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Art & culture

Home to countless artists, poets, writers and craftspeople, the vast and diverse Murray region has inspired and challenged creative people for millennia. From early works by Indigenous artists to 20th century Australian masters, the rich history and vibrant culture of the region is brought to life at galleries, artist studios and local museums up and down the river.

Nolan to Degas

Make time to visit the impressive regional galleries in Mildura, Swan Hill, Albury and Shepparton. See famous Australian paintings by Sir Sidney Nolan, Frederick McCubbin and Sir Russell Drysdale, as well as renowned works by local artists. Check out the extensive collection of
naïve art on display at the Swan Hill Regional Gallery and see Edgar Degas' Woman Bathing in the Mildura Gallery collection.

A different time

Local museums offer an insight into the history of the area, from ancient Aboriginal heritage to the glory days of the Murray River paddle steamer days. Explore the ancient stories of the Aboriginal people, delve into the history of the early settlers, or learn about life in a bustling paddle steamer port.

Cultural icons

Get an eyeful of icons in Echuca, home to Australia's first and only musuem dedicated to beer cans and brewery related memorabilia, as well as the totally true blue National Holden Museum.


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Shepparton Motor Museum

The Shepparton Motor Museum features a constantly changing display of cars, motor bikes, pedal cars and memorabilia. A leading tourist attraction for...

Art galleries

Gateway Village

Situated on the Lincoln Causeway, between Albury and Wodonga, Gateway Village is home to an array of quality artists, fine art galleries, theatres, a...


Echuca Historical Society Museum and Archive

Echuca Historical Society Museum and Archive has an extensive historical collection that dates back to 1867. This is housed in the National Trust...


Tocumwal Historic Aerodrome Museum

The Tocumwal Historic Aerodrome Museum documents the history of and the importance of Mcintyre Airfield in Tocumwal, and also post war operations...


Jindera Pioneer Museum

The Jindera Pioneer Museum is contained within a remarkable old store and home that belonged to the pioneering Wagner family. The 'store' is stocked...

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Art Space

The Corowa Art Space Collection showcases the prize winners in all sections of the annual Corowa Federation Art Show that have been acquired by the...

Art galleries

Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery

Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery is well recognised as having one of Australia's most comprehensive collections of native art. Along with a growing...

Art galleries

Gallery 294 Corowa

Gallery 294, a co-operative of local artists, is open seven days a week, 362 days a year. Visitors of all ages can chat to the artist on duty or...


Gerogery Doll Museum

The Gerogery Doll Museum is the largest collection of dolls in the Riverina, all housed in St Mary’s 1930s Church. The collection consists of over...


Tatura Irrigation and Wartime Camps Museum

Tatura Irrigation and Wartime Camps Museum houses a unique collection based on the seven World War II Prisoner of War and Internment Camps of the...

Heritage buildings

Bonegilla Migrant Experience

Visit a rare surviving example of a post war migrant camp featuring remnant huts and buildings of Block 19, one of the original accommodation blocks.


Furphy Museum

150 years of history are celebrated at the Furphy Museum. The most distinctive product to carry the Furphy brand is the farm water cart. Conceived as...


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Things to do

Aboriginal Victoria

Find sites of significance along the Murray River and visit Mungo National Park, home of Mungo Man and Woman whose remains date back 42,000 years.

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Tour the Murray River and discover lush farmland and desert landscapes, red gums, historic paddle steamers, and sample local food and wine.

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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.

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History and heritage

Board a paddle steamer, explore pioneer homesteads, and learn about indigenous tribes who have lived in the area for over 40,000 years.