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Make your way around the Murray with a local and find out about the region's hidden gems and best-kept secrets. Whether you're exploring by air, water or land, there are plenty of options for groups of all sizes and preferences.
PS Emmylou on the Murray River at Echuca
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On day one, River Country Adventours will escort you to your campsite which will be furnished with an industrial portable toilet, water and firewood...
Leave the car behind and escape Melbourne for a rail and steam gourmet overnight weekend escape. Enjoy return train travel, overnight on PS Emmylou,...
Using the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, and taking in the highlights of the gorgeous Alpine Valley of North East Victoria, Tour de Vines cycling...
Departing from Thompson Beach Cobram, Cobba can entertain 49 passengers, has wheel chair access, offers a delicious café serving a variety of food...
Welcome on board Yarrawonga's first floating eatery on a Paddle Steamer. Join the staff at P. S. Cumberoona for a unique dining experience whilst...
A traditional steam driven paddle boat, red gum fired with the smells and sounds of years gone by. The P. S. Cumberoona is now fully restored by the...
There are 13 Championship golf courses along the stretch of the Murray between Albury and Echuca. Golfers can base themselves in Yarrawonga Mulwala,...
For the Love of Grape Echuca Wine Tours offers a relaxing and memorable private touring experience to the variety of wineries on offer in the Echuca...
If you love camping and the Australian bush, but are not too keen on putting up tents and setting up the camp, then River Country Adventours has the...
Combine a cruise on PS Canberra or Pride of the Murray with a relaxing lunch at Morrisons Winery. Take a 30 minute cruise downstream to Morrisons...
All aboard. Join Murray River Paddlesteamers on PS Emmylou for a morning or afternoon tea cruise, or enjoy a relaxed luncheon cruise at Redgums...
Board a paddle steamer, explore pioneer homesteads, and learn about indigenous tribes who have lived in the area for over 40,000 years.
For lovers of the great outdoors, The Murray River region is a sun-kissed wonderland full of striking natural landscapes and winding waterways.
Venture into the diverse terrain of the Murray region – farmland, red gum forests, wetlands and even desert – and cross paths with the local fauna.
Head to The Murray for a range of events, from fishing classics to vanilla slice baking competitions, hot air ballooning championships and art shows.