Feel at one with nature by exploring the pristine surrounds of Sun Country on the Murray by foot, bicycle or maybe even horseback.
Sun Country on the Murray offers a variety of walking and cycling tracks and trails that weave along rivers. The tracks and trails ensures that the waterways can be accessed all year round and by all ages.
Follow the vast network of tracks and trails, as they navigate the region. See River Red Gums stand tall along the banks, discover native flowa and fauna and unwind as the water gently flows past.
Tracks and Trail Highlights
Here is an overview of just some of the tracks and trails on offer in our region:
The Barooga Botanical Gardens are delightful, well-established gardens, and provide a great place to stroll through the gardens or enjoy the free BBQs and playground.
Situated on the Yarrawonga side of Lake Mulwala, Chinaman's Island is a two kilometre return walk from the Yarrawonga Yacht Club car park. It offers a leisurely stroll and up close view of numerous bird species, in the wetlands.
Further pathways can be journeyed along to see more of Lake Mulwala.
The Kinnaird's Wetlands in Numurkah offer great opportunities for enjoyment of the wonderful diversity of wetland and woodland through a range of constructed trails, boardwalks, bird hides and picnic areas.
Barmah National Park (28,521ha), together with the adjoining Murray Valley Regional and
National Parks in New South Wales, forms the largest River Red Gum forest in the world. The
complex ecology of the forest is closely linked to the Murray River and its flooding regime,
creating a diverse natural habitat for a variety of wildlife, particularly waterbirds. Choose from long or short tracks to suit your ability.
Kyffins Reserve offers over one kilometre of shoreline and bush camping and walking tracks, on the banks of Lake Mulwala.