Robinvale Region

Robinvale's magnificent sunshine, fantastic surroundings and unspoiled river makes this an ideal destination for relaxing

The winding river banks that stretch for kilometres are perfect for all sorts of water front activities, you can fish, water ski, swim, camp, bike ride, bird watch and bush walk. You can do all this while taking in the ever changing landscapes the horticultural and agricultural industries offer.

With close access to Mungo National Park as well as Yanga and Hattah Kulkyne National Parks, Robinvale is the perfect place for those wanting to relax and explore.

To find out more on what to see and do in the Robinvale region, simply visit the new Discover More Robinvale site and start exploring today. 

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Things to do

  • Discover Rural Life Museum

    Reminisce about the region's early settlement days, with an amazing display of vintage machinery and iconic memorabilia that will take you back to the 18th century. Look out for the 1897 Hercules Gas Engine, which is one of only three in the world.

  • Discover Riverwalk

    Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the banks of the Murray River, and take in the natural beauty and serenity this region has to offer. The trail links the Robinvale Foreshore Reserve to the Robinswood Historical Homestead and the famous ‘Cut’.

  • Discover Robinswood Historical Homestead

    Visit this heritage listed building and learn about its amazing past. The homestead is a lovely maintained building, showcasing a home with features well ahead of the times. Situated in a beautiful rural setting, this is an experience that will take you back to another era.

  • Discover Southern Cross Windmill

    The windmill was erected in 1948 and was originally used to supply water for the town of Robinvale. It is reportedly the largest windmill in the southern hemisphere standing 60 foot (18.3 metres) with a 30 foot (9.1 metres) wheel diametre.