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Road trips

Set off on your own Murray River adventure and uncover the diverse landscapes of this vast region stretching across Victoria and New South Wales. Follow a self-drive itinerary designed for a specific region, or traverse the river at your own pace, stopping at the many townships and scenic sights along the way.

Reconnect and recharge

The Murray region's mild weather makes road trips enjoyable all year-round. Coast through national parks and soak up the peaceful atmosphere of the floodplains and dense stands of river red gums alive with native wildlife. Play a round of golf with a view of the river and learn about the region's rich heritage at fascinating historical sites.

Venture further afield

Once you've been reinvigorated by the pristine country air, roam beyond the region and follow the Sydney Melbourne Heritage Drive, through Victoria's historic Goldfields and on to Melbourne. Alternatively, head off along the Murray to Albury Wodonga before driving up to Sydney via Canberra.

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Road trips

Touring the Murray

Follow one of the world's great rivers from Victoria's High Country and on to the desert country.

Sydney Melbourne Heritage Drive

Hit the road and chart a course from Melbourne to Sydney via Canberra, the nation's capital city.





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Outdoor activities


Set up camp in the Murray region and enjoy the mild climate and spectacular wilderness areas. Or join a camping tour with a local Aboriginal guide.

Outdoor activities

Four-wheel driving

Experience the remote splendour of the Victorian outback by 4WD. Explore a vast network of dirt tracks and enjoy the thrill of four-wheel driving.

The Murray

Food and wine

From wineries and hatted restaurants to country pubs and farm gates, the list of eateries and boutique producers grows with each passing year.

Things to do

Nature and wildlife

Venture into the diverse terrain of the Murray region – farmland, red gum forests, wetlands and even desert – and cross paths with the local fauna.