Originally a water catchment area for the Moe Railway station, which was a major regional rail hub at the time, the area became a popular swimming spot, and later a flora and fauna reserve. The area is approximately 57 hectares, and still contains the dam today. The remaining area consists of natural bush land, and has main access roads and walking tracks all within the city boundary of Moe. The area is popular with conversationalists, naturalists, and general residents alike, who meander the shaded walking tracks and admire the fauna and wildlife. If you are after a day out just a skip and a hop from Yallourn North, pop over to Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve and have a look. You won’t be disappointed.