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The Murray is one of the world's longest rivers. That means plenty of room for cruising on a houseboat, fishing and paddling. Or simply watching the world float by from a restaurant on the riverbank.
PS Emmylou on the Murray River at Echuca
Sit outside in authentic Balinese thatched huts set among tropical gardens and absorb the culinary delights of South East Asia.
Take a trip out to the Sun Country and discover an adventure lover's paradise, which is home to the largest River Red Gum forest in the world.
Settle in for top-notch seasonal and local produce, regional wines and a charming Little Murray River backdrop – yes, that includes paddle steamers.
A mountain stream in its upper reaches, the river turns into a meandering river lined with magnificent forests of red gum and sandy beaches.
See native fauna, plants and birdlife, Aboriginal heritage and the spectacular lunar-landscape Great Walls of China in ancient Mungo National Park.
Set up camp out in the Murray Sunset National Park and watch the vivid colours of the famous Pink Lakes change from deep pink to bright white.
Paddle steamers, luxury houseboats, canoes and skis, wineries, restaurants, markets and tees: eight great reasons to visit the Murray this summer.
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Make the Murray River your home with a relaxed holiday on a fully-equipped houseboat.
Tee off on a course along the banks of the beautiful Murray River.
Venture into the diverse Murray region and meet the local fauna.
Dine at riverside restaurants and imbibe in rustic wineries.
Experience the best of the mighty Murray river out on the water.
Board a paddle steamer, explore pioneer homesteads, and learn about local indigenous history.
The Murray is a golfing haven with courses along the banks of the beautiful Murray River.
Venture into the diverse terrain of the Murray region and cross paths with the local fauna.
The Murray's list of renowned eateries and boutique producers grows with each passing year.
Enjoy white water thrills, paddle through flooded forests, or the captain of your own houseboat.
Enjoy water and sporting activities while soaking up the Mediterranean weather and learn about Corowa's part in Australia's Federation movement.
Get active in the busy twin towns of Barham and Koondrook, where great fishing, quality sporting facilities and renowned wetlands draw in the crowds.
Boasting a warm climate, cultural festivals, great dining and myriad water-based activities, Echuca-Moama is the perfect family getaway destination.
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This neck of the woods sounds distinctly different.
It's like starring in your very own nature documentary.
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