Tarcutta is located conveniently halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, and for many years has been the overnight stop destination for family travellers, business travelers and truck drivers. It is roughly 420km to both Sydney and Melbourne.
The rural setting gives way to beautiful mountain ranges in places, including the Tarcutta Hills Reserve, and is conveniently located between Holbrook and Gundagai on the Hume Highway.
The main attraction in Tarcutta is the Australian Truck Driver’s Memorial, http://www.tarcuttamemorial.com/ which was established in 1994 dedicated to members of the truck driving community, while the Woolen Mill is located two doors down from the Tarcutta Halfway Motor Inn (http://www.tarcuttatextiles.com.au/).
Tarcutta's favourite son is tennis legend Tony Roach, who went on to win 15 grand slam titles before coaching many current day top players including Roger Federer, Patick Rafter, Ivan Lendl and Lleyton Hewitt.
There are shops and service stations within Tarcutta, a short walk from the motel.
Check out the Craft Shop for some great decorating ideas and collectibles. There is also a Cafe/Restaurant if you need a short stop before you head on your way or if you need any supplies on your way through, check out the Auto Supplies shop, or the Tarcutta Caltex Garage.