Tatyoon was first established as a service town for surrounding pastoralists in about 1870 approximately. Migration to the area was partially due to the soldier settlement scheme put into operation after World War II. This brought a large number of young farmers into the district at one time.
Tatyoon is now a centre for farmers and their families, offering community and sporting facilities. The majority of residents are involved in primary production. Traditionally the area has been a fine wool and cereal producer, but low wool prices and changing climate conditions have seen diversification into oilseeds, legumes, oaten hay and prime lambs, as well as the traditional industries.
Tatyoon is a progressive community working towards a sustainable, co-operative, happy and safe community. We want to provide, maintain and improve facilities to continue offering recreational and social benefits for our community.
Bin Day - Tuesday
Please note that people with alternate dates have been advised directly.