Balmoral is a historic township in redgum country on the Glenelg River, 79 kilometres south-west of Horsham and 328km north west of Melbourne. The area produces fine merino wool, lamb, beef, hay, herbs, cereal and oil seed crops. Balmoral’s many facilities include the Bush Nursing Centre, Community Store, 24-hour fuel, golf, bowls and swimming pool. The large-scale Martinich-Carran mural makes a contemporary statement in the village centre.
For those visiting Balmoral, parking is permitted in the square for up to eight vehicles for a maximum of 48 hours, free of charge. Bins and barbecues are provided, and free potable water is available at Seymour Park on the corner of Glendinning Street and Rocklands Road.
Balmoral is the gateway to the popular Rocklands Reservoir for camping, fishing and recreational water sports. The Grampians and Black Range State Forests surround, with excellent bush walking, Aboriginal rock art, wildflowers and breathtaking views, making the square the perfect location to base yourself while you explore the region.
Contact: Balmoral Post Office
Phone: 03 5570 1280 or 0400 191 610
Cost: Nil cost. Donations can be made to Balmoral Post Office or Community Store.
Parking: In town centre, access via Bell St or Glendinning St, self-contained RVs only, 48hrs, BBQ, bins, free potable water at Seymour Park (Cnr of Glendinning St & Rocklands Rd).
Opening Hours: 7 days