Blue Rock Lake

At the edge of Moondarra State Park and next to township of Willow Grove on the Tanjil River, is Blue Rock Lake. Originally the location of the Tanjil Goldfields, the area was dammed to provide reserve water for the Latrobe Valley power industry and to increase domestic water supply. With a surface...

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Narkoojee Winery

This state of the art winery that is just a stone’s throws away from Yallourn North had very humble beginnings. It evolved from some very simple plantings in 1980, and is now a must see five star establishment for wine lovers, diners, and connoisseurs. The restaurant operates from Thursday through Sunday,...

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Bruntons Bridge

Originally the main road from Cowarr to Walhalla, this historic bridge has twice been restored since its construction in the 1880s. Crossing the Thompson River it is hidden within the Boola Boola state forest, and offers campsites with fire pits on the abutting river banks. The bridge can be accessed by...

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Hazelwood Pondage

Being an artificial lake created from the need of the neighbouring power industry, Hazelwood Pondage offers water temperatures of 22 degrees all year round. It is therefore a highly sought after destination for any watersports fanatic, anglers, sailors, or even casual swimmers. A caravan park and camping ground is situated on the...

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Morwell National Park

Great for bird watching, hiking, having a picnic, and sightseeing, this 565 hectare reserve is situated at the northern base of the Strzelecki Ranges. There are 320 plant species that have been recorded in the park, and 129 native fauna species for you to admire. With Kerry Road picnic area on the western...

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Narracan Falls

Just across the border you will find the bespoke Narracan Falls on the Narracan Creek. The area is a popular swimming hole on the hot days, and has a comfortable picnic spot with BBQ and table facilities. It is one of the easiest spots to access with the falls being viewable from...

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