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www.yarrawongamulwala.com.au 

Yarrawonga Mulwala Tourism Website

Welcome to Yarrawonga Mulwala, the ‘Inland Aquatic Paradise’. There’s plenty to see and do, whether you want to enjoy a leisurely round of golf, explore our river beaches and walking tracks, take a trip to sample local wines and produce, or check out our museums or amusement park.

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Cobram Barooga Tourism Website

Cobram Barooga is situated in the heart of Victoria’s ‘Food Bowl’, and is home to some of the most picturesque sections of the mighty Murray River. Visitors are captivated by the lifestyle, with wide sandy beaches, towering gums and native bushland which blend together to create this unique holiday destination.

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Numurkah Tourism Website

No visit to Sun Country on the Murray is complete without a trip to Numurkah. It is relaxed and friendly and the main street of this quaint rural village is best traversed on foot. You’ll be greeted with smiling faces as you pass speciality shops, relaxed eateries, as well as charming gardens, wide open spaces and historical buildings.

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Nathalia Barmah Tourism Website

Situated between the Goulburn and Murray Rivers, Western Moira is a unique region full of nature and history. Take some time to explore the natural wonder of the Murray River and Barmah National Park. Marvel at the 500 year old River Red Gums, soak up some sun and history and relax on the banks of the Broken Creek.

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Tocumwal & Surrounds Tourism Website

Located on the NSW and Victorian border, Tocumwal is a bridge between two states, and an ideal spot from which to launch day trips to partake in winery and food tours, adventure and water sports, bushwalking and camping and to visit museums or to hunt for antiques and collectables.  

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Corowa & Surrounds Tourism Website

Nestled into a sweeping bend of the beautiful Murray River and Lake Mulwala, Corowa & surrounds allows visitors to immerse themselves in an idyliic and timeless setting. Visitors will experience fascinating towns and villages with a merging of history, culture and adventure, creating a sense of fun and exploration.

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The Murray Region

The mighty Murray River forms the border between New South Wales and Victoria before heading south to the ocean.

Unwind and enjoy the regions' renowned slow food, wine, golf courses and temperate climate.

Hire a houseboat or canoe and explore sandy beaches, bushland and red gum forests. 

Visit the website

Visit Victoria

Melbourne is a creative, exciting, ever-changing city with extraordinary surprises to be discovered in every basement, rooftop and laneway.

Get out of the city and explore the diversity and beauty of regional Victoria, from world-class wineries to natural springs, the coastal village of the peninsula to alpine towns.

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Destination NSW

NSW offers a world of astonishing natural attractions. Find out about the specialities of each region, the best time to travel, where to find visitor information centres and how to get to the major regions.

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Tourism Australia

Get a snapshot of Australia’s states, territories, cities and iconic attractions, which are rich in natural beauty and gateways to many of Australia’s can’t-miss experiences.

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Parks Victoria

Victoria is home to some of the world's most astonishing parks and sanctuaries. Parks Victoria protects and enhances over four million hectares of parks including the iconic Barmah National Park

The Barmah National Park is located  adjacent to the Murray River near the town of Barmah, approximately 220 kilometres (140 mi) north of Melbourne. 

The park consists of River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) forest and wetlands. 
The area is subject to sporadic flooding /from natural and irrigation water flows.

Visit the website  http://parkweb.vic.gov.au

 

 

Sydney Melbourne Touring

Choose from three distinctive touring routes that traverse diverse terrain and take you into welcoming towns and villages located between Sydney and Melbourne.

Along the way discover the history of the heritage drive, the mountain adventures of the Alpine Rd and the beauty of the beaches and scenic coastal drive.

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Moira Shire Council

Moira Shire is a vibrant and progressive place in which to live, work and invest. Discover the ‘Moira advantage’, in the beauty and tranquility of life on the Murray.

Moira Shire offers resident a relaxed way of life, comfortable standard of living and a wealth of sporting and recreational facilities.

Visit the website

Berrigan Shire Council

Berrigan Shire is situated in the southern Riverina, bound by the Murray River and inclusive of the townships of Barooga, Berrigan, Finley and Tocumwal. They offer a range of first class lifestyles opportunities including recreation, health and education facilities.

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Corowa Shire Council

Corowa Shire is a prospering rural community centrally located on the majestic Murray River in New South Wales, between Sydney and Melbourne and within easy travelling distances to the rural cities of Albury, Wodonga, Wangaratta, Wagga Wagga, Shepparton and Canberra.  

