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The most relaxing Adelaide–Sydney stopover point, and a welcoming destination for all.

Popular for its riverside location, the area is also rich in industry from large-scale dry land cereal and livestock production, to small intensive horticulture, wineries and tourist businesses. It’s a vibrant community with plenty of attractions to explore, including the historic Tooleybuc Bridge built in 1925. The region has recently experienced significant growth through production of almond and pistachio nuts.

Tooleybuc boasts a number of beautifully maintained parks along the river that make for fabulous lunch or rest stops with plenty of amusement on offer for the kids. It's also a great part of the world to visit with your boat and fishing rod, featuring a community boat ramp in operation near the centre of town.

Must Do’s:

  • Cast a line in the Murray. Fishing in Tooleybuc is perfect for all levels of angler experience, from the beginner to the most experienced.
  • There’s a picturesque nine-hole golf course with river views at the Tooleybuc Sporting Club that golfers of all standards will enjoy. The club also houses a collection of tiff dwarf grass bowling greens. Be sure to check out the latest events as visitors are always welcome to join the field and play with the locals.
  • Drop into the cellar door of Andrew Peace Wines (Piangil), one of Australia’s largest family-owned wineries. BBQ and pizza oven available on request.
  • Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the river, Tooleybuc River Walk is a easy and peaceful 1.7km walk.
  • Visit the Bridge Keepers Cottage Community Op Shop located in a charming heritage building, with a rich history.
  • Picnic in the park along the river. Mensforth Park features a brand new children playground and outdoor kitchen, bbqs and undercover deck area at the nearby Bridge Keepers Cottage.
  • Be amazed at the size of the Giant Mallee Root (the biggest stump in NSW and second largest in the world according to the Guinness World Records) and learn all about the rare and endangered Dinosaur Ant. Both are on display at the Tooleybuc Sports Club.
  • Built in 1925, the heritage-listed Tooleybuc Bridge is a timber truss and steel lift-span bridge over the Murray River. The bridge is of technical significance for its sophisticated design and construction. It was the last of a series of bridges over the Murray River that incorporated central lift spans with innovative truss spans, which still operates today.
  • Head 35 minutes north of Tooleybuc and you'll find Yanga National Park. Step in to the past and explore the history of Yanga National Park’s pastoral and Aboriginal heritage at the historic homestead or Lake Yanga is perfect for birdwatchers.

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