Tocumwal is located on the New South Wales border by the banks of the magnificent Murray River. The river is important for agriculture and is popular for water sports such as waterskiing, canoeing, swimming, boating and fishing for the famous Murray cod and yellowbelly.
Enjoy its riverside beaches, bushwalking, camping grounds and native wildlife. Tocumwal is home to a championship standard 36 hole golf course, bowling greens, pony club and football oval.
During World War II Tocumwal had the largest airport base in the Southern Hemisphere. Today, the aerodrome has a residential airpark and the Tocumwal Aviation Museum, which tells the WW2 history and a lot more about aviation history, including gliding.