Welcome to the site of Tourism North East, the Regional Tourism Board for Victoria’s High Country.
This site was created to serve as a useful tool for our region's tourism industry partners where you can find all the information you need about the High Country's visitor economy and working with us.
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Located in the north-east of the state, Victoria’s High Country forms a significant part of Australia’s Great Dividing Range. From Kinglake to Corryong, from Mansfield to Rutherglen, this region is unlike any other in Victoria.
Renowned for its physical beauty as well as a rich diversity of visitor experiences, the High Country boasts beautiful landscapes, big blue skies, clear starry nights and clean, fresh air.
To find out more, check out our visitor website for more information.
Tourism North East (TNE) is the Regional Tourism Board for Victoria’s High Country, which encompasses the Shires of Alpine, Murrindindi, Benalla, Indigo, Mansfield, Towong and Wangaratta, and the three major alpine resorts of Falls Creek, Mt Buller and Mt Hotham.
Charged with developing the strategic tourism direction for the High Country, Tourism North East focuses on uniting its diverse stakeholder base in a common development path to optimise visitor economy outcomes.
These efforts are focused on the High Country’s five recognised product strengths in cycle, snow, nature-based tourism, food/drinks and arts/cultural heritage.
We are a passionate, curious and creative group of people who love what we do.
If you have a question about working with us or just want to know more, get in touch.
Tourism North East is governed by a Board of Directors.
The Board is composed of seven Local Government and three Alpine Resort member representatives, two independent Directors, a State Government observer and an independent Chair.