Tatura is the next town visited in the Dairy/ Fruit cluster of towns. Tatura is a nice town that has an air of activity about it. When visiting be sure to allow an overnight to get the best out this nice town.
Attractions include the Cussen Park wetlands and the Wartime Camps and Irrigation Museum. It is home to Tatura Milk Industries, Goulburn-Murray Water's head office and the Tatura Research and Extension Centre of the Victorian Department of Primary Industry located at Tatura East. In addition, Unilever has one of its food processing plants situated in the Northern half of the town. The town is associated with the water wheel or Dethridge Wheel, a device used to measure the amount of irrigation water released from a channel to a farmer's property.
The name of the town is an Aboriginal word meaning "small lagoon".