Things to do
When you visit Colbinabbin make sure you stop at the cellar doors along the Colbinabbin Range and sample locally produced wines, including an award-winning shiraz, and locally grown produce. Part of the Heathcote Wine Trail, the ancient Cambrian soils of the Colbinabbin Range provide the ideal location for wine grape growers.
If visiting Colbinabbin during football and netball season, you may be lucky enough to catch a home game at the recreation reserve.
Located approximately 60km from Echuca on the Bendigo Murchison Road, Colbinabbin was first settled in the 1850s, with a township established in the 1870s. Its name means “the meeting of the red and black soils”.
Tomatoes and cereals have been grown in Colbinabbin since the arrival of irrigation in the 1930s.