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Welcome to Sea Lake

Sea Lake is the Heart of the Mallee and home of the Mallee Rally. It is the heart of the vast cereal growing food bowl of Victoria - a sight to behold in spring and at summer harvest time! It is far enough away from the city hustle and bustle yet fully connected with the touch of an internet finger and an easy drive highway! Sea Lakes attractions include include a brand new travelers rest located on the Calder’s highway a short walk from the shops.


Just out of town is Lake Tyrrell a salt lake covering about 180 square kilometers. Lake Tyrrell is renowned as a start gazing area because the sky receives very little man made light.

Lake Tyrrell is a unique salt lake located 7kms north of Sea Lake. The Lake environment is host to Mallee reptiles, kangaroos, emus, white-faced chats, and an inland gullery.

To get to Lake Tyrrell, which is Victoria's largest salt lake covering 20,860 hectares, head north on the Calder Highway and it's well signposted on your right-hand side. There is a viewing platform and information bay.

The lake is quite ancient. It may have been formed by drifting sand blocking the passage of Tyrrell Creek. Over time it became a giant salt basin due to the flow of subterranean saline water and the run-off from Tyrrell Lake. It is dry most of the year although, at times, it may be covered by shallow water. Evaporation leaves a salt crust which is commercially extracted by the Cheetham Salt Works at the northern end of the lake. Over 100,000 tonnes of salt is extracted from the lake each year by Cheetham Salt. The first recorded salt harvest from Lake Tyrrell was in 1896.

Green Lake is a small and very attractive lake in the middle of a wheat-belt area with sandy beaches, powered camping sites, showers and lots of picnic/barbecue areas, bush walks, gum trees and shade. It is located 10km from Sea Lake along the road to Birchip and has powered sites and facilities for individuals or groups to meet or stay. The lake, which was dry for several years, has had water for the last couple of years and is suitable for swimming and limited boating. Bush walking can be enjoyed around the outskirts of the lake bed and in an adjacent reserve of mallee and pine-buloke woodland.

20km south-east of Sea Lake is the Mallee town of Berriwillock, approximately half way between Bendigo and Mildura on the Calder Highway, and 70 km West from Swan Hill and the Murray River.

Berriwillock is a small town of approx 200 people, and a renowned wheat growing and farming community. The Golden Crown Hotel, a General store, Café, Farm Supplies Retailer and Grain Storage Facilities, Bowling club, Tennis Club, Golf Club and a local Swimming Pool keep the small, North-Western Victorian town of Berriwillock on the map.


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  • Green Lake Caravan Park

    The Green Lake Caravan Park has 68 powered sites.

  • Green Lake Lions Camp

  • Kaneira Hotel

    The Kaneira Hotel is a magnificent old hotel that is as enticing today as the day it was built. It is the centerpiece of Culgoa and is worth turning off the highway to call in and experience. Your hosts will treat you like a local so why not call in and see why people like living in the country.

    Caravan and campers can take advantage of their FREE CAMPING area adjacent to the hotel

  • Lake Tyrrell Accommodation

    Offers Villas catering for 4 to 10 guests, featuring air conditioning, free Wi-Fi in selected villas, kitchen facilities - A host to provide advice on the best ways to access and view the nearby Lake Tyrrell

  • Royal Hotel

    The Royal Hotel is a classic styled hotel located in the middle of the shopping area in Best Street Sea Lake. The ‘Top Pub’ as it is known to locals provides accommodation good food, drinks and the convenience of the shops at your doorstep.

  • Sea Lake Motel

    Sea Lake’s only motel, is located on the Calder Highway at the Southern end of town with 24 hour booking and free wifi. This is a great small country motel set back off the road with trees to shelter the highway noise while you sleep. 

  • Sea Lake Recreation Reserve Caravan Park

    At the rear of the Recreation Reserve is the Caravan Park, which contains powered and unpowered sites, hot showers and laundry facilities.



155 Horace Street, Sea Lake
Telephone (03) 5070 1406

Foodworks Supermarket
65 Best Street, Sea Lake
Telephone (03) 5070 1090

Sea Lake Post Office
Cnr Best Street and the Calder Highway
Telephone (03) 5070 2163


Sea Lake Golf Club, 9 Hole Sand Scrape course. Open during the months April to October. Greenswamp Rd, Sea Lake. Telephone (03) 5070 1028
Swimming Pools are located in Sea Lake and Berriwillock


Australia Day Celebrations - January
Mallee Rally - June long weekend
Cup Day Luncheon - first Tuesday in November
Christmas Party - December
Night Under the Stars (NUTS) - New Year's Eve


For more information about Sea Lake and Berriwillock, please visit Advance Sea Lake, or visit the Buloke Shire Website