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A township of around 300 people located half way between Bairnsdale and the Mitchell River National Park, Lindenow sits at the centre of an intensive horticulture area on the fertile Mitchell River floodplain and services the surrounding rural district. The area is home to some of the most productive agricultural land in East Gippsland and produces top quality vegetables and high-grade fine wool and dairy products.
Tour these lush fertile valleys and flats and see where Australia’s premium vegetables are grown; produce grown here is sold all around Australia. To really explore this picturesque part of East Gippsland, continue along the road to the remote community of Dargo, nestled in the foothills of the Dargo High Plains and a gateway to the Alpine National Park and Mitchell River National Park.
Things to do
Stop in at The Long Paddock for some of the best local cuisine you will ever taste!
Take a drive out along the back roads and experience the beautiful country side of this area
Stop in for a fantastic meal and a drink at the local hotel built in 1908
The infamous Wuk Wuk Bridge is a must to see. This historic bridge is well worth a look
Lindenow is home to some of the most fertile soil in Australia and is home to some of the biggest vegetables growers
Drive around the town to see just how much is grown in this region
For further information or brochures call our local Visitor Information Centre on 1800 637 060.
Travel time approximately 15mins from Bairnsdale