Tarrawingee, a rural village on the Ovens Highway in north-eastern Victoria, is 12 km east of Wangaratta. It is situated in open, relatively flat country immediately north of the Ovens River and the adjoining flood plain.

Tarrawingee is named after the Tarawingee pastoral run taken up by William Bowman in 1837. It is thought that the name is derived from an Aboriginal word meaning emu.

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