The township of Glenrowan is the site of the final siege and capture of Ned Kelly and his gang in 1880. Their story is preserved in the townships attractions, museums, and historic walk.
You can easily explore the town on foot. Pick up a copy of the Glenrowan Heritage Siege Precinct walking map from one of the local business or from the local information stand at the Glenrowan Vintage Hall & Cafe. This helpful flyer will guide you around key Ned Kelly Gang sites of significance such as the Ann Jones' Glenrowan Inn, Police Shelter Site, Gravel Contractors Encampment, Ned Kelly Capture Site, McDonnell's Railway Tavern and much more!
The town is also perfect for those looking to persue a little more adventure. Bushwalks with impressive lookouts are abundant with the Warby Ovens National Park running adjacent to the township. For the cyclist, Glenrowan is included in many easy to challenging road rides, while home to impressive vistas to be explored on mountain bikes.
The food and beverage experiences in Glenrowan cater to all from quaint cafes sure to be a hit with the family to a bakery, hotel and providores. Renowned wineries such as Baileys of Glenrowan, Booths Taminick Cellars (which houses Black Dog Brewery) and Morrisons Winery should be on any wine drinkers bucket list while visiting the town.