Riverina & The Murray River

Riverina-Murray River

The Great Outdoors

Things To See & Do


  • Albury Botanic Gardens
  • Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA)
  • Wonga Wetlands
  • Wagirra Trail and Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk


  • Corowa Federation Museum
  • Corowa Whisky and Chocolate
  • Corowa Golf Club


  • The Depot Historic Vehicle and Memorabilia Collection
  • Mountain Bike Trails Deniliquin
  • Deni Ute Muster


  • Shear Outback Museum
  • Hay Sunset Viewing Area
  • Bidgee Riverside Trail


  • Pioneer Park Museum
  • Cocoparra National Park
  • Catania Fruit Salad Farm


  • Murray River Paddlesteamers
  • Moama Five Mile Mountain Bike Trail
  • Backroads Trail


  • Temora Aviation Museum
  • Lake Centenary
  • Canola Trail

Wagga Wagga

  • Riverside: Wagga Beach
  • Wiradjuri Trail
  • Bundyi Cultural Tours
  • Wagga Wagga Art Gallery

Fast Facts

  • 27 holiday parks in the Riverina-Murray River region
  • 21 holiday parks with swimming pools
  • 17 dog friendly holiday parks
  • 21 dump points
  • 13 waterfront holiday parks

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Major Destinations

Discover a blossoming food scene, endless outdoor adventure and a thriving arts culture in the vibrant twin regional centres of Albury and Wodonga. On either side of the Murray River, the two cities provide a charming break on the Melbourne-Sydney drive, with the Snowy Mountains and Rutherglen wine region nearby.

Things to See & Do

  • Albury Botanic Gardens
  • Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA)
  • Wagirra Trail and Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk
  • Wonga Wetlands
  • Oddies Creek Adventure Playspace
  • Albury Wodonga Brave Hearts Dragon Boat Regatta (Autumn)
  • Albury Gold Cup Carnival (March)
  • Write Around the Murray (September)

Corowa Riverina-Murray River Region NSWA rural community, the Corowa region is situated on the mighty Murray River and boasts a very Mediterranean climate which is ideal for family trips away.

There is much to do in the Corowa region, with an abundance of water sports available on the river.

Things to See & Do

  • Corowa Federation Museum
  • Corowa Whiskey and Chocolate
  • Corowa Golf Club
  • Corowa and Howlong History Trails

Named after the chief of the local Aboriginal tribe, ‘Denilakoon’, Deniliquin originated as a crossing over the Edward River.

The area boasts many natural attractions for travellers looking for adventure or even a peaceful stopover.

Take a bush walk in the world’s largest red gum forest, have a picnic by the river or go fishing for the famous Murray Cod.

Known as the ute capital of the world, the town holds The Guinness Book of Records world title for the most utes mustered in one place.

The area continues to break its record each year during the annual Ute Muster Play on the Plains Festival. Held in October, this is a fun-packed local event not to be missed.

Things to See & Do

  • The Depot Historic Vehicle and Memorabilia Collection
  • Peppin Heritage Centre
  • Mountain Bike Trails Deniliquin
  • Play On The Plains (March)
  • Deni Ute Muster (October)

Explore world-class wineries, fresh produce and fascinating heritage in Griffith, in the beautiful Riverina. You’ll find plenty of cellar doors to visit, providores with delicious local produce, quality restaurants and cafes, and festivals celebrating a rich food and wine culture.

Things to See & Do

  • Catania Fruit Salad Farm
  • Yarran Wines
  • Pioneer Park Museum
  • Bertoldo’s Pasticceria
  • De Bortoli Wines
  • Hermit’s Cave and Scenic Lookout

Mathoura is located in the Riverina-Murray River region of NSW, just 40km north of the Victorian border towns Echuca-Moama.

Mathoura is known as the gateway to one of the largest Red Gum forests in the world.

This forest is some 70,000 hectares and includes wetlands of international significance and has arguably the best access in the region to the Murray River, with good dry weather roads and no high banks.

Mathoura began as a market garden and a pub on a drovers track in the mid 1800’s, and built itself as a timber source for the developing young nation of Australia.

Not surprisingly, timber still remains an economic mainstay of the area ever since the woodcutters first arrived in the 1850’s.

