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Make your way along Australia's longest river, the lifeblood of Victoria's food bowl, and discover historic towns, vivid natural landscapes and a whole host of outdoor activities. Feel re-energised by the endless sunshine, hear stories of the early pioneers, and savour the bountiful produce and renowned regional wines.

Rivers run

Like to be in charge? Captain your own houseboat and drift from town to town at your own pace. Time your trip to coincide with local music, wine and cultural festivals throughout the year. Prefer to let someone else do the work? Climb aboard an authentic 19th century paddle steamer and get a glimpse of how life used to be. Delve deeper into the past at historic ports and museums along the way.

Sunshine of your life

Boasting endless sunshine and cool, winding waterways, the Murray region is perfect for the outdoor lifestyle. From water-skiing, bushwalking, fishing and sailing to horse riding, hiking and golf, there's no end of fun to be had. Cast a line while on a canoeing trip with the kids or take in river views while teeing off on renowned local golf courses.

Nature's way

For a different view, ride on horseback through stands of river red gums in Barmah National Park. Twitchers will be blown away by the abundant birdlife of Gunbower Island State Forest, while the striking desert scenes of Mungo National Park and the pink lakes of Murray Sunset National Park are a must for nature lovers.

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Swan Hill

Located on the banks of the Murray, Swan Hill is a top spot for fishing, great food and wine.


Enjoy great weather, gourmet food and wine, superb shopping and activities galore in Shepparton.


Get active in the twin towns of Barham and Koondrook, situated in a renowned wetlands environment.


A classic Murray River town, Corowa has all the ingredients for a fun-filled outdoor holiday.


Surrender to the charms of life on the Murray River in the vibrant, heritage town of Echuca-Moama.


Camp out under the stars on a canoeing trip and make your way through the vast Barmah National Park.


Indulge in excellent fruit and dairy in the inspiring, riverside twin towns of Cobram and Barooga.


The Darling and Murray Rivers meet at historic Wentworth, once the busiest inland ports in NSW.


Surrounded by citrus groves and vineyards, Mildura offers endless sunshine and great food and wine.


Enjoy the quiet life in Balranald, the gateway to World Heritage-listed Mungo National Park.


Travel south from the New South Wales border to sunny Nathalia on the banks of Broken Creek.


Twin towns Yarrawonga-Mulwala boast a beautiful lake, and golf, fishing and water sports aplenty.





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Things to do

History and heritage

Board a paddle steamer, explore pioneer homesteads, and learn about indigenous tribes who have lived in the area for over 40,000 years.

Food & wine

Murray Darling and Swan Hill wine regions

Taste traditional wines, including smooth-drinking shiraz and flavoursome chardonnay, as well as alternative varieties such as nebbiolo and durif.

Outdoor activities


The Murray is a year-round golfing haven that stretches from Albury to Mildura. Tee off on a course along the banks of the beautiful Murray River.

Nature & wildlife

The Murray River

A mountain stream in its upper reaches, the river turns into a meandering river lined with magnificent forests of red gum and sandy beaches.