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An agricultural centre on the Loddon River, Kerang is the gateway to the Kerang Wetlands system. The system is made up of over 50 lakes and marshes stretching from Kerang to Lake Boga in the north-west. Species of waterbirds include sea eagles, ibis, herons, coots and spoonbills.


Kerang Wetlands system
Ibis Rookery, Middle Lake Bird Hide and Reedy Lake Sanctuary
Kerang Historical Museum

Just the facts:

Getting there: 275 kilometres north-east of Melbourne. Travel via Bendigo on the Calder Highway then follow the Loddon Highway to Kerang (source: www.visitvictoria.com).