TALLANGATTA & SURROUNDS 

THE TOWN THAT MOVED

Stunning views, small town charm and quirky history all come together in the picturesque Lake Hume region.

Sitting pretty next to Lake Hume, Tallangatta was physically moved when the Hume Weir was built in the 1950’s. Now, it’s in a prime position for water activities, and is a stone’s throw from Mt Granya and Mt Lawson State Parks. Top tip: Stop in at the Tallangatta Lookout for breathtaking valley views.

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Lake Hume 

Lake Hume is an impressive body of water held by an awe-inspiring dam wall and is an easy 15-minute drive from Albury Wodonga. There’s something for everybody at Lake Hume.

For the adventurous, there is wakeboarding, water skiing, tube-riding, and stand-up paddleboarding.

For those who like a gentler pace, the foreshore is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic, fire up a barbecue and experience the mountain views while you connect with friends and family.

Fishing enthusiasts have been casting off into Lake Hume for generations. Try your luck hooking one of our local freshwater specialties, Murray Cod, Rainbow Trout, Redfin and Golden Perch. Before you bait your hook make sure to grab yourself a Victorian Fishing License that covers you for the entirety of Lake Hume (NSW and Victoria).

Sixtyfour Degrees 

Sixtyfour Degrees are a cafe serving a full cafe-style breakfast and homemade cakes and slices.

Brewing the best coffee in town (sixpence from Bright) and a large selection of lunch options from homemade pies, sausage rolls and focaccias.

They just simply love what they do!

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