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Corryong Visitor Information Centre

Address: 50 Hanson St, Corryong, Victoria 3707

Phone: 02 6076 2277  

Email: vic@towong.vic.gov.au

Corryong Visitor Information Centre provides exceptional insights into the region so you can experience all that the Upper Murray and Australia's iconic Man from Snowy River legend has to offer.

The legend of Jack Riley, renowned as the authentic Man from Snowy River who inspired Banjo Paterson with his tales of chasing wild Brumbies in the mountains behind Corryong, is closely woven into Corryong's history. This is iconic Australia, this is the home of the legend and the spirit of Jack Riley lives on today in the Upper Murray. Come and be part of the legend.

The Upper Murray region is also home to some of Australia's most pristine natural environment located in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains and at the headwaters of the mighty Murray River.

It provides easy access to nearby Kosciuszko National Park and Victoria's Alpine National Park. Of significance is Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park which is home to the largest monolith in the southern hemisphere and features some amazing and unique flora.

With arguably one of the best climates in Victoria, the region has a pristine environment for visitors to explore and reconnect with nature. Fresh rivers and streams run crystal clear and the mountain air is invigorating.

Take the time to explore Australia's High Country heart by touring the Snowy Valleys Way to Corryong. A natural alternative to travelling the Hume Highway, the Snowy Valleys Way links Wangaratta to Corryong (via Beechworth) and onwards to Gundagai (via Tumbarumba) in New South Wales. You will not be disappointed.

Discover unique histories, quaint country pubs, a diversity of nature based activities; open gardens, festivals and events, boating, golfing, fishing, four-wheel driving, bushwalking, Arts and crafts, flora and fauna and much more.

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Local directions

The Corryong Visitor Information Centre is located on the Murray Valley Highway at 50 Hanson Street, Corryong. The Centre is located opposite the Corryong Post Office and immediately in front of Attree Centre where public toilets, barbecue and playground facilities are available.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
  • Tour desk

Opening hours

Closed Christmas Day, Closed Good Friday and Open Anzac Day from 1pm.

Open 7 Days a Week
9:00am -5:00pm

Memberships

  • Tourism Alliance Victoria
  • Visitor Information Centre

Disabled access

All abilities access ramp located at the front of the building.

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