The mighty Murray River forms the border between New South Wales and Victoria before heading south to the ocean. Unwind and make the most of the region's abundant sunny days, its countless natural attractions, renowned slow food and boutique wines.
The great outdoors
With its Mediterranean climate and beautiful winding waterways, the Murray region is made for outdoor living. From water-skiing, fishing and sailing to horse riding, hiking and golf, there’s no end of fun to be had.
Take the kids on a fishing trip downstream by canoe, enjoy a horse ride, or get a whole new perspective with a scenic balloon flight at dawn. For the nature lovers, why not go on a day trip to explore desert scenes Mungo National Park?
Traverse the mighty Murray River in style and at your own pace. Captain your own houseboat and float from town to town, sampling wine, fresh fruit and fine cuisine along the way. Want to let someone else do the work? Get a glimpse of the region’s history by taking a ride on one of the authentic cruising paddle steamers built in the late 1800s.