Get lost in the changing landscapes of The Murray, from its lakes and rivers, sand dunes and rugged deserts to the red gum forests and magnificent sunsets. Find a quiet spot, hit pause and reflect on the region's ancient Aboriginal history and fascinating pioneer heritage.
Mix 'n match
Follow the path of The Murray River as it runs along the border of Victoria and New South Wales from Corryong to Mildura. Climb the viewing tower at Junction Park in Wentworth to see the confluence of the Murray and Darling rivers – a spectacular display of swirling waters.
Across the water
Soak up 360 degree views of the river on a houseboat or historic paddle-steamer. Enjoy the tranquility as you drift past pristine sandy beaches, farmland and forests of giant river gums.
See native fauna, plants and birdlife, Aboriginal heritage and the spectacular lunar-landscape Great Walls of China in ancient Mungo National Park.
A mountain stream in its upper reaches, the river turns into a meandering river lined with magnificent forests of red gum and sandy beaches.