Trawool Reservoir - Tallarook State Forest

Free Camping - Victoria

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Traawool Reservoir was built in the 1890s to supply water to Seymour and the nearby railway. The 350 foot long high granite ashlar masonry weir is no longer used as a water supply. It holds water year round and remains an attractive feature in the forest. The spelling was changed from Traawool to Trawool sometime in the early 1900s.

The area is now popular for picnicking and fishing. Please note, there are no dedicated facilities available on-site. 




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