Located 8kms from Nagambie, the weir raises the level of the Goulburn River so that water can be diverted by gravity along channels to supply irrigation water to Goulburn-Murray Water customers. Facilities available at Goulburn Weir include a large grassed area, playground equipment, fishing, BBQ and toilets.
- Meteorite Park is dedicated to a meteorite that fell over Murchison on September 28, 1969.
- Cattanach Canal. Built in 1957 in response to the success of irrigated farming and increased demand for water. Like the Stuart Murray, the Cattanach carries water from Goulburn Weir for intermediate storage in Waranga Basin.
- Days Mill. Located on Day Rd off the main road, Days Mill comprises an extensive collection of mid nineteenth century buildings including the mill building and machinery, residence, gatehouse, outbuildings, chattels, farm structures and landscape. Managed by Parks Victoria, this facility is open at selected times Stuart Murray Canal was constructed as the second stage of a government supported national irrigation scheme. The Canal carries water by gravity from the Goulburn Weir to Murchison and on to the Waranga Basin a distance of 38km. Goulburn Weir. Built in 1891, this was the first major diversion structure for irrigation development in Australia. The weir raises the level of the Goulburn River so that water can be diverted to Goulburn-Murray Water customers, and controls river levels downstream.