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Tallandoon: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Eskdale Information Centre and Rest Area

Located in Eskdale, this rest area is the perfect place to stop and stretch your legs. Offering ample parking, public toilets (including an accessible toilet), picnic tables, barbecue, rubbish bins, water (not suitable for drinking) and an undercover area to sit out of the sun or rain, this is a perfect place for a picnic or a break in your drive.

Take a stroll and read about the Beaufort Bomber air crash or admire the war memorials. The information centre is not manned and has basic information about the surrounding areas.

Next time you are passing through Eskdale, do not forget to stop here.

Omeo Highway
Eskdale, VIC, 3701

Located 4.9K from Tallandoon

Eskdale Wayside Stop

A beautiful scenic stop along the Omeo Highway in the township of Eskdale.

Make sure you bring your camera along because this is the perfect place for a photo stop. Break up your scenic drive at this beautiful little rest area and enjoy a picnic lunch on the picnic tables and chairs available or just stop to take in the stunning views of the surrounding mountains and Mitta River.

Omeo Highway
Eskdale, VIC, 3701

Located 6.1K from Tallandoon

Pigs Point Streamside Reserve

Pigs Point Streamside Reserve is a peaceful place to stop to break up your drive along the Omeo Highway. Stop for a quick picnic or if you are keen on staying a little longer, set up camp.

If travelling from the Murray Valley Highway, Pigs Point Streamside Reserve is located approximately five kilometres down the Omeo Highway and is the first reserve on the left hand side.

Pigs Point Streamside Reserve has a small camp ground and picnic area offering river access. Peaceful and serene this reserve offers lush green grass, plenty of shade, a picnic table, bush toilets and river access. No rubbish bins are available so please ensure that you take your rubbish with you.

Omeo Highway,
Lot 2
Eskdale, VIC, 3701

Located 8.6K from Tallandoon

Banimboola Power Station Rest Area

This small rest area is located along the Dartmouth Road only a few kilometres from Dartmouth township on the Mitta Mitta and Eskdale side of Dartmouth.

This small rest area offers picnic tables and chairs (some shaded), public toilets, rubbish bins and views of the spillway. The road into the rest area is unsealed.

Dartmouth Road
Dartmouth, VIC, 3701

Located 18.9K from Tallandoon

Banimboola Creek Rest Area

This small peaceful rest area is located beside the Banimboola Creek and offers plenty of space to park your vehicle.

This rest area is located on the Dartmouth Road approximately one kilometre from Dartmouth. Offering plenty of shade and beautiful views, this is a great place for you to set yourself up for a picnic beside the creek.

Dartmouth Road
Dartmouth, VIC, 3701

Located 19.7K from Tallandoon

Dartmouth Dam Display Park

A visit to Dartmouth would not be complete without a visit to the Dartmouth Dam Display Park. Located opposite the Alpine Caravan Park, there are many things to see here including a weather monitoring station, old water wheel, creek crusher battery, a roller and more.

Public toilets are available including disabled access. There is a playground in the park which is situated beside the Tabor Creek and offers the kids a climbing area and slides.

The park also offers several undercover barbecue areas, picnic tables, bench seats and a rubbish bin. The Dartmouth Dam boat ramp is only 11 kilometres away.

Horsfall Road
Dartmouth, VIC, 3701

Located 22.9K from Tallandoon

Dartmouth Dam Wall Picnic Area

Your visit to Dartmouth would not be complete if you did not head out to the Dartmouth Dam wall and take a drive across it. At the other side of the dam wall is an ideally located picnic area allowing you to take in the depth and size of Dartmouth Dam.

This picnic area offers ample car parking, a spill viewing area, several picnic tables (some offering shade), rubbish bins, information boards giving you an insight into Dartmouth Dam and a toilet block with disabled access.

Whether you stop here for a few minutes just to take in the views and some photos or you plan on spending a few hours here, your visit to Dartmouth must include a drive over the dam wall and a visit to this picnic area.

Dartmouth Road
Dartmouth, VIC, 3701

Located 24.0K from Tallandoon

Dartmouth Dam and Lake Dartmouth

Dartmouth Dam is located in the beautiful Mitta Valley, just a short drive from the township of Dartmouth. Dartmouth Dam is operated by Goulburn-Murray Water on behalf of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority. The dam's purpose includes irrigation, the generation of hydro-electric power, water supply and conservation. It is the largest capacity dam in Victoria and the highest structure of its kind in Australia.

The dam can store almost 4,000,000 megalitres. The Dartmouth Dam stores water from the Victorian High Country's snow fields for summer release into the Mitta Mitta (and downstream Lake Hume) and eventually into the greater Murray River. The Dartmouth Power Station is located near the dam wall and generates power to the national grid.

The impounded reservoir is called Dartmouth Reservoir or Lake Dartmouth. The Dartmouth Reservoir is a popular recreational trout and macquarie perch fishery and is regularly restocked by the Victorian Department of Primary Industries. Lake Dartmouth offers a variety of water sports as well as recreation facilities.

Camping is permitted in designated areas around the lake, some of which can only be reached by boat. House boating and water skiing is not permitted.

Dartmouth Road
Dartmouth, VIC, 3701

Located 24.2K from Tallandoon

Sandy Creek Bridge

The Sandy Creek Bridge forms a portion of the High Country Rail Trail. The Sandy Creek Bridge was reconstructed in 2012 with a 600 metre architecturally designed pedestrian and cycling bridge, sitting on the original rail pylons stripped of track after the Cudgewa branch line closed in 1981.

Adjacent to the bridge are picnic tables and a viewing platform to take in the spectacular scenery.

Sandy Creek Bridge
Huon, VIC, 3695

Located 24.7K from Tallandoon

Tallandoon: Events

Pop Up Farm-Gate

Mitta Valley community get together to display and sell their fresh produce grown at home or on the farm.

Popping up during the year at various times, joining in with other events that are held in the Mitta Valley, you are bound to find jams, relish, chutney, sauces, fruit, vegetables, honey and walnuts to indulge in.

Event Dates
      8th Feb
      7th Mar
      11th Apr
      9th May

5557 Omeo Highway
Mitta Mitta, VIC, 3701

Located 13.4K from Tallandoon