An historic streetscape awaits you at Tarnagulla.
Known as the 'Town of Churches', Tarnagulla boasts an historic streetscape waiting to be explored. Read the blue plaques as you wander around.
The Grey Box Tree at the corner of Commercial Road and the Wimmera Highway is significant, as the Allen family camped under this tree in 1853.
The Historic Recreation Reserve in Wayman Street features a unique two story pavilion. There is also a Band rotunda. The camping ground has toilets.
Tarnagulla Cemetery is a must for family historians.
The Soldiers’ Memorial Park features a playground, gas BBQ and toilets.
"Bell's Cottage" was built by Mr Bert Bell, who was a returned soldier from both the 1st and 2nd World Wars. He carried the stone to build his home on his bicycle.
CYCLE & WALKING TRACKS
Enjoy the Cycling and walking tracks, Scenic drives, Bird watching, Wildflowers, the Loddon River, Canoeing, Kayaking, Fishing, Gold detecting, Aboriginal sites, Wildlife, Beautiful sunsets and Photography, that this area has on offer.
Named after the Bush Ranger “Captain Melville.” Melville Caves is home to the rare Box & Iron Bark Forest, and has amazing granite outcrops dotted throughout the Park. Walk or drive up to the lookout which offers a 360 degree view of surrounding areas.
The BBQ and Picnic area are at the base of the Granite outcrop. The camping ground is near the top of the caves. Enjoy the walking tracks, native flowers and bird life.
Home of the Welcome Stranger Monument, and the birth place of John Flynn.
Situated on the banks of the Loddon River. Known as the Fisherman’s Haven, enjoy kayaking, canoeing, bird watching, and photography. Enjoy a meal at the General Store & Café or the Newbridge Hotel.