Barham – back to nature
Barham, and it’s smaller twin Koondrook, are surrounded by national parks, state forests, picturesque recreation areas and plenty of opportunities to get out into nature. Choose one or more options for a long afternoon, including bushwalking, fishing, birdwatching, strolling the Barham Boardwalk and Redgum Statue Walk and taking a relaxing Gunbower Creek cruise on the Wetlander, just 10 minutes south of Barham.
There’s plenty to do in town as well, with unique shopping and accommodation options. If you’ve brought your tent, there are no end of places to pitch it, either surrounded by forest or on the side of the river.
Continue the journey
For campers and bushwalkers, Barham is a great spot to settle in and stay a while. But if it’s time to get on the road again, you can continue you’re exploration of River Country with our Perricoota Trail, winding eastwards towards Echuca Moama.
If you’ve done this trail in reverse order and have landed near Swan Hill, take a look at the Wakool Murray trail which takes you into the heart of the Riverina.
Download the trail guide here
Follow the Perricoota Trail
Follow the Wakool Murray Trail