The Murray River, VIC: Destination Guide

Things to do and see in the Victorian Murray River Region

The Murray River is one filled with rich culture and beautiful back drops. The Victorian side has so much to offer, just book a trip and stop in at popular towns like Mildura and Echuca.

Take a break, settle in, see great sights and enjoy a traditional paddle boat ride from Echuca’s famous river pier. If that doesn't float your boat, join in the local love for all things water sports. Skiing, wake-boarding and kayaking, being just a few of the fun things to do. A hive of history, the Riverina has strong roots to the successful Australian wool industry. Housing towns, filled with stunning displays of rich historical landmarks keeping the past, well and truly alive.

If it’s a life in the fast lane you like, the river is the perfect spot. High speed action events like the Southern 80 water skiing race, in Echuca each Easter are a must see. And to slow the pace back down, there’s the River boat music festival - unwind, relax and see some great live talent from the blues and roots music scene.  

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Popular Murray Locations VIC

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Albury Wodonga

Albury Wodonga’s stunning location on both banks of the Murray River provides easy access to some of the Murray’s most inspiring natural attractions, oldest wineries, tastiest regional produce and beautifully-preserved historical towns. The unique atmosphere of the twin cities blends an urban vibe with laid-back country charm, tradition with innovation, and adrenalin-charged action with quiet afternoon strolls.

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Greater Hume Murray

Greater Hume

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.

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Echuca Moama

Echuca Moama

The romance of the river is alive and well in Australia’s paddle steamer capital, where the twin towns of Echuca Moama ooze a rich history. But this is no museum-piece – with so many sights, activities and caravan parks right on the River, it simply has to be on your next touring itinerary.

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Mildura

Mildura

Gateway to the outback but bursting with fruity goodness, Mildura-Wentworth is a true oasis, with rows of orchards and vineyards, delectable dining, lush golf courses and a blue-sky Mediterranean climate, where the mighty Murray and Darling Rivers converge.

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Swan Hill

Swan Hill

Swan Hill is a friendly riverside town, with a rich river heritage and is at the heart of a bountiful region of stone-fruit orchards, wineries, top-notch fishing – for Murray cod, of course – and great riverside camping spots. Although Swan Hill is the central hub, the surrounding townships have their own unique character and identity.

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If you want to find out more information about the NSW side of The Murray River region, find out the best things to see and do on the north side of the river, by looking through our helpful guide. 

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