Heading South for Winter travel blog





Lake Hume is an artificial lake formed by the Hume Weir east of Albury-Wodonga on the Murray River just downstream of its junction with the Mitta River.

The small towns of Tallangatta, Bonegilla and Bellbridge are located on its shores.

The dam wall is 51 metres high and 1,616 metres long, and at 100% capacity can hold 3,036,500 megalitres of water which is approximately 5 times the volume of Sydney Harbour.

The trees are some of the biggest I have seen, the grass is greener and the scenery is breathtaking and just so peaceful. The dam is currently 98% full.

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