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Your hosts of the Nangiloc Tavern, John and Vanessa Cox aren't your run-of-the-mill innkeepers. Sure, they pour the odd beer and listen to you grouch about the state of the local roads or the AFL, but they also collect and sort the mail and they also find time to take a grocery order on the dog and bone. The tavern is, in effect, the social and trading centre of the small, border-hugging Sunraysia town of Nangiloc in the far north-west corner of the state. Toss in the bowling and the footy club and you just about have the town covered, but the charms of Mildura and romantic Murray River cruises are just a few kilometres to the north while the serenity and bush-walking tracks of the Hattah-Kulkyne National Park lie just to the south. The southern bank stretch of the Murray River between Nangiloc and Colignan is a favoured haunt of boaties, picnickers, campers and anglers. The tracks that meander through the riverside stands of red gum and black box and their attendant billabongs are popular with bush-walkers. Nangiloc is 30km south-east of the major mallee centre of Red Cliffs which boasts Big Lizzie - an incredible, 45-tonne steel workhorse which cleared 1500ha of surrounding land.

Nangiloc: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Murray-Kulkyne Regional Park

Centred on an impressive system of lakes, Murray-Kulkyne Park and the adjoining Hattah-Kulkyne National Park offer outdoor enthusiasts an abundance of wildlife, majestic River Red Gums, ancient Buloke trees amid rolling sand plain, and the distinctive mallee for which this region is renowned. Camping, caravanning, fishing, boating, swimming and walking are popular.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Kulkyne Way
Colignan, VIC, 3494

Located 22.6K from Nangiloc

Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway

The Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway was formed in 1994 under the auspices of the Red Cliffs Rotary Club to operate the restored Kerr Stuart 0-4-2T steam locomotive named 'Lukee' B/N 742/1901, that formerly operated between Red Cliffs railway station and the Red Cliffs pumping station. A two kilometre section of the former 1600 millimetre gauge Red Cliffs. Morkalla branch line has been converted to 610 millimetre gauge for tourist train operation.

In 2004, Red Cliffs Historical Railway purchased an EM Baldwin diesel locomotive which after extensive renovation by members Russell Savage and John Page was commissioned in June 2005. Named 'Harry' the Locomotive regularly shares running days with 'Lukee' and gives the Railway the flexibility of one off specials.

Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway is located on the corner of the Calder Highway and Millewa Road Red Cliffs and is approximately two kilometres from the Red Cliffs township.

The Railway operates on the first Sunday of the Month except January and February.

The Railway also operates on the Sundays of Victorian Labour Day and Queen's Birthday long weekends.

110 Millewa Road
Red Cliffs, VIC, 3496

Located 23.5K from Nangiloc

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