Touring the Murray
Albury Wodonga to Mildura
659 km/412 miles, about 8.5 hours
Experience the mighty Murray River – one of the world's great rivers. Follow its serpentine path from the mountains of the Great Dividing Range in north-east Victoria to the desert country and wide open plains of South Australia. Explore the towns dotted along the river as it makes its way to the ocean, sample local food and fresh produce from Victoria's food bowl, and discover the rich Aboriginal heritage and pioneer history of the region.
242 km/150 miles, about 3.25 hours
Discover the source of The Murray up in the mountains and sample leading wines in the Rutherglen region.
153 km/97 miles, about 2 hours
See the world's largest fleet of operating paddle steamers on the Murray River and visit the Port of Echuca.
264 km/165 miles, about 3.25 hours
Head from Swan Hill to Mildura, the oasis on the Murray, taking in river bushland and stunning deserts.
Whether a novice or a serious angler, come cast a line for the famed Murray cod, trout or golden perch in the rivers and lakes of the Murray region.
From wineries and hatted restaurants to country pubs and farm gates, the list of eateries and boutique producers grows with each passing year.
Relive the glory days of the pioneer era and take in the sights along the way with a journey down the Murray River on an historic paddle steamer.
A mountain stream in its upper reaches, the river turns into a meandering river lined with magnificent forests of red gum and sandy beaches.