Around a 2 hour drive from 160 kms North East of Melbourne. The gateway to Lake Eildon – a water catchment constructed in the 1950s – it offers up to 600 kms of shoreline with over 800 luxury houseboats moored at any one time.
The town itself has a small population of under a thousand residents but swells with visitors on their annual pilgrimage for a freshwater holiday or on day trips from Melbourne and surrounding regions
It is a haven for water sports enthusiasts, families wanting a holiday on or near the lake and for fishermen anxious to take home a prize catch.
Lake Eildon National Park surrounds the lake offering breathtaking bushwalks to view the abundant wildlife and panoramic views of the lake from the hilltops. You don’t have to walk to enjoy the countryside as there are 4WD, horse riding and mountain bike tracks as well as canoe and white water rafting – in fact something for everyone.Being a major tourism attraction Eildon offers everything you will want or need for accommodation, dining and shopping.
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