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Five things to do this Fathers Day in the
King Valley!

This Fathers Day there are plenty of things to keep you busy in the King Valley. This month  Damien and Vince have been busy doing earth works for the cellar door drainage. I have been pruning and training the new kids on the block (the tempranillo) on how to get to the wire!  Spring is quickly arriving and  we still have been having frosty mornings but beautiful sunshine during the day. It really is a glorious time to be in the King Valley.

1 – Paradise Falls

This water fall component of paradise fall is can be elusive but either way at the top of the waterfall it is a spectacular view down the King Valley. From Cheshunt you will see the directions signposted. It is an easy walk down to the falls a great way to start off the morning!

– Enjoy the view and relax

Come and join us for a tasting and inspect Vince’s new barn doors. We had a Red Box tree, that last year in all the rain lost its footing and fell over. Vince cured the wood and made the magnificent doors at the end of the cellar door.

3 – Time to dance

The Myrrhee Community presents the Recycled String Band. Myrrhee Hall, 7 pm. A Family friendly supper club style event to be held in the warm, cosy hall. $25 per person ($20 Students), children under 15 free includes a delicious supper. BYO drinks. Bookings can be made through:  https://www.trybooking.com/RESC

4 – Meet the King

At the moment the King River is flowing, if you don’t have a canoe and are not able to float down it, the Edi cutting is an easy spot to fish and picnic. Nature is getting busy along the river you just never know what you might run into- good to know there will be some baby echidinas arriving in summer.

5 – Whitfield State Reserve

10.5kms from Whitfield on the Whitfield-Mansfield road you will see a dirt road on your left. It is not well sign posted so keep an eye out but it gives you a fantastic view over the Myhree and King Valley. Not as high up as Powers Lookout (which is another 10km further up the road) it offers a different perspective. Great to watch the sunrise early Sunday morning!

 

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