Things to do
See if you can spot a “Loch Ness” yabby; a giant yabby which can be pulled up from the depths of the extensive channel network in the middle of town.
The Lockington and District Living Heritage Complex is a local history museum featuring an amazing array of heritage farming equipment. It is also home to a sculpture of Lockington’s favourite son and shearing champion: the late Kevin Sarre.
During the year, many events are held in the district including local sporting matches, the Lockington and District Vintage Tractor Rally in April, the Rich River Campdraft and the Lockington District Campdraft.
Lockington is a small, tight knit farming community, situated 25 minutes’ drive south-west of Echuca. It’s home three churches, a primary school and a small range of shops and businesses.
“Locky”, as it is known to the locals, has several sporting clubs that are well supported by the district’s 770+ residents.