Lake Wallace is 1 hour's drive from Kaniva. It has become a hub of leisure activities and the lake is stocked with red-fin and trout. Over the Melbourne Cup weekend, Edenhope hosts its annual fishing completion. The Edenhope Lakeside Tourist Parkoverlooks the lake with good camping and caravan amenities. Edenhope is the birthplace of the first Aboriginal cricket team (1868). A cairn adjacent to Lake Wallace on College grounds honours the team where they practised and played. The Edenhope Visitor Information Centre is situated in the former court house (circa 1878). The Red Tail Gallery hosts a variety of local art and is situated in the main street along with Now Dach's a Gallery, Further down the street is Edenhope Antiques and well worth a visit. Visit Edenhope Tourism for more information.
Kaniva, first and last highway town in Victoria. Gateway to the Wimmera Mallee Silo Art Trail. Home of Sheep Art.