Lookouts

There are several key locations for taking in the spectacular views the local area has to offer, all just a short drive from the centre of town. Viewing platforms on Quarry Road as well as Walhalla-Tyers Road offer panoramic views of Yallourn North and surrounding areas. Peterson’s lookout in Tyers...

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George Bates Reserve

Off Howlett Road on the way to Lake Narracan is the town’s premiere Football and Netball facility. Established in 1980 as a replacement to Yallourn’s No1 Oval, this premier facility supports the Yallourn North community and its visitors well. A full size oval is nestled amongst the local Stringy Bark trees...

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Monash Hall and McGregor Reserve

Monash Hall and McGregor Reserve is a multi-use facility in the centre of the township with the town’s prominent Hall at its forefront. It also encompasses the Cricket Club, Junior Football Club and Tennis Court facilities to the rear and side. And is overseen by the volunteer Hall and Rec committee. The hall...

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Lions Park

This Bicentenary reserve founded by the former Yallourn North Lions Club, is now a central playground and BBQ facility. Picnic tables and all-abilities toilet facilities are also present. Being centrally located, it abuts the local shopping area, bowls club, and is opposite the local Hall and Recreation Reserve. Australia Day...

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Yallourn North Swimming Pool

A swimming pool was granted to the Yallourn North community as part of the Yallourn closure package in 1980. Since that time the Yallourn North pool has been the destination for townsfolk and outsiders alike. Many from surrounding suburbs head to Yallourn North to appreciate the country atmosphere and serene environment when...

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Lake Narracan

On the meandering Latrobe river at the bottom of the surrounding hills you will find Lake Narracan, which is colloquially known as “The Dam”. This local water recreation destination is perfect for Swimming, Fishing, Waterskiing, Jet Skiing, Boating, Kayaking, as well as bush walking along the shoreline. It is a popular...

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