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. Get your adrenalin pumping on Lake Mulwala behind a ski boat or aboard a jet ski.
The twin towns of Yarrawonga Mulwala, on the banks of Lake Mulwala, is the perfect destination for visitors looking for adventure and water based activities. With the region's long summer days and calm conditions, it is a perfect place to get out on the water and go water-skiing or wakeboarding, to try your hand at sailing, or simply take a leisurely paddle and experience Lake Mulwala and the Murray River.
It’s all hit, no miss at any of Sun Country’s golf courses. The Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club, located alongside the Murray River and with 45 holes of golfing paradise, is an epic, while the Peter Thomson-designed Black Bull Golf Course is a modern 18-hole course hugging the banks of Lake Mulwala.
Revisit the region’s pioneering past at the National Trust-listed Byramine Homestead, built in 1842 by famous explorer Hamilton Hume for his sister-in-law Elizabeth and her nine children. Treat yourself to Devonshire Tea under the shade of the balcony, or try one of the beers brewed on the premises.
For the ultimate foodie experience, follow the Farm Gate Trail, a self-driving route to local farming properties and an opportunity to meet the local growers who provide much of Australia’s fresh food, wine and cheese. Sample the local produce and sit back and congratulate yourself on holidaying in the region that has it all.
For more information on accommodation, attractions and things to do and see in Yarrawonga Mulwala visit their website and for the Corowa Region encompassing Corowa, Howlong & Mulwala visit their website