The Great River Road
GRANYA SCOUT HUT
Settled in the mid 1800s, Talgarno is situated on the southern shoreline of Lake Hume, approximately 25kms from Albury Wodonga. Prime farming land, the first settlers to the area were cattelmen. In 1876, the Bethanga-Talgarno Gold and Copper Field opened, and although both gold and copper proved difficult to extract, the field became one of the top copper producers in Victoria.
Places of Interest
Lake Hume - popular amongst visitors and nearby communities, Lake Hume is the ideal spot for fishing, camping, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, sightseeing, wildlife and bird watching.
Mount Granya State Park - 6,140 ha of diverse vegetation and wildflowers situated on steep, forested slopes that rise dramatically above Lake Hume and surrounding valleys. The features a log scout hut built in 1937, picnic and camping areas and a seasonal waterfall, Granya Falls.
Jarvis Creek Regional Park - 2,510 ha of diverse parkland and wildlife, Jarvis Creek Regional Park consists of two major ridges that join to form a broad plateau.
Wises Creek Flora Reserve - 30 ha flora reserve set aside to whitebox vegetation,