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Welcome to Woomelang

Located on the Sunraysia Highway, Woomelang was originally known as "Cronomby" after the natural waterhole that first attracted the early settlers to this area.

When the railway line arrived, the Government constructed earthen dams or "Tanks" as they became known, which are still there today but have been cleaned out and linked together to create a popular picnic area and fishing spot.


Cronomby Tanks was originally a precinct where steam trains reloaded water supplies but today it’s a rugged sanctuary where people can camp for free, picnic, bird watch and bush walk. The untamed Mallee bush that surrounds Cronomby Tanks makes you feel a million miles away and don’t forget to take a fishing rod and relax by the soothing ponds.


A fascinating attraction to the south of Woomelang is a shearing shed constructed during World War II. Due to wartime shortages, the shed is made of compacted kerosene tins. Woomelang has some great heritage and architecture including the heritage listed veranda/awning at the Woomelang Railway Station, the Court House and the local cemetery is a rich source of genealogical information.

Located south of Woomelang on the Sunraysia Highway is the Wild Dog Net Fence.

If you are looking for a good read, grab a copy of "Land Worth Saving". This locally authored book tells the history of Woomelang between 1898 - 1980


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  • Woomelang Caravan Park

    This free park provides powered and non powered sites, amenities and is located in close proximity to the public playground.

  • Woomelang Hotel

    Opening days
    Wednesday to Sunday
    Lunch is available Friday to Sunday
    Dinner is Available Wednesday to Sunday

    A truly family friendly pub with newly renovated Bars and Dining Areas.
    On offer is a traditional Pub Menu with nearly all the food prepared in house boasting fresh home-made pizzas as well as regular international themed cuisine nights.
    Meals are available over the bar or in our cosy 44 seat dining room or where ever you feel inclined to eat.
    There is a massive landscaped beer garden with nearly 300m2 of lawns and a playground for the kids.
    The large lounge area includes a full size pool table and juke box with full surround sound.
    Caravaners are more than welcome to park in the massive back yard and come in to enjoy a meal or a refreshing drink or even try our delicious fresh ground coffee imported directly from Papua New Guinea.


  • Woomelang General Store

    Opened from 8am to 6pm daily, sit in or take away, the Store offers a range of cafe styled food and drinks, including cappuccino/lattes, ice creams, lollies, general grocery needs and crushed ice. The Cafe also caters for small or large function, on or off the premises, in addition to take away foods Fri-Sun, pizzas on Wednesday nights and Southern Fried Chicken on Thursday nights. Located in store is the town's Australia Post Office where you can purchase prepaid phone credit, pay bills or withdraw cash


General Store
Police Station Telephone: (03) 50812055
Australia Post
Service Station
Bush Nursing Centre with visiting Doctors
Swimming Pool (Nov-March)
Historical Society


Woomelang has excellent sporting facilities including Bowls, 18 hole Golf Course (scrapes), Swimming, Football, Netball and Tennis.


Australia Day Breakfast - January
Spring Flower Show - 3rd Thursday in October
Christmas Eve Street Party - December


woomelangwebsitethumbFor tourist information and a bite to eat don’t go past the Woomelang Cafe, the local meeting place, visit Yarriambiack Shire Council Website, download the brochure or visit the Woomelang website