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Mount Cole is called bereep-bereep and home to Beeripmo balug tribe, part of the larger Djab Wurrung language speaking people.

The translation of Beeripmo is wild mountain.

Mt Cole State Forest is a stunning area of the Victorian Pyrenees wine region, two hours from Melbourne just off the Western Highway.

It is home to the famous Beeripmo Trail as well as many other beautiful hikes and mountain bike trails.

The Glut Farm property backs on to Mt Cole State Forest, making it the ideal place for you to base yourself while exploring this truely beautiful part of Victoria.

Beaufort township is a ten minute drive from Mt Cole and has many essential services, shops and cafes. Raglan is the closest township to Mt Cole, a short seven minute drive.

Click the link below for a detailed map of the Mt Cole region, including its walking/ mountain bike trails, vast species of bird life and other useful information.

About Mt Cole : Mt Cole region
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Click the link below to check the weather forecast for your stay

About Mt Cole : Weather


Visit the cellar doors of 44 wineries in the Victorian Pyrenees wine region.

For more information about the Pyrenees wine region and profiles of recommended wineries you can visit the “VisitMelbourne” website by clicking the link below:

Blue Pyrenees winery and Mt Langi Ghiran winery are both an easy 30 minute drive from The Glut Farm.

The Blue Pyrenees winery, in Avoca, has a relaxed, homely restaurant. If you wish to visit for lunch, we strongly recommend booking in advance.

Mt Langi Ghiran, in Bayindeen, is a stunning winery with Mt Buangor providing a magnificent backdrop. 

We also recommend visiting Taltarni Winery and the Grape Farm Winery, both in Moonambel, a 45minute drive from The Glut Farm.

About Mt Cole : Wineries
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