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Murray Valley National Park

Overview

Explore majestic river red gums or Ramsar-listed wetlands in Murray Valley National Park on a camping to the Riverina. Go birdwatching, fishing, bike riding and kayaking.

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Come and visit Eco certified Murray Valley National Park and Murray Valley Regional Park, established to protect the majestic river red gum forests of the Riverina’s Ramsar-listed wetland.

Part of the largest continuous red gum forest in the world, this region hosts a unique ecosystem with over 60 threatened native animal species and 40 threatened plant species. It is also an important place for Aboriginal people.

There are lots of things to do; camp out overnight by the river, go walking along the tranquil Gulpa Creek trail, fish for your dinner in the mighty Murray, paddle along the river in a canoe or kayak. If you're interested in birds, be sure to check out Reedbeds Bird Hide and look out for the yellow rosella as you ride the park's trails.

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Google Trekker, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: John Spencer

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Hurry to the Murray

Answer the call of the mighty Murray River. Australia's longest river has plenty of space for everyone. Camp or cast a line by the majestic river red gums. Paddle, walk or ride the tranquil trails, and soak up the beauty of these wetlands - a paradise for rare species.

Explore the mighty Murray River, Murray Valley National Park. Photo: Ben White
Friends fishing by the river. Photo: David Finnegan