Our Town

    About the Area

    Edenhope is a small town in the West Wimmera.

    Built on the banks of Lake Wallace, it’s a thriving
    district with a population of around 1000.

    You will be fascinated with Edenhope and the
    surrounding areas which are dotted with chains
    of wetlands, lakes and majestic Red Gums.

    Lake Wallace has been known for great fishing
    from bank or boat and is stocked with Rainbow
    and Brown Trout.

    Things to do

    Swimming, fishing and watersports at Lake Wallace.

    Bird watching at Lake Wallace, back swamp and
    surrounding wetlands.

    View the colourful contemporary murals of local birds
    on the wall of the Bendigo Bank.

    Antiques for all tastes at Edenhope Antiques.
    Visit the Red Tail Gallery.

    Aboriginal Cricket Cairn – honoring Australia’s First XI.
    Wander through the Flora Reserve.

    Walk or ride the 5.2 km track around Lake Wallace.

    Take the Historical walk around town.

    Discover Edenhope

    Edenhope Visitor Information Centre

    Former courthouse and lockup, local produce and visitor information.

    96 Elizabeth St, Edenhope

    Phone: 03 5585 1509

Facilities

Shopping: We have retail shops including;
Edenhope Antiques, Melindari Fashions,
The Red Tail Gallery, Edenhope Op Shop,
Edenhope Butchers, Vanillah Hair & Beauty,
Edenhope Foodworks Supermarket,
West Wimmera Rural Services, D’Lush Beauty,
Bereden Gift Shop, Post Office, Pharmacy.

ATM at Bendigo Bank

Service Stations: Food, petrol, LPG and repairs.

Hospital and Medical Services: Public hospital, doctors,
maternal and child health centre, auxiliary health services.

Internet and Email Access: Edenhope Library

Sporting: Bowls, tennis, football, netball, cricket,
hockey, pony club, adult riding club, little athletics,
Kowree Sports Centre, swimming pool and gymnasium.

Golf Course: 18 Hole grass greens with watered fairways,
set adjacent to natural bushland. City course in the country.
Fully licensed. Contact Edenhope Golf Club on 03 5585 1139 for event details.

Public Toilets: Elizabeth Street and adjacent to Lake Wallace.