Visit the website

 

Yarrawonga Mulwala Tourism Website

Welcome to Yarrawonga Mulwala, the ‘Inland Aquatic Paradise’. There’s plenty to see and do, whether you want to enjoy a leisurely round of golf, explore our river beaches and walking tracks, take a trip to sample local wines and produce, or check out our museums or amusement park.

Visit the website

Welcome to Yarrawonga Mulwala, the ‘Inland Aquatic Paradise’. There’s plenty to see and do, whether you want to enjoy a leisurely round of golf, explore our river beaches and walking tracks, take a trip to sample local wines and produce, or check out our museums or amusement park.
www.yarrawongamulwala.com.au 

Cobram Barooga Tourism Website

Cobram Barooga is situated in the heart of Victoria’s ‘Food Bowl’, and is home to some of the most picturesque sections of the mighty Murray River. Visitors are captivated by the lifestyle, with wide sandy beaches, towering gums and native bushland which blend together to create this unique holiday destination.

Visit the website

Numurkah Tourism Website

No visit to Sun Country on the Murray is complete without a trip to Numurkah. It is relaxed and friendly and the main street of this quaint rural village is best traversed on foot. You’ll be greeted with smiling faces as you pass speciality shops, relaxed eateries, as well as charming gardens, wide open spaces and historical buildings.

Visit the website

Nathalia Barmah Tourism Website

Situated between the Goulburn and Murray Rivers, Western Moira is a unique region full of nature and history. Take some time to explore the natural wonder of the Murray River and Barmah National Park. Marvel at the 500 year old River Red Gums, soak up some sun and history and relax on the banks of the Broken Creek.

Visit the website

Tocumwal & Surrounds Tourism Website

Located on the NSW and Victorian border, Tocumwal is a bridge between two states, and an ideal spot from which to launch day trips to partake in winery and food tours, adventure and water sports, bushwalking and camping and to visit museums or to hunt for antiques and collectables.  

Visit the website

Corowa & Surrounds Tourism Website

Nestled into a sweeping bend of the beautiful Murray River and Lake Mulwala, Corowa & surrounds allows visitors to immerse themselves in an idyliic and timeless setting. Visitors will experience fascinating towns and villages with a merging of history, culture and adventure, creating a sense of fun and exploration.

Visit the website 

The Murray Region

The mighty Murray River forms the border between New South Wales and Victoria before heading south to the ocean.

Unwind and enjoy the regions' renowned slow food, wine, golf courses and temperate climate.

Hire a houseboat or canoe and explore sandy beaches, bushland and red gum forests. 

Visit the website

 

Discover Murray

Australia’s Murray River is our greatest river experience and perfect driving holiday. Discover Murray is the world’s largest website for the Murray River. Follow our nation’s iconic river along the Discover Murray Trail from the mountains of Victoria and NSW to the mouth at SA. You’ll find plenty of accommodation, attractions and history.

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Visit Victoria

Melbourne is a creative, exciting, ever-changing city with extraordinary surprises to be discovered in every basement, rooftop and laneway.

Get out of the city and explore the diversity and beauty of regional Victoria, from world-class wineries to natural springs, the coastal village of the peninsula to alpine towns.

Visit the website

 

 

Destination NSW

NSW offers a world of astonishing natural attractions. Find out about the specialities of each region, the best time to travel, where to find visitor information centres and how to get to the major regions.

Visit the website

 

Tourism Australia

Get a snapshot of Australia’s states, territories, cities and iconic attractions, which are rich in natural beauty and gateways to many of Australia’s can’t-miss experiences.

Visit the website

 

Sydney Melbourne Touring

Choose from three distinctive touring routes that traverse diverse terrain and take you into welcoming towns and villages located between Sydney and Melbourne.

Along the way discover the history of the heritage drive, the mountain adventures of the Alpine Rd and the beauty of the beaches and scenic coastal drive.

Visit the website

Moira Shire Council

Moira Shire is a vibrant and progressive place in which to live, work and invest. Discover the ‘Moira advantage’, in the beauty and tranquility of life on the Murray.

Moira Shire offers resident a relaxed way of life, comfortable standard of living and a wealth of sporting and recreational facilities.

Visit the website

Berrigan Shire Council

Berrigan Shire is situated in the southern Riverina, bound by the Murray River and inclusive of the townships of Barooga, Berrigan, Finley and Tocumwal. They offer a range of first class lifestyles opportunities including recreation, health and education facilities.

Visit the website

Corowa Shire Council

Corowa Shire is a prospering rural community centrally located on the majestic Murray River in New South Wales, between Sydney and Melbourne and within easy travelling distances to the rural cities of Albury, Wodonga, Wangaratta, Wagga Wagga, Shepparton and Canberra.  

Visit the website

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