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OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES

With over 500km of spectacular river frontage, amazing natural bush land and clear fresh water lakes, there is no better place to enjoy the great outdoors than in the Heart of the Murray. Imagine escaping your daily routine with a camp site beside the iconic Murray River or the water lapping up against your 'doorstep' at Lake Boga, while deciding between fishing, water skiing or just exploring the region's many natural wonders.

CANOEING & KAYAKING

There is no better way to connect with our rivers and lakes than by canoe or kayak. Enjoy the serenity and wildlife this activity has to offer.

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CAMPING

Visitors to Swan Hill have a wide choice of accommodation styles from 4.5-star hotels to billion-star camping, but – for many –visiting the area just wouldn’t be the same unless they were camped right by the water.

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FISHING

People have been lured to the Murray River in the Swan Hill region for thousands of years, trying their luck, feeding their communities, just relaxing – but all the time hoping to land a famed Murray Cod.

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TRAILS

With the sunscreen applied and a hat (or helmet) on your head, the Swan Hill region is a great place to explore on foot or by bike.

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WATERSKIING

Head down to Lake Boga and get the adrenaline flowing by strapping on a pair of waterskis.

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Must Experiences

Cross the Murray River in style on the quirky Speewa Punt, which is one of the last remaining operational  punts along the river today.
 
Walk through the Nyah-Vinifera Park.
 
Take the family down to the ten steps and enjoy the serenity at the picturesque  Riverside Park.

 

 

Hidden Gems

Take a leisurely stroll along the banks of the Murray River in Swan Hill and discover the majestic wetlands.
 
Talk a scenic walk around the foreshore of Lake Boga and discover Turtle Lagoon.
 
Pack your camping gear and stay a night or two right on the banks of the Murray River at the Loddon Floodways - Pental Island.