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Georges Creek: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Old Tallangatta Lookout


The Old Tallangatta Lookout is located on the Murray Valley Highway only 10 minutes drive from the township of Tallangatta and is the perfect place to stop and take a photo, have a picnic or stretch your legs.

The lookout offers amazing views over Lake Hume and the old Tallangatta township and the views are not to be missed when Lake Hume is at full capacity. Located along the High Country Rail Trail makes it convenient for bike riders to stop here to have a break and take out the camera for a few snaps.

Old Tallangatta Lookout offers parking, two picnic tables (one of which is undercover), information boards, a garden and access to the High Country Rail Trail.

Limited parking is available.




Murray Valley Highway
Old Tallangatta, VIC, 3701

Located 6.5K from Georges Creek

Mount Granya State Park


Mount Granya State Park is a dominant feature in the Upper Murray landscape. Its steep, forested slopes rise dramatically above Lake Hume and surrounding valleys to form prominent ridges and plateaus. The park has diverse vegetation and spectacular wildflowers.

Picnic at the Mount Granya Summit (950 metres) and enjoy views of the surrounding valleys and distant mountains. The distinctive call of the Lyrebird is often heard on the nearby Lyrebird Walk.

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.




Murray River Rd
Granya, VIC, 3701

Located 7.3K from Georges Creek

Tallangatta Foreshore


The Tallangatta Foreshore is the perfect place to spend those warmer days. Come down and sit at the picnic tables in the undercover area and watch the kids play at the splash park or perhaps you can cook up some lunch or dinner at the barbecue provided.

The Tallangatta Foreshore offers ample bench's to sit, shaded picnic tables, public toilets, parking, boat access to Lake Hume and a splash park and sandpit. Do not forget to take a photo with the large silver Pelican. Situated along the banks of beautiful Lake Hume, Tallangatta Foreshore is the perfect place to spend your weekend.




Queen Elizabeth Drive
Tallangatta, VIC, 3700

Located 10.2K from Georges Creek

Tallangatta Triangles Park


Tallangatta Triangles Park is located in the centre of the town and is popular for tourists and locals alike. Bring the kids down for a play at the large playground or perhaps invite the family down for a barbecue in the undercover area. Many local events are held in the Tallangatta Triangles. Beautiful large plane trees in the park were moved from Old Tallangatta town and offer ample shade in the warmer months.

Tallangatta Triangles Park offers plenty of picnic tables and chairs, several bench seats, rubbish bins, a war memorial, vintage lamp posts, several drinking fountains, public toilets (including disabled access and baby change facilities), a static information centre, large undercover area and several barbecues.

A great stop for the family with a large shade sail for the kids to enjoy play out of the hot sun, a playground with several swings, slides and more to offer the young members of the family and a sculpture for the adults to admire while the young members of the family are playing.




Towong Street
Tallangatta, VIC, 3700

Located 10.3K from Georges Creek

The Potted Cumquat


The Potted Cumqaut is best described as a gift store with a few plants, plus an ever changing array of giftware and homewares with a huge selection of home fragrances. Located 45 kilometres or a 30 minute drive from Albury-Wodonga, a very picturesque drive around the shores of Lake Hume to Tallangatta.

Brand favourites to the store include Glasshouse Fragrances, Myrtle and Moss, Elume , Nana Huchy, Elume, Wavetree and London, Natural Resoures Australia, Moko, Oran Leather, Most Wanted Rhicreative, Pink Paddock Store to name a few.

The Potted Cumquat grow their own supply of Potted Succulents, as well as supply a lovely collection plants for gift giving. Fresh flowers are available instore fresh every Thursday, with deliveries available in the town and outside country areas.

With attention to gift wrapping and customer service, The Potted Cumquat look forward to your visit.




51 Towong Street
Tallangatta, VIC, 3700

Located 10.3K from Georges Creek

Tallangatta Lookout


Located just off the Murray Valley Highway, just on the outskirts of Tallangatta, the Tallangatta Lookout offers you magnificent views of Tallangatta township below, Lake Hume and the Sandy Creek Bridge.

Come up and take some photos, take in the view or bring up a picnic and just relax. There are picnic tables, a lookout platform and an undercover area.




100 Tallangatta Lookout Road
Tallangatta, VIC, 3700

Located 11.7K from Georges Creek

Wymah Ferry


While you are driving along the Murray River, why not try crossing at the 'The Spirit of Wymah', a heritage listed cable ferry built in 1946.

The ferry crosses the river at Wymah in New South Wales and Granya in Victoria, and is a fun alternative which enables you to experience the Murray River. The passenger carrying ferry can take three cars, however is not suitable for caravans.

The Wymah Ferry is one of only two surviving ferries that cross the Murray River, the other being Speewa Ferry, at Swan Hill. The ferry is toll free and from September to April runs from 6am to 9pm and during May to August from 7am to 8pm. Except on the first Wednesday of every month when it is closed between 9am and 12pm.





Wymah Ferry Road
Wymah, NSW, 2640

Located 12.8K from Georges Creek

Wymah Museum


Wymah was a pioneer settlement with a small thriving township in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It featured one of the earliest ferry river crossings which conveyed both people and livestock. Nothing remains of the township except the Victoria Pub (now Fairview), opposite the original ferry crossing and the school and school house. The original pioneer families still farm the area and their histories are highlighted in the museum's many displays.

The museum offers a selection of rotating local themes and includes pioneer family history and research facilities, the history of the Wymah Ferry, Wymah School History, the rise and decline of the Wymah township, and many more.

During winter the museum is open by appointment only.




2444 Wymah Road
Wymah, NSW, 2640

Located 14.7K from Georges Creek

Kurrajong Gap Lookout


Kurrajong Gap Lookout is a short drive from Albury/Wodonga and is located between Bellbridge and Bethanga along the Kurrajong Gap Road.

The Kurrajong Gap Road quickly climbs from Lake Hume reaching the scenic lookout at the gap. It is here that you can take in some incredible views of Lake Hume, the Lake Hume Dam Wall and the cities of Albury and Wodonga below.

Bring a picnic and sit down at one of the picnic tables and take in the views of the rolling hills, lake and cities below. The lookout offers; information boards, a small carpark, several picnic tables and chairs with the option of an undercover area and a viewing platform. If you blink you might miss it, so drive carefully and keep an eye out for this fantastic lookout. Don't forget your camera.




29 Kurrajong Gap Road
Bethanga, VIC, 3691

Located 16.0K from Georges Creek

Georges Creek: Events

Wymah Family Fun Day and Fun Run


The Wymah Family Fun Day is a great day of good old fashioned fun for the whole family, all in the beautiful surroundings of the Wymah Valley.

Registration for Fun Run at 8.30am for a 9am start.

The day features country entertainment and prizes for all the family, novelty and athletic events for children and adults, sheep races, dog jumps and races, cow pat lotto, a wood raffle, gum boot toss, egg throwing, guessing competitions, children's activity text, lolly scramble and much more.

Delicious homemade food and beverages are available. There is an all day barbecue, coffee van and licensed bar.

Come enjoy a day full of fun with friends and family in the beautiful Wymah Valley.


Event Dates
2018
      29th Apr


Wymah Road
Wymah, NSW, 2640

Located 12.7K from Georges Creek

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