Terrick Terrick is a rural district east of Pyramid Hill. The district’s chief feature, Mount Terrick Terrick and a surrounding public reserve, are 65 km north of Bendigo.
Terrick Terrick was a pastoral run taken up by William Mitchell in 1845. (Mitchell was appointed Chief Commissioner of Police during the gold rushes and was later knighted). There were also Terrick Terrick No 2 and Terrick Terrick Plains pastoral runs (1846-47), and it was on the former that the large Terrick homestead was built, using local granite and bricks. A fragment of the homestead remained in 1990.