Corop, Victoria, Australia: Information about Corop community for visitors and locals
Situated in an area of great natural beauty, Corop is a sleepy hamlet nestled between the picturesque Mount Camel Range and a series of nationally significant wetlands in north central Victoria.
Located on the Midland Highway, midway between Shepparton and Bendigo, it has a small population of approximately 150.
Corop is part of the Heathcote Wine Region, which has become well known for its high quality Shiraz producing vineyards, and is now successfully producing a wide range of other white and red varieties. Traditionally the area is known as a productive agricultural region including cropping, sheep and more recently tomatoes.
Lake Cooper, Greens Lake and the associated wetlands sit adjacent to Corop and offer a broad range of water sports and activities, including boating, fishing, bird-watching and camping.