All posts tagged "Tullaroop"

  • Kayaking on the Kyneton Lakes

    On Wednesday morning, Minister for Fishing & Boating, Jaala Pulford, and Member for Macedon, Mary-Anne Thomas, officially opened four new reservoirs, Hepburn Lagoon, Upper Coliban, Lauriston and Malmsbury Reservoirs, to kayaks, canoes and small portable craft (car toppers) with electric...

  • On Water Access In Central Victoria A Reel Winner For Anglers and Regional Economy

    VRFish, the peak body representing Victoria’s 838,000 recreational fishers, commends the Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) on its successful ongoing implementation of phase two of the Target One Million program to create a clear path of better access to our...

  • Get on the water at Tullaroop Reservoir

    After decades of community advocacy finally on-water access at Tullaroop Reservoir, near Maryborough is now permitted for electric motored vessels, canoes and kayaks. VRFish commends the Labor State Government, Victorian Fisheries Authority and Goulburn Murray Water for working together...

  • Victoria’s Newest Native Fisheries

    Native fishing opportunities in Victoria are at an all time high as native fish are being stocked into a number of new waterways. Malmsbury, Coliban, Lauriston, Tullaroop and Barkers Creek Reservoirs and Lake Bellfield have been stocked with 120, 000...

  • Time to Take Back Our Waters

    Tullaroop Reservoir near Maryborough is a great trout fishery, whether you’re targeting brown or rainbow trout, you’re likely to leave pretty satisfied. It receives a healthy stocking rate with around 48,000 trout stocked over the past year giving anglers...

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