Welcome to Water Wheel Country

Often known as Water Wheel Country, Tatura is an energetic town known to double its population when hosting major events such as the southern hemisphere’s largest dairy show International Dairy Week.

Lined with historic architecture including the beautiful Court House and old convent buildings, the main street of Tatura is steeped in history. 

With seven Prisoner of War Camps in operation around the district during World War II, the German War Cemetery and one of the most significant war time museums in Victoria are located in Tatura, depicting cultural history through photographs, memorabilia, artefacts, intelligence reports and newspaper articles.   Visit the statue of Victoria Cross recipient Private Robert Mactier, in the park named in his honour.

Tatura is also home to Cussen Park, a natural wetland environment which comes alive with an array of natural wildlife and birdlife. The attractive Lark Bartlett is located centrally in town and Stuart Mock Place where the town and its people are depicted in a beautiful mosaic artwork.

Accredited Tourism Information Centre

Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre

The Visitor Centre, located at 33 Nixon Street, Shepparton, is your first stop for information on things to see and do and where to stay while in Greater Shepparton. Providing quality information and brochures on accommodation, attractions, events and activities, the friendly staff and volunteers have the expert knowledge to make your stay in the region a memorable one.

Open: 9.00am to 5.00pm everyday except Christmas Day.
Telephone Enquiries: 1800 808 839 (Toll-free within Australia) or +61-3-5832 9330 (outside Australia)

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