Nestled at the foot of the magnificent Tallarook Ranges, the quiet township of Tallarook has its history linked with the expanding railway network.
On the northern slopes of the Great Dividing Range, the town is well protected. The land was once central to the territories of the Goulburn Aboriginal tribes, in whose language, Tallarook means ‘call of the wattle birds’.
Today Tallarook supports abundant wildlife and farming properties. The local vineyards are gaining an international reputation and are the perfect place to unwind and explore.
Tallarook is the starting point of the Great Victorian Rail Trail, a shared walking, cyclist and horse riding track that extends 134km — making it the longest rail trail in Australia.
There is also a monthly farmers' market, held on the first Sunday of every month.