Towong Shire

Destination Tallangatta Streetscape Works

Destination Tallangatta Streetscape Works


Tallangatta Tomorrow is a community plan, completed in 2012. The plan has led to the delivery of $15m of community-initiated projects designed to make the most of the features that make Tallangatta a great place to live and work. Works completed by Council so far include:

• Sandy Creek Rail Bridge
• Tallangatta Sports Centre (Rowan Park)
• Tallangatta's new Community Centre and Library
• Tallangatta Bowling Club upgrade
• Lord’s Hut relocation
• Tallangatta Lookout redevelopment
• Destination Tallangatta project

Read more about Tallangatta Tomorrow here.


Destination Tallangatta is a $5.3m project, with significant Federal Government funding, that delivers the remaining priority projects identified through Tallangatta Tomorrow, including:

• traffic management and streetscape beautification works in Towong Street, including the roundabout and intersection works
• Lake Hume foreshore improvements
• a new foreshore playground
• the Tallangatta Holiday Park upgrade
• Improved pedestrian links between the Rail Trail, main shopping district, residential areas and foreshore


As part of the broader Destination Tallangatta project, the section of Towong Street between Tooma and Akuna Streets Tallangatta has been upgraded.  The works included road widening to match the pavement width at Tooma and Akuna Streets, the addition of new kerb and gutter to both sides, as well as new stormwater drainage works to the existing open channel.

Works at the intersection of Banool Road and Towong Street have also been completed, including new curb outstands, landscaping, paving, upgrades to footpaths and new crossing points to the Triangles to improve pedestrian safety.

Works are now underway on the eastern and western intersections of Towong Street at both ends of the Triangles. Plans for the works are available to download from this webpage

Last updated: 21 July 2017