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Make your way around the Murray with a local and find out about the region's hidden gems and best-kept secrets. Whether you're exploring by air, water or land, there are plenty of options for groups of all sizes and preferences.
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Corowa Shire is steeped in history, playing a significant role in the 1901 Federation of Australia. The Federation Story Self Guided Walking Tour...
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Murray River Paddlesteamers
From $10 - $65
All three of the Murray River Paddlesteamers boats offer one hour daily cruises and each has their own special charm. PS Emmylou is the darling of...
From $20 - $59
Wetlander Cruises provide an unique cruising experience that combines the natural beauty and wildlife of the tranquil Gunbower Creek with an...
Cruise Yarrawonga Mulwala
From $20 - $20
Come on board for a three hour cruise with full commentary and enjoy morning or afternoon tea. The smell and taste of delicious freshly baked scones...
Chelbec Tours & Charter
From $45 - $70
Chelbec Tours is a fun and informative tour with Chelbec Tours & Charter who will help you discover the beautiful countryside and villages that...
Sea Kayak Australia
From $435 - $510
Take this three-day, all-inclusive guided kayaking tour through one of the most picturesque sections of the Murray. The tour is conducted in a "laid...
From $28 - $28
Big Breaky Cruise on the mighty Murray River and seeing the sights of Lake Mulwala first thing in the morning.
Forest Air Helicopters
From $99 - $500
With so much to see around the Albury and Wodonga area, they can customise a flight that will suit your needs and budget. Below is just one of the...
River Tribe Adventures
From $99 - $99
Sit around your camp fire, enjoy a warm tarts picnic with local Prosecco, toast some mallows and enjoy the view before paddling back to Wangaratta....
River Country Adventours
From $245 - $245
If you love camping and the Australian bush, but are not too keen on putting up tents and setting up the camp, then River Country Adventours has the...
Discover the mighty Murray River
From wineries and hatted restaurants to country pubs and farm gates, the list of eateries and boutique producers grows with each passing year.
Board a paddle steamer, explore pioneer homesteads, and learn about indigenous tribes who have lived in the area for over 40,000 years.
Find handcrafted items created from river red gums and pick up fresh local produce from the specialty shops and cafes loaded with local delicacies.
Venture into the diverse terrain of the Murray region – farmland, red gum forests, wetlands and even desert – and cross paths with the local fauna.
For lovers of the great outdoors, The Murray River region is a sun-kissed wonderland full of striking natural landscapes and winding waterways.
Enjoy the quiet life in Balranald, on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, and the gateway to the World Heritage-listed Mungo National Park.
Enjoy water and sporting activities while soaking up the Mediterranean weather and learn about Corowa's part in Australia's Federation movement.
Bordering the outback and surrounded by citrus groves and vineyards, Mildura offers endless sunshine, great food and wine, and lots of outdoor fun.
In a fertile agricultural region, on the banks of the Murray River, Swan Hill is a top spot for fishing, great food and wine, and pioneer history.
Witness the merging of the Murray and Darling rivers, sandboard down the Perry Sandhills, and learn about Aboriginal heritage in Mungo National Park.
Shepparton has all the ingredients of a great holiday destination - Mediterranean weather, fine food and wine, art galleries and outdoor fun.
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