• Natural Attractions

The mighty Tronoh Dredge operated between 1942 and 1954 and was the largest dredge in the Southern hemisphere, weighing in at over 5000 tons. The dredge worked 24 hours a day, 6 days a week mining for gold, leaving behind a large water-filled hole. These days, the dredge is the perfect setting for a relaxing picnic, an easy walk around the waterhole, a refreshing dip or you could even try you luck with hooking a fish or two.

Tronoh Dredge Walking Track
Distance: 1.4km, 30 mins return

No bushwalking experience required. Formed track with gentle hills and steps. Sign posted. Begin your walk from the Tronoh Dredge Hole car park off Feathertop Track and head either way around this man-made lake.

Fishing

The dredge is a stocked water body so there are fish at this site, predominantly trout.

Facilities

The area has a very well-maintained picnic area with tables and BBQ, built shade areas, tree cover, public toilets and there is also a jetty. It is a stocked water body so there are fish at this site, predominantly trout. There are also car parking facilities available.