The twin towns of Cobram and Barooga sit either side of the picturesque Murray River. With wide sandy beaches and towering river gums, Cobram-Barooga offers a relaxed lifestyle amidst the fine agricultural land, rich in fruit and dairy.
Down by the river
Take a picnic lunch to one of the 103 sandy beaches along the Murray River between Yarrawonga and Barmah. Find a quiet spot to cast a fishing line, paddle a canoe through the river red gums, or strap on some waterskis. Prefer to stay on solid ground? Take a walk around Quinn Island and see the abundant wildlife.
Tee off for 36 holes at one of the two championship golf courses at Cobram-Barooga Golf Club, or head to the Barooga Sports Club for a game of bowls with the locals.
Peaches and cream
Cobram is the largest soft stone fruit-producing area in Australia and is home to the familiar Murray Goulburn – Devondale brand. Stock up on strawberries, cheese, stone fruit and citrus along the Farm Gate trail and sample award winning wines at winery cellar doors throughout the region.
Things to do
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.
Explore the expansive Murray River, home to plentiful animal and bird life. Unwind on a cruise or enjoy golf or fine food with river views.