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Tasty times at the twin towns

Snapshot of Cobram Barooga attractions

1.       Pack a picnic and head to one of the many sandy beaches along the Murray.
2.       Cruise, canoe, hike or drive and explore the amazing Barmah National Park.
3.       Enjoy fresh locally grown produce and meet the producers on the Farm Gate Trail.
4.       Tee off at one of the championship golf courses.
5.       Enjoy a cruise on board Kingfisher Cruises, spot an array of wildlife and take in the amazing scenic views of the Barmah wetlands.
Cobram Barooga sits in a delicious spot; right in the middle of Victoria’s food bowl. It’s the perfect base to take a tour of the even more tasty Farm Gate Trail.  Free camp or choose from superb accommodation options on both sides of the Murray River and set out on one of the suggested itineraries and taste the delights of the region.  Choose from the Wine Down Trail, Gourmet delights, off the beaten track and other self-guided trails. 
This is the place for produce without pretence. Each Farm Gate offers a completely different experience. Visit the Farm Gate Trail operators and local produces, all passionately involved in all stages of harvest, production and sales. Many are iconic characters with stories to tell, so make sure you take time to soak up the atmosphere and discover the gems of Sun Country on the Murray.
One of Australia’s largest inland beaches, Thompson’s beach, is within easy reach of the centre of town and a great place to take a re-energising swim or take a bushwalk. Unwind at Quinn Island Wetlands Sanctuary. Explore the well formed trail winding its way through River Red Gum and Silver Wattle Forest with a great bird hide that overlooks a billabong presents and opportunity to stop native birds. 
If you prefer to move a little faster, grab a bike, kayak, or boat and get exploring one of the most picturesque areas of the Murray River region. Discover the majestic river red gum forest and native bushland, or slow it right down and drop your line in your own secret spot.
The 36 holes at the 2 championship courses at the Cobram Barooga Golf Club are a great way to earn your dinner, as the many players who return again and again can attest.
For more information on accommodation, attractions and things to do and see in Cobram Barooga visit their website.

Cobram Barooga Visitor Information Centre

Address: 2 Station Street
Suburb: Cobram
Phone: Ph: (03) 5872 2132
Fax: (03) 5871 1727
Freecall: 1800 607 607
Opening Hours: 9am to 5pm Daily; Closed Christmas Day 
Email: [email protected]