Murray River

Tocumwal, 2714, NSW, Australia

Tocumwal is on the New South Wales side of the Murray River, and just over 280 kms from Melbourne. The Newell Highway starts at Tocumwal and runs all the way to Goondiwindi on the Queensland border. One of the town’s more unusual attractions is the Big Murray Cod made from fibreglass and more than 6… Read More

NSW Murray River Escapes – Australia

NSW Escapes along the Murray River New South Wales towns along the Murray River include Albury, Barooga and Tocumwal… Read More

Moama NSW

Moama, NSW 2731 Moama and Echuca are two cities that are separated by the junction of the Murray, Campaspe and Goulburn Rivers as well as state lines. Moama is in south west New South Wales, while Echuca is a Victorian city. Nevertheless, the two cities live as one community, and are often referred to as… Read More

Corowa, 2646, NSW, Australia

Corowa is on the banks of the Murray River, on the New South Wales side of the border, west of Albury. It is 3 hours from Melbourne, 4 hours from Canberra and 6 hours from Sydney. The Australian Billy Cart Championships, held on Easter Saturday each year, is an event for all ages with competitors… Read More

Barooga, 3644, NSW, Australia

Barooga is a small NSW town and popular holiday resort on the Murray River opposite Cobram in Victoria. Cobram/Barooga is at the centre of a rich pastoral, dairy, fruit and wine-growing district, known as the ‘the food bowl of Australia’. Tocumwal is upstream, about 20 kilometres drive. The local council is Berrigan Shire Council Barooga… Read More

Albury New South Wales – Australia

Albury New South Wales Albury is a New South Wales city on northern bank of the Murray River. Together with the Victorian city of Wodonga on the south bank, it forms an urban area with a population of around 80,000. The city is surrounded mainly by agricultural land, including many vineyards. It is a short… Read More