A quiet place offering excellent trout fishing and some challenging mountain walks, the little town of Tullah has long been isolated in the rainforests of the West Coast Range. The name Tullah comes from an Aboriginal word meaning ‘meeting of two rivers’; the town is, in fact, almost an island, surrounded by deep, tannin-brown waterways. It's nooked into the nape of majestic Mts Farrell and Murchison, and the waters of Lake Rosebery lap close.
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