Supermild is humbled to appear on Taungurung Country. Land cared for, and still cared about, by its ancestors of thousands of years. A place where the Goulburn River intrinsically snakes through the earth with life and power. Now, among the gums and indigenous reeds, lives Mitchelton. Its plans first etched by foremost Australian architect Robyn Boyd CBE and now accompanied by an indigenous art gallery, fine restaurant and hotel. Softly, Supermild will spread over the site to enjoy its gracious offerings for three days.