More information about this region of The Murray.
Tumbling from its source in the High Country, the Murray River is one of the world's great waterways, flowing through river red gum forests, wetlands teeming with birdlife, rich agricultural land and busy river towns.
Here is your chance to discover the charm of the paddle steamer era when the Murray River was a vital transport system linking the inland to the coast.
Activities abound - pick fruit, sample wine, hire a houseboat and try catching the famous Murray Cod. The river is also famous for its many high quality golf courses, sporting venues and the Murray River long distance swim.
Explore The Murray Region from the paddle steamer capital of Australia, Echuca-Moama. From here you can take a cruise or hire a houseboat, for paddle steamers and riverboats still pull into its historic wharf.
Bask on the sunny shores of Lake Mulwala. Visit Corowa, centre of agriculture in the region with its colourful history associated with its role as a river port.
Albury-Wodonga, roughly half way between Sydney and Melbourne, is a great base from which to explore the whole region. The Alps, the goldfields, the heritage towns, the river valley and the wineries - all within easy reach.
For geographical contrast, the rural lands around picturesque Deniliquin, home of Merino wool, are worth a visit.
Wherever you go in The Murray Region, the mighty Murray River will never be far away. Your B&B accommodation will take you closer still!