| The Murray River region of New South Wales, as well as Victoria-is one of Australia’s most important rivers. Running for more than 2500km, the Murray River commences its journey in the mountains of the Snowy Mountains, filtering its way down to the coast in South Australia. The Murray River forms the lower border of New South Wales between Victoria. In times past, the Murray River was a great natural resource for the Aboriginals, who settled in the Murray River regions-in large numbers-while the whites in the area used the Murray River as a trading route.
Today, visitors come from the world over to enjoy the relaxing vibe and recreation that the Murray River provides travellers.
There are many attractions to interest travellers-from vast orange sand dunes in Wentworth, to manicured golf courses along the river region, vineyards to sample the local drop and a myriad of water sports to keep all levels of enthusiast happy, including- sailing, skiing, jet skiing, power boating and excellent river fishing.
Fishing is popular along the Murray River, with good catches of perch, yabbies and the famous “Murray Cod”
The Murray River region, has many artificial lakes, for further water sport excitement, including the largest water skiing school in the world at Lake Mulwala.
So come enjoy the gifts of the great Murray River region, but do book your accommodation, camping, tours or riverboat cruises well in advance to get the best deals available.|
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