Venture north of the border into NSW and you will find yourself in an area rich with produce and livestock. Large wool farms and rice plantations scatter the Riverina, the life blood for towns such as Deniliquin and Albury. And both are now popular in their own right for fantastic wool and livestock produce, illustrating the great makings of what prosperous Aussie towns were built on.
‘Deni’, as the locals call it, holds great events, the iconic Ute Muster is a calendar favourite that brings visitors from all over the country, bonding over all things utilities. And Albury is growing a reputation as a cultural country mecca with a plethora of tasty restaurants, wine bars and stylish cafes.
Uncluttered, unspoiled, uncrowded.....if only all camping spots were this good! The Corowa Howlong region offers 175 kilometres of Prime River and lake frontage along the mighty Murray, where you can find your perfect camp spot just metres away from the river bank. Kick back, wet a line and enjoy the serenity.
Sun Country on the Murray
Including Yarrawonga, Mulwala, Cobram, Barooga, Numurkah, Barmah, Nathalia Tocumwal, Finley, and Berrigan
The name says it all – it’s sunny out here! Expect blue skies, inspiring country towns, fabulous golfing adventures and gourmet food and wine trails, all nourished by the Murray, Ovens and Goulburn rivers, and the water sports and fishing mecca of Lake Mulwala.Sun Country on the Murray really is an inland oasis where you can take to the waters, explore natural wonders or simply lay back and take in the stunning natural surroundings.Click here for more information on the Sun Country on the Murray
Deniliquin – Deni to the locals – is nestled on the banks of the beautiful Edward River and an ideal holiday destination. Deni boasts more hours of sunshine than the Gold Coast, fabulous riverside beaches, excellent Murray cod fishing, award-winning caravan and holiday resorts and a natural wildlife park right in the town centre.Click here for more information on Deniliquin
Kerang, Cohuna, Barham Koondrook, Gunbower Island and Lake Charm
The Gannwarra region, encompassing charming country towns of Kerang and Cohuna, the twin river towns of Koondrook-Barham, a mini patchwork of lakes and the superb red gum forests of Gunbower Island National Park, is riverine nature at its best. Choose from the many freshwater lakes, the Murray River or the Gunbower Creek and experience a unique holiday….. close to nature, close to water.Click here for more information on the Gannawarra Region
Culcairn, Henty, Holbrook, Jindera, Walla Walla
Sometimes the simply greater things are often the best, and it’s good old country style
Hospitality, a sense of heritage and natural beauty that make the towns and national parks of Greater Hume so appealing. Greater Hume Shire includes Culcairn, Henty, Holbrook, Jindera, and Walla Walla, as well as smaller villages of Brocklesby, Burrumbuttock, Gerogery, Gerogery West, Morven, Walbundrie and Woomargama.
If you want to find out more information about the Victorian side of The Murray River region, find out the best things to see and do on the south of the river by looking through our helpful guide.
ALBURY, NSW, MURRAY
Albury all seasons tourist park is Alburys friendliest family 4 Star park. Situated on Wagga Road (old hume...Read More
DENILIQUIN, NSW, MURRAY
Deniliquin Riverside Caravan Park has absolute river front ensuite sites on the Edward River and a private boa...Read More
|Cabins & Fixed Caravans Starting from $79||Powered site Starting from $31||Unpowered site Starting from $25|
BARHAM, NSW, MURRAY
Barham Lakes Caravan Park offers the perfect place to stay on the river. Positioned in a natural bush setting ...Read More
MOAMA, NSW, MURRAY
Welcome to Moama Riverside. We are situated in Moama, NSW. Some of our key features include: Games room, chil...Read More
|Cabins & Fixed Caravans Starting from $85||Powered site Starting from $42|