Proclaimed in 1875. Numurkah’s rural township in northern Victoria is about mid-way between Shepparton and the Mighty Murray River.
It is situated right on the Broken Creek, in the Murray Valley irrigation area.
Explore the main street where you will find speciality shops, cafes and country-style pubs, as well as manicured parks and gardens and many historical buildings.
Being at the centre of a thriving agricultural area, Numurkah is an excellent base for touring the Murray Farm Gate Trail with a winery, cheesemaker and garlic farm close by.
Numurkah has an excellent network of walking and cycling paths that wind their way from the parks and gardens in the centre of town to Kinnairds Wetland approximately two kilometres away - a popular spot for birdwatching.
The Broken Creek and the town's lake exude a relaxed, friendly atmosphere so are great places to throw in a line or if a sport is more your thing, enjoy a round of golf, bowls or tennis in the sunshine.