Acacia Park Farm House

Tranquility in King Valley
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Natural Attractions

The King Valley has many beautiful places where you can hike and explore, take a picnic or even try your hand at fishing.
  • Powers Lookout
  • Lake William Hovell
  • Paradise Falls
  • King River

More information on local attractions can be found at Visit King Valley.


You will never be at a loss for something to do in the valley but these are the major events that occur.
  • Weekend Fit for a King
  • Wangaratta Jazz Festival
  • La Dolce Vita
  • King Valley Challenge

Whilst there are quite a few wineries in the King Valley, Pat & Ronda have 2 that they recommend you try.
Location of Acacia Park Farm House
Acacia Park Farm House is an easy drive for that weekend getaway or extended stay in one of Victoria's premier wine regions.

King Valley is just 2 hours and 45 minutes from Melbourne via the Hume Highway in North East Victoria. An alternative route to the valley is via the southern end with the scenic road from Mansfield.

The tiny hamlet of King Valley is located 35 minutes south of Wangaratta and 10 minutes north of Whitfield in the centre of the King Valley. This makes Acacia Park an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful valley and the nearby small villages such as Milawa and Cheshunt.

rections from Melbourne via the Hume Highway:

Just after Glenrowan exit, take the Snow Road exit and turn right towards Milawa. After 9km turn right onto the Wangaratta-Whitfield Road passing through the townships of Moyhu and Edi before arriving in King Valley.

Once in King Valley turn right up Honeys Lane, and then take the first right into Murtaghs Lane.

Follow the lane until you reach the Farm House.

Acacia Park Farm House

66 Murtaghs Lane
King Valley Victoria
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