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Situated in the centre of the 'food bowl' of Australia, the Cobram Barooga and district area is renowned for its magnificent climate and variety of available attractions and activities. The Cobram Barooga area is home to some of the most picturesque sections of Australia's mightiest river, the Murray.Cobram is a town with unusual street layout and history will tell you that it is the combination of an amiable environment and an energetic, ambitious community. The area surrounding the twin towns is rich in agriculture. The orchards produce a wide variety of fruit including apricots, nectarines, peaches and pears. Also well know in the area is the olive oil from Cobram estate. Cobram is also the home of Murray Goulburn Cooperative, which was formed in 1950 by fourteen local dairy farmers. Today more than 3000 farmers supply milk to the factory each day.River camping around Cobram Barooga is extremely popular, with many families returning each year attracting many ski boats to the area. The section between Yarrawonga and Cobram boasts over one hundred beaches and a vast number of theses beaches can be accessed by vehicle. The Murray River area is well known for it's great variety of quality sporting facilities.At Cobram Barooga Golf Club, you have access to two championships golf courses. Barooga Sports Bowls Club offers modern synthetic bowling greens, flood lit tennis courts and a full size heated indoor heated pool. Fishing in the Murray River has attracted generations of anglers in search of Murray Cod, Murray Crayfish, golden perch and more.Cobram and Barooga offer a wide variety of accommodation options, including caravan parks, motels, hotels and resorts.For further information contact the friendly staff at the Cobram Barooga Visitor Information Centre.