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Tallangatta the replaced town by Lake Hume
The township on the present site was officially declared in 1956, as it replaced an earlier township, 7km to the east, flooded by the waters of the enlarged Lake Hume. It is now the service centre for the surrounding farming district as well as being an all-season holiday location and a convenient stopping place for people moving between north-eastern Victoria, the snowfields and the Snowy Mountains.
Tallangatta Beach, Lake Hume. This area is on the shore of the lake and provides picnic and barbecue facilities and a boat ramp. It is suitable for swimming, boating, waterskiing and fishing.
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