Uncluttered, unspoiled, uncrowded.....if only all camping spots were this good! 175 kilometres of prime river frontage along the mighty Murray means you can find your perfect camp spot just metres away from the river bank. Kick back, throw in a line, snuggle up next to the campfire and in the memorable words of that great Australian movie, The Castle.......’how’s the serenity’!


Enjoy those fresh mornings with mother nature admiring the majestic River Red Gum forests while the native birdlife begins to wake.

The kids will love nothing more than toasting marshmallows on the campfire and why not cook up a storm with a delicious camp-oven cook off.

Spring is the best time to camp in the region, with the wildlife coming out to enjoy the sunshine and plenty of tracks and trail to explore along the river banks. 


Bush & River Camping

For tent campers and campervanners, bush camping in the state forests, national parks and red gum reserves in the region is hard to beat, with sandy beaches and secluded spots connected by river tracks.


Find your favourite Bush Camping spot


Caravan Parks

Pitch your tent or park your van at one of the many caravan parks all right on the river or lake. From unpowered ‘primitive’ spots off the beaten track to fully powered caravan parks with pools and cabins, there’s accommodation to suit any style.



Murray River Access Guide for Albury through to Lake Mulwala

Murray River Access Guides

Full of detailed maps and information on the area, the Murray River Access Series helps you enjoy the region. Excellent for camping, fishing, boating, or just as a handy guide to have while enjoying the Murray River.


Murray River Access Guides can be purchased from the Corowa Visitor Information Centre



Dump Points

Visitors can use the free dump points and access potable water at Rower’s Park Corowa, Lowe Square Howlong and Owen Bridge Reserve Mulwala.