For those wanting to explore the great outdoors and capture the real beauty of the might Murray River, then a visit to the Nyah Vinifera Park is a must see item while you are in the Swan Hill Region.
These majestic forests cover an area of 1,000 hectares of pristine nature including century old red gums, beautiful billabongs and lagoons, all alongside the banks of the Murray River. A key feature of these reserves is the track which acts as the 'spine' of the forest, with distinct features branching off the track along the way.
The features include wonderful camping sites, fishing spots, watering holes as well as key Aboriginal historical sites from the Wadi Wadi people such as canoe trees, middens and burial grounds.
Look out, as the forests abounds with an abundance of wildlife.
Stroll through the forests and enjoy a picnic at any one of the picnic tables scattered throughout the forests.
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