait orientated image - Entrants must also send in a *high-resolution photo file via email (preferably a .TIF file, file size must be larger than 10MB if saved as .JPG) Photographers must confirm ownership in writing and that East Gippsland Marketing Inc may use the photos in future.
Competition ends January 31, 2019, 11:59 pm. Photos will be judged and a winner and runner up will be selected on Friday February 8, 2019.
Sun's out finally!...Looks like a good day to take the kids fishing at the Harrietville Trout Farm then come and cook your fish on the deck with our American BBQ. We're lighting the bbq Saturday's & Sunday's over Spring & Summer. Served with a plate of chips & salad for only $15. Match your catch with a local craft beer or the best of local wines on the deck.
Completed a second peak this morning.
Was planning on Hotham but weather conditions were that bad that I’d probably freeze to death if I didn’t get hit by a car or roll off a cliff in the almost zero visibility🥶
5 623:35 AM Nov 23, 2018
Snow’s falling, best time for a walk around the village.
Since we last visited Dinner Plain a stack of fresh trails have sprung out of the high plains. The mellow singletrack winds its way out of the village and into old cattle country amongst the giant white gum trees, now even more worthy for a stop over on a High Country road trip. #RideHighCountry#DinnerPlain@email@example.com
This morning I found myself in #Harrietville Bakery where Swiss-born Nikki Fisch is co-owner and pastry chef. For morning tea I had vanilla slice - Appenzell style - and a sweet potato pasty and a sausage roll with a secret ingredient and a pear tart and coffee. In the afternoon I walked some of that off on Razorback, near Hotham, for a few hours. But then had another picnic lunch. Tonight I sleep in the village of Dinner Plain as the weather gets exciting. #seehighcountry#feasthighcountry#hikehighcountry#dinnerplain#exploreaustralia
Chuffed with coming second place today at Dinner Plain Mile High 21k.
Lots of lessons learnt, have confidence in your abilities and my down hill capabilities are my strength.
1 124:08 AM Nov 18, 2018
Big morning at Dinner Plain Mile High Run.
Very proud of Michelle Smith and Rhettman who smashed out their first ever trail runs - Rhett came in in first place 🥇and Michelle came in top 5 women in her run 👊
Represented Tumba with Janine Barclay who was awesome as 3rd woman in 21km👊
Cool trophy for my first ever podium finish #1
Thanks to Troy Bolton for being the support crew again x