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Welcome to Edenhope

Built on the banks of Lake Wallace, Edenhope is 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 Redfin and Trout. (*Seasonal water permitting.)

Be sure to visit the Back Swamp, diagonally opposite the Old Court House, habitat of abundant bird life which can be viewed from the bird hide and bird walk 5km relaxing walk. Many varieties of birds and parrots including the extremely rare Red-tailed Black Cockatoo can be seen around Edenhope and the district. Why not take a walk around Lake Wallace and view the wetlands and water sports (water permitting) or wander through the Flora Reserve. Edenhope also has antiques for all tastes.

The giant green boulders that are The Bailey's Rocks are another great place to explore.


Did you know that it was on the banks of Lake Wallace in the 1860’s that local Aboriginal station workers were trained in the art of batting, bowling and the fundamentals of cricket? A Cairn, along with an information bay, honouring this elite team who became the first Australian International Touring Cricket Team in 1868, is erected on the Edenhope College oval where you can read their fascinating story.

At the former Court House (circa 1878) you will see the manner in which prisoners were brought before the Judge in the last one hundred years. The Magistrate’s Bench, Prisoners Dock, the Pews and the Public Gallery have been preserved in immaculate condition. With a pretty cottage garden surrounding the building it is now home for the Visitor Information Centre. Old lock-up c1860 now houses historical information and memorabilia.

Edenhope has so much to see and do so come and enjoy the 'Henley on Lake Wallace' Festival or experienced a country race meeting on your next holiday.


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  • Edenhope Lakeside Tourist Park

    Halfway between Adelaide and Melbourne. Ensuite cabins and shady sites. Camp kitchen and rec room. Central to shops, bowls, golf and pool. The perfect place to relax.

  • Edenhope Motor Inn

    13 comfortable ground floor units plus Casper's fully licensed restaurant. Backing onto well maintained golf course, easy day trips to local attractions and Coonawarra wine region.

  • Higgelty Piggelty Bed & Breakfast

    Enjoy a comfortable place to sleep and a delicious breakfast at the Higgelty Piggelty Bed & Breakfast.

  • Lake Wallace Hotel

  • The Plover Inn Farmstay B&B

    Enjoy Bed and Breakfast at The Plover Inn Farmstay and B&B.



Shopping Centre: Busy Elizabeth Street has undergone a streetscape upgrade and offers a wide range of retail and antique shops, food outlets, post office, pharmacy, EFTPOS facilities, ATM at Bendigo Bank, and public amenities.
Service Stations: Food, petrol, LPG and repairs.
Hospital and Medical Services: Public hospital, doctor, maternal and child health centre, auxiliary health services.
Internet and Email Access: at the Edenhope Library and Edenhope Visitor Information Centre.
Public Toilets:Elizabeth Street and adjacent to Lake Wallace.


Sporting: Bowls, tennis, football, netball, cricket, Pony Club and 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.


Lake Charlegrark Country Music Marathon - 3rd weekend in February
Edenhope Racing Club Cup - Labour Day weekend.
Edenhope Market - 3rd Sunday of December, March, June and September


For more information about Edenhope visit the Edenhope Tourism Website or visit the West Wimmera Shire Council Website.