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Choose the accommodation that suits you and your holiday. From sunny riverside caravan parks to sleek modern resorts, the Murray region offers a host of accommodation options.
Be the captain of your own luxury houseboat or spend the night aboard one of the Murray's historic paddle steamers. Stay close to the water at a number of riverside holiday parks or bring your own tent and camp next to one of the Murray's beautiful river beaches.
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Treat your loved one to a few nights in a luxury bed and breakfast or stretch out together in a self-contained apartment. For an outstanding golfing holiday, stay in a golf retreat and roll straight out of bed and onto the first tee.
Located alongside the Murray River, the Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort is a golfer's paradise. There are three fantastic golf courses to choose...
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Tokemata Retreat is situated on a luscious, landscaped 50 acre property near Cobram on the Murray River. Offering superb one, two and three bedroom...
Moama on Murray Resort is set on 82 acres of native Australian bushland and surrounded by the magnificent mighty Murray River. The resort offers one,...
Quality Hotel On Olive combines big-city luxury with relaxed country charm and is perfectly positioned in Albury's town centre. With a blended...
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Enjoy a midweek break at Wakiti CreekResort including three nights' accommodation, a meal voucher for the Barmah Hotel and two tickets for a Kingfisher Cruise from $380.
Stay four nights at the Echuca Holiday Park in a cabin or site and only pay for three.
Three nights in Lakeview Cabin at RACV Cobram Resort, including a breakfast pack, discounted Kingfisher Cruise tickets, $15 cafe voucher and entry to the Barmah Forest Heritage and Education Centre.
Two nights' accommodation at Big4 Riverside Swan Hill, family entry to the Pioneer Settlement with Pyap River Cruise and $40 meal voucher for the Riverside Cafe.
Relax in Corowa with two nights at Rivergum Holiday Retreat, one facial and massage package, one golf green fee voucher and two-course dinner for two people at Easdown House.
Spring into Deni for a short family break! Enjoy two nights' accommodation in a Poolside Villa including a meal voucher, Pedal Kart vouchers and entry into the Peppin Heritage Learn Centre.
Discover the mighty Murray River
Travel across the region and be tempted by everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, cheeses and olives to chocolates, wines and craft beers.
Known for its historic paddle steamers, the Echuca Moama district is now a culinary capital, boasting riverside eateries, wineries and local produce.
Enjoy the quiet life in Balranald, on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, and the gateway to the World Heritage-listed Mungo National Park.
Enjoy water and sporting activities while soaking up the Mediterranean weather and learn about Corowa's part in Australia's Federation movement.
A popular destination for adventure sports fans and famous as the final resting place for the man who inspired The Man from Snowy River.
In a fertile agricultural region, on the banks of the Murray River, Swan Hill is a top spot for fishing, great food and wine, and pioneer history.
Witness the merging of the Murray and Darling rivers, sandboard down the Perry Sandhills, and learn about Aboriginal heritage in Mungo National Park.
Get active in the busy twin towns of Barham and Koondrook, where great fishing, quality sporting facilities and renowned wetlands draw in the crowds.
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