The tiny town of Jamieson is at the junction of the Jamieson and Upper Goulburn Rivers. Below the town, the rivers become an arm of man-made Lake Eildon which was built to supply Victorians back in 1956. For those who like to measure water supplies, Lake Eildon equates to 6 Sydney Harbours.
Both the Jamieson and Upper Goulburn Rivers are delightful mountain streams as they flow towards Jamieson and the town walk along the banks of the Jamieson reveals an array of charming cottages tucked behind gardens filled with deciduous specimens and rhododendrons. This region is awash with colour and new growth in the spring one can only imagine the beauty of autumn when the trees begin to turn.