Summary

Start your journey by heading for Yackandandah and then head to Bright on the Great Alpine Road. Next, travel down the Princes Highway to Dargo, continue to Morwell, and then take the Bass Highway to Leongatha. Follow this through and exit at Phillip Island.

Guide

Bright Brewery is a great place to stop, the establishment boasting a craft brewery, bar and restaurant with spectacular views. Great pizzas are available at Bridge Road Brewers in Beechworth, too, while for those in Albury/Wodonga who do travel through the High Country a lot already, there are several other options. Wineries in Milawa and King Valley are popular for a break, while Powers Lookout offers great views.

SPOKES TIP: If you haven’t ridden for a while, take your time and take extra care, check that your bike is safe and avoid riding alone if possible.

You could also take a break in the South Gippsland area, with the region boasting several outstanding spots to grab a bite and something to drink. The Borough Dept. Store (Korumburra) is popular, while Trulli Pizzeria or Meeniyan Pantry and Cellar are great options in Meeniyan.

SPOKES TIP: We urge all Victorians, whether you’re on two wheels or four, to help us put a stop to this tragic period on our roads.

Enhance your MotoGP™ visit by staying at Phillip Island or close by. Accommodation is available at the circuit or across the island. You will also want to explore all that Phillip Island has to offer. Tickets for the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019 are available here.

Ride Highlight

Consider a short detour north to Dargo and the famous Dargo Hotel, take a right after Glenaladale along Dargo Road north towards the Great Alpine Highway. Be prepared for a demanding ride through the twists and turns between tree-lined roads.

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