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Tullaroop Creek Streamside Reserve

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Mt Cameron-Glengower Road, Glengower VIC 3370

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The Tullaroop Creek Streamside Reserve is a peaceful and isolated spot nestled among farmland between Glengower and Mt Cameron, Victoria. This is a quiet, scenic place for fishing or swimming. 

Foley's Crossing

This is the historic site of Foley's Crossing. The interesting remains of a significant wooden humpback bridge stand alongside the creek. Foley's Bridge was unfortunately swept away in a flood.

How to get to the Tullaroop Creek Streamside Reserve

Access to this spot is via a dirt road covered in large, loose rocks. 

Two wheel drive vehicles (which aren't too low to the ground) should make it down to the creek along Mt Cameron-Glengower Road if accessed from the Clunes-Mt Cameron Road side in dry conditions. 

In wet conditions, a four wheel drive is recommended. 

Access to the creek along Mt Cameron-Glengower Road from the Glengower Road side is much steeper and covered in large rocks - four wheel drive only if approaching from this side. 

More to explore nearby

The stunning Mount Cameron Gorge, another great fishing and swimming spot, is located a little further along Tullaroop Creek and is a short drive from here. 


  • There are heaps of fantastic swimming spots throughout the Victorian Goldfields, including the Loddon River, Cairn Curran Reservoir, Laanecoorie, Turpins Falls, and many more!


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