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Wangaratta is a regional capital of some 17 500. It is also the northern starting point of the Great Alpine Road. The plentiful water supply must have been a major attraction to early settlers.

The Ovens and King Rivers, which wind tortuously through the eastern section of town, meet at Wangaratta, leaving a number of lagoons and billabongs in their wake. Furthermore, Three Mile Creek runs along the western edge of town and One Mile Creek through the centre. Plenty of parkland has been preserved.

Destinations to explore near Wangaratta

Photos Courtesy Laurie Davies Photography



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Distance & direction from Melbourne: 252 Klms NE

Population: 26,815 (approx)

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