relaxing place to live or to
The Upper Murray is
a nature theme
where you can experience Australia's
highest mountains and the best part
of Australia's longest
river, the Murray River, and its upper rivers,
creeks and streams.
Stay a week
Love to catch
have premier rivers, creeks and
lakes fed by the melted snows of the
Australian Alps, which are full of fish up for the challenge. Trout and Murray
Cod are plentiful.
Love to ski?
skiing action in the Upper Murray all year round. Snow
ski the Snowy Mountains in
winter. It is an easy day trip from the Upper Murray to Thredbo or Mt.
Selwyn. Water ski Khancoban Dam in summer.
Love to get out into the open air and feel
Then our meandering and interlinking
roads through the Upper Murray valleys are
perfect, both for horse, man and machine powered
The Upper Murray is a god-send for motor
cyclists and touring cars.
Off road, there are many tracks waiting
for 4-wheel drive enthusiasts,
mountain bike riders and
riders to explore.
Hiking and Bush walking adventures await in
Love taking great
amazing lookouts, beautiful waterfalls, magical mountains, stunning parks
and amazing wildlife will provide the perfect back drop or
subject. Take a picnic and really seize the
Love to fly like a
gliders, paragliders and pilots of small planes, have we got the great
place for you. We have the facilities and we are waiting for you. The sky really is
the limit here.
Love to taste the best meat Australia has to
Then you definitely cannot leave the
Upper Murray until you have tasted the fruits of our agricultural industry -the most delicious grass fed beef, tender lamb and succulent pork
in Australia. Ask at any of our local restaurants for a
taste of the Upper Murray's finest.
Love to learn about
It's just not
the household names that are important markers of our nation's history. The
richness of our country's history is found in the stories and artifacts
of ordinary people living in extraordinary
Man From Snowy River Museum' in Corryong and our major annual festival, The Man From
Snowy River Bush Festival, both keep
our stories of the past alive. Come and learn about 'our' piece of Australian
Love to learn more? then
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