Often referred to as the ‘Gateway to the Little Desert’, Dimboola is bursting with things to see and do, with activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Take a walk through Dimboola and you will be immersed in cultural heritage and natural beauty beyond compare.

History buffs could spend a lifetime in Dimboola and leave without capturing its story in full. From European Settlement to the long-standing and continuing indigenous heritage, from the War Memorial to the Print Museum, Dimboola’s story is a fascinating one.

Nature enthusiasts will have a field day exploring the Nine Creeks Reserve, the Little Desert National Park and Snape Reserve all close by. A short drive west will take you past Pink Lake, where pink salt is still extracted to this day and found at a café or restaurant near you.

Keep fit and enjoy the many sport and recreation facilities in town. Have a hit of golf at the sand scrape course that meanders along the River. A health and fitness centre is located at the Dimboola Memorial Secondary College, including a multi-purpose synthetic playing surface utilised for tennis and hockey at various times of the year.

Cheer on the local team at the Dimboola Recreation Reserve, the community hub over winter with football and netball teams vying to become the Wimmera’s best.

The majestic River is also home to the Dimboola Rowing Club, hosts of the annual Rowing Regatta in November. The Rowing Club is the perfect place to watch the sunsets of summer, watch the rowers practice their craft and enjoy the atmosphere surrounding the memorabilia of days gone by.

Download the Dimboola town brochure and map here.

Dimboola hosts many events throughout the year.  Visit www.visithindmarsh.com.au to discover more about Dimboola and surrounding towns.