North of the Murray – Discover our Region

Discover more North of the Murray in Mulwala, Corowa, Howlong, Urana and country villages.

More to see

Explore our open waters, open plains. Open roads and open skies.

Our local waterways are the perfect base for a fun holiday of waterskiing, kayaking, fishing or paddle boarding.

Explore cycling and walking trails and river reserves between Mulwala and Corowa. You’ll discover quiet places to picnic, paddle and camp. Highlights include Redlands Reserve in CorowaMemorial Park in Howlong, and Kyffins Reserve in Mulwala, which are ideal for a swim, picnic and barbecue.

There’s plenty to keep the kids busy too, with modern adventure playgrounds in our regional towns, as well as the toddler-friendly splash park at the Corowa Aquatic Centre.

More to learn

The towns and villages North of the Murray are ripe for discovery, with ancient and federation history to explore and a vibrant cultural life to experience.

Discover the story of the Bangarang, our first inhabitants, at our museums. Look out for galleries, artisan shops and sculptures, and learn about the creation of magnificent Lake Mulwala, and the history of Corowa and Howlong along self-guided history trails. There’s also art, including surprising sculptures in our rural villages, and a celebration of Tom Roberts’ most iconic painting on the Shearing the Rams trail.

More water

We are about more than the Murray River here, with many ways to enjoy the water all year round. Cast a line in one of our quiet streams and watch the afternoon drift by near Corowa and Howlong. Or make a splash with aquatic fun at the Urana Aquatic Centre, an ideal location for the young ones to learn to waterski.

On the Murray itself, enjoy a tranquil night or two on a houseboat between Corowa and Mulwala, then enjoy the spectacular sunset and tasty dinner on Lake Mulwala aboard a cruise boat.

More to play

This region offers world class golf, horse racing, lawn bowls and spectator sports experiences. The Corowa Golf Club, Howlong Golf Resort and Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Resort are the ultimate golfing hat trick, all with onsite dining and accommodationCorowa, Howlong and Mulwala are also renowned for their superbly manicured lawn bowling greens and excellent club facilities.

You can also enjoy a day of country racing at one of the Corowa Race Club’s six annual race days, taking place across the whole year.

More taste

From the farm gate to a chocolate factory there’s something to indulge every taste in our region. Generous meals are served at local pubs in Oaklands, Daysdale and Balldale, or at the hotels, restaurants and clubs of Corowa, Mulwala and Howlong.

The Corowa Whisky and Chocolate Factory is the place for tipples, meals, grazing plates and the chance to make your own chocolate creation. You can always find tasty pizza, Chinese and other delicious fare at the Mulwala Water Ski Club, or head to Club Mulwala, Lake Mulwala Hotel and the Blacksmith Provedore for even more waterside dining.

Check the weekend calendar and pick up something fresh and local, and meet the farmers, makers and artisans at monthly markets in Corowa, Howlong and Mulwala.

Check in at one of our Visitor Information Centres when you arrive, for maps, insider tips on must-see attractions, and information about events and culturally significant sites.

More inspiration

Visit North of the Murray online

Corowa Visitor Information Centre

Civic Centre: 100 Edward Street, Ball Park, Corowa NSW 2646

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am–4pm, Sat 10am–3pm, Sun closed

T: 02 6033 3221

E: [email protected]

Yarrawonga Mulwala Visitor Information Centre

Irvine Street, Yarrawonga VIC 3730

Opening Hours: 9am–4pm daily

T: 03 5744 1989

E. [email protected]

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