It's Nature country

Camping at Town Beach, Tocumwal, one of the many sandy beaches in the region

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Discover the treasures of the region.

Explore natural bushland, creeks and billabongs set amongst hundreds of species of plants, colourful wildflowers and towering gumtrees.

Take a relaxing stroll along the river walk and view the many types of birds which can be found nestling in the area. At first light and dusk listen to the Corella’s screeching as they fly overhead.

Murray River Beaches & Regional Parks  

Murray River Beaches & Regional Parks

The Murray River, with its majestic river red gums, sandy beaches and a large variety of wildlife, provides the perfect backdrop for a unique getaway.

The Blowhole Reserve

The blowhole is a natural phenomenon in an outcrop of granite rocksWhen the Murray River is low, the blowhole flows and bubbles. It seems to "come alive".

The Drop  

The Drop

Located on the Mulwala Canal, this is Australia's first hydroelectric power station on an irrigation canal.

WAAAF Creek Walk  

WAAAF Creek Walk

Meander along the WWII Women's Auxillary Australian Air Force Memorial Creek Walk, extending 3.2km from the town centre, enjoy the local native species of flora and wildlife which frequent this area.


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