Lake Fyans constructed in 1914-16 on the site of Black. Swamp. Situated southwest of Stawell near Pomonal it is fed by Stony and Fyans Creeks, and is a water reservoir for Stawell, Great Western & Ararat.
Wimmera River Rail Bridge at Quantong. The timber trestle rail bridge was built in 1887 and originally had 87 spans. This section of the Carpolac line was closed in 1986. Victorian Heritage Council B6910.
Pink Lake at Lochiel, on the Western Highway near Dimboola. The pink tinge of the water comes from the beta carotene pigment secreted by microscopic algae. The intensity of the pink varies with the amount of water in the lake. More light is reflected from the white crystallised salt reducing the impact of the pink when drier. A rest stop beside the highway overlooks the lake. The salt was commercially harvested from the 1860s. ‘Pink Lake Salt’ is commercially available.
The Donald water tower under construction in There is scaffolding around the tower and workmen are laying bricks at an upper level. The tower was demolished in 1918 and site became the ladies croquet green.