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600 Acres of freedom 

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$au50 p/n

Hidden Hill Top 

$au50 p/n

$au50 p/n

Catch a Yabby or Two

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$au50 p/n

Bush Camping 

$au40 p/n

Creek Plains

$au50 p/n

Dam Views 

$au50 p/n

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Dean W.

We had a great time here. Views were incredible and we had the peace and quiet we were after. Our daughter loved the animals. Some roads are pretty steep for a big motorhome (like ours) so it may be good to check. We're very glad we reached the top of the hill though! Will return someday.


Gabriella J.

What a lovely spot ! Our camp site had a 360 degree view of beautiful hills and countryside. A little bit windy as you are exposed but the view makes up for it. Very private site with no one anywhere near. Will return.


Andrea S.

We stayed on the hidden hilltop. While it was difficult to orient our large camper trailer on top of the hill to maximise shade and level ground, it was totally worth it for the spectacular 360 degree views and breathtaking sunrise and sunset. It felt completely secluded just as we like it.

This is what our happy campers say


Seven Hills Tallarook sits on a 600-acre property, roughly 10kms of the Hume Freeway at Tallarook, one hour North of Melbourne.


As the name suggests, we sit on seven hills with 360-degree views over Broadford, Tallarook Ranges, Seymour and Puckapunyal. Our property has seven dams and 2 kilometres of Sunday Creek frontage filled with yabbies and a range of fish. We have a wide range of farm animals, with our main business being Farmed Boer Goats, along with pigs, sheep, cows, alpacas, chickens, ducks, turkeys, dogs, cats and ponies. At dusk, we have an abundance of wildlife - kangaroos, rabbits, deer, wallabies.


We have in excess of 10 kilometres of roads within the property, providing access to all parts and with the majority of the roads being 2WD and all ending back at the same place, you won't get lost (please note: speed restrictions apply at 15kph)