The Barmah Forest is a heritage listed region and home to the largest stand of river red gums in the world. The narrowest section or ‘choke’ of the Murray River is located in the park, bounded on either side by the Moira and Barmah Lakes.
There are a number of ways to explore the Barmah National Park – go for a hike, hire a canoe or glimpse hidden wildlife on a river cruise. Before you travel to the National Park, visit the Barmah Forest Heritage & Education Centre in Nathalia and find out about the region’s fascinating history. From pre-history to the present day, learn of the struggles and be amazed at the achievements of our forefathers.
An early morning visit to Ulupna Island in the east will not disappoint, with sightings of kangaroos and koalas virtually guaranteed.
Numurkah’s Kinnaird’s Wetland offers a range of trails suitable for walking and cycling, boardwalks, bird hides and picnic areas to give you the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful diversity of wetland and woodland. All provide habitat for a variety of plants, wildlife and birds.
Explore along the Murray River, with its majestic River Red Gums, sandy beaches and abundant wildlife, certainly a twitchers' paradise!
Enjoy the best the Murray has to offer, exploring the waterways, towns and natural attractions of Victoria between Yarrawonga and Bundalong.
Drenched in sunshine year-round, you’ll soon see why we’re keen to share our ‘Sun Country on the Murray’.
Visit attractions, take to the water, cycle our tracks or play by the river. Whatever the activity, you and the kids can have a great time while creating family memories that last forever.
The Sun Country on the Murray region is famous for its numerous stretches of pristine, sandy Murray River beaches.
Beautiful inland beaches are lined with towering gum trees and grass picnic areas, ideal for swimming, fishing, boating and camping.
From activities on the water through to local community competitions, there is no end of sporting pursuits to get the blood pumping.