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Benalla Tourist Park Caravan Park - Things to see and do

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  • BBQ
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Swimming Pool
  • Dogs allowed


What's going on at Benalla Tourist Park

Australia’s most exciting annual street art event, Wall to Wall Festival will once again be brought to the small township of Benalla in the north-east of Victoria. Now in its fourth year, the festival will bring together a dynamic combination of local, national and international artists to create new murals across four lively days over the 2018 Labour day long weekend. The event not only boasts an impressive artistic lineup but also prides itself on inclusiveness, hosting a variety of hands-on and educational events throughout the festival weekend, allowing patrons a completely unique and interactive experience. Wall to Wall has become one of the most significant celebrations of street art in the country, bringing a breath of fresh air and a new coat of new paint to the already colourful town.

Things to see and do

Near Benalla Tourist Park Caravan Park

Indulge in some of Australia's finest food and wine as you explore the marvellous North East Victorian Wine Region, stopping along the way at wineries and breweries such as Baileys, Morrisons, Auldstone and Booths. The North East Victorian Wine Region takes in Rutherglen, Glenrowan, Beechworth and King Valley wineries. Sample some of the local produce and delight in a complimentary tasting of Milawa Cheese. * North East Vineyard Tours departs from your accommodation The Benalla Botanical Gardens are significant because much of their original layout remains intact and are notably unusual for their combination of ornamental gardens, with a large oval described as the most picturesque cricket ground in the country. The Rose Garden, first established in 1959, is an icon in Benalla. Rose fanciers will find a notable collection of modern varieties, including Australian roses, seldom found in public gardens. The Benalla Art Gallery presents an exhibition program of Australian art in the Bennett Gallery, in addition to the permanent collection which includes elements of the region’s history and recounting an Australian-European settlement story. The collection continues to develop with recent acquisitions including outstanding Indigenous works and contemporary media postmodernist works. The Benalla Costume and Kelly Museum is the only public costume museum of its kind in Victoria. The museum specialises in costumes and local history, including the Ned Kelly Story. The Historical Society also has a 'Research Room' in the Museum in which early newspapers dating back to the 1800's, books, documents, and pictures are stored.