Located between Warracknabeal and Hopetoun on the banks of the Yarriambiack Creek, Brim takes its name from the Aboriginal word for “spring”.
9 kilometers north of Brim on the Henty Highway is the Netting Fence, constructed in 1885 to stop rabbits invading the Mallee from the south and to keep the dingos to the north. The fence is also the division between the Wimmera and the Mallee regions.
The Yarriambiack Creek at Brim will bring you back to nature and is an ideal spot for skiing, swimming and fishing.
If you’re looking for a relaxing and affordable escape from the hustle and bustle, try Redda’s Park on the Yarriambiack Creek at Brim. An ideal location for camping, Redda’s park offers a bushland setting, amenities, walking tracks, powered and unpowered sites and BBQ facilities.
Guido van Helten, a world renowned street artist, painted the 1944 Brim Silos in December 2015 that feature a 30mt X 30mt mural. The iconic artwork depicts generations of the local community.