The Red Gum timber is used for railway sleepers, furniture, landscaping, firewood, fence posts, and much more.

Things to See & Do

  • Backroads Trail
  • Gulpa Creek Walk
  • Mathoura Heritage Trail
  • Edward River Canoe and Kayak Trail
  • Barmah Wetlands Red Gum Forest
  • The Timbercutter

Step back in time and enjoy the riverboat days at Moama where a sumptuous lunch awaits your visit on board a paddle-steamer on the mighty Murray River.

Food connoisseurs will relish the gourmet outlets and cellar door visits where the local and regional food and wine is a must to try.

Things to See & Do

  • Murray River Paddlesteamers
  • Moama Five Mile Mountain Bike Trail
  • Morrisons Riverview Winery Restaurant & Brewery
  • Rich River Golf Club
  • Riverboats Music Festival (February)
  • Moama Lights (May)
  • Perricoota Pop & pour Festival (November)

Renowned for its wonderful climate, this picturesque town is an “Inland Aquatic Paradise”. Visitors can enjoy the stunning scenery, take in the serene surrounds of the forest, and enjoy Lake Mulwala and of course the mighty Murray River.

If you love life by the water you’ll love this area.

Things to See & Do

  • Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort
  • Lake Mulwala Barby Boats
  • P.S. Cumberona Paddlewheeler Cruises
  • Mulwala Water Ski Club

In riverside Narrandera, part of the beautiful Riverina, you can visit koalas in their natural habitat, explore fascinating heritage and enjoy fishing, kayaking and swimming. There are orchard tours, cycling and walking trails by the river, and two of Australia’s iconic ‘big things’.

Things to See & Do

  • Koala Reserve
  • Narrandera Water Tower Mural
  • Sandhills Artefacts
  • The Big Guitar
  • Glendale Citrus and Hazelnut Orchard
  • Altina Wildlife Park
  • Whitton Malt House

Ideally situated on the Murray River, the red gums of Tocumwal will welcome you to this thriving rural town.

Enjoy a leisurely swim at one of the many beaches close to town or take in the natural surrounds on a busk walk or horse ride. Fisherman will enjoy a stay at Tocumwal where Murray cod is always a fine catch for the day.

Things to See & Do

  • The Blowhole Reserve
  • Tocumwal Historic Aerodrome Museum
  • The Big Murray Cod
  • Tocumwal Golf Club
  • Barmah National Park
  • Tocumwal Airshow (September)

Wagga Wagga Riverina-Murray River Region NSWAs one of Australia’s leading regional cities, Wagga Wagga is the ideal base from which to explore the rest of the Riverina-Murray River region.

An easy day trip in any direction can take you to the glorious Mount Kosciuszko the east or to the wine region of Griffith.

Or if you would rather stay within Wagga Wagga you have plenty to enrich your spirit with a visit to the Victory Memorial Gardens a tribute to those who fought in World War One.

Things to See & Do

  • Riverside: Wagga Beach
  • Wiradjuri Trail
  • Borambola Wines
  • Bundyi Cultural Tours
  • Bidgee Strawberries and Cream (October to May)
  • Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
  • Junee Chocolate & Licorice Factory
  • Wagga Wagga Food & Wine Festival (March)
  • Lost Lanes (June)
  • Gears & Beers Cycling and Craft Beer Festival (October)

Touring Routes

The Long Paddock – Cobb Highway Touring Route follows The Cobb Highway (named for the famous coach company) from Echuca Moama on the Victorian border, through to Wilcannia leading to the iconic outback towns of Bourke, Broken Hill & White Cliffs. More information

Explore the natural beauty in The Murray, along with it’s heritage and culture. Australia’s longest river was a highway for steam-driven riverboats and the twin towns of Echuca-Moama are the paddle-steamer capital, where you’ll find river tours. More information

Travel from the heart of Australia’s food bowl of the Riverina-Murray River region including the places of Griffith and Wagga Wagga to exhilarating alpine wilderness of the Snowy Mountains with stunning rivers and mountains. More information

Drive through the heart of the Riverina Murray where you’ll travel almost 1,000 kilometres from Wentworth in the far west of the state through to Tumut at the foothills of the Snowy Mountains. More information