Located at the base of the majestic Tallarook Ranges, is the serene township of Tallarook which supports plentiful wildlife and farming properties.
The Tallarook State Forest is a popular area for adrenaline junkies, the area covers 1500 hectares of land which is a perfect place for camping, biking, hang gliding, rock climbing, car and motorcycling touring, horse riding and bushwalking. One of the most popular spots in the area is Mt Hickey, otherwise know as Mount Tallarook, this is the highest point in the area and it offers breathtaking scenery.
Nestled on the northern slopes of the Great Dividing Range, the town of Tallarook was formerly a central to the territories of the Goulburn Aboriginal tribes, they coined the term Tallarook which means ‘call of the wattle birds’.
For more information about the town and surrounds please contact the friendly staff of the Seymour Visitor Information Centre, located in the Old Court House on Emily Street, Seymour, Victoria.
Telephone: 03 5799 0233
Email: [email protected]