9 Acres and Fish Creek

A little town south of Yallourn North on the way to Wilsons Promontory affords a great little cafe and organic produce shop. 9 Acres cafe in Fish Creek offers beautiful blends of coffee with delectable sides like macaroons and chocolates. Within a rustic recycled setting the cafe is open Thursdays to...

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Port Albert

There is rarely a Saturday morning in the peak fishing season where you won’t find a local Yallourn North resident on the road to Port Albert, heading to launch their tinny. There are also plenty of other attractions that the area offers for a great day out with family and friends. You...

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Noojee Hotel

For a change of scenery, many Yallourn North folk will head over to Noojee for a great country pub meal. It offers an old fashioned, family friendly pub experience, within the serene bush surrounds of the area. It’s all within a comfortable drive north-west of Latrobe Valley. They are an extremely family orientated...

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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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Baw Baw National Park

Offering superb bushland, native forest, and ski facilities, Baw Baw National Park is an easy day trip or weekend away for Yallourn North folk. With activities including camping, bushwalking, kayaking, skiing, hunting, abseiling, rock climbing, fishing, white water rafting, picnicking, and much more, there is something for everyone regardless of your...

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Thomson Reservoir

Surrounded by pristine Baw Baw National Park and varying bushland, the Thomson Dam provides Melbourne with arguably the cleanest freshwater in the world. North of the townships of Erica and Walhalla, this reservoir was completed in 1983 providing water security for Melbourne, while creating an attractive day trip location. Many Yallourn...

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Poverty Point Bridge

Also known as Tramway Bridge, this hidden gem is often overlooked by those heading north into the bushland or to the town of Walhalla. Situated approximately 4km walk north from Walhalla Road, it offers a grade 3 walk through bushland and fauna along the Thomson River. Originally constructed in 1900 to...

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