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Swimming

Swimming to cool off

Taking a dip in a river, lake or pool is a great way to unwind on a hot summer's day. And there are many ways to make a splash in the Corowa Region, from beautiful foreshore locations to local swimming pools.

AM Great Outdoors At the River 9

Natural waterways

Spend the day at the Corowa Lagoon, located at the gateway to the region as you travel over the border from Victoria. This beautifully landscaped area is perfect for safe swimming, away from the sometimes fast flowing river. With picnic tables in a beautiful grassed area, a boat ramp and public toilets located at nearby Rowers Park - there's hours of fun and relaxation to be had.

Visit Memorial Park or try Lions Park in Howlong; two more picturesque foreshore locations with all the facilities you need for a day's swimming adventure.

Fun at corowa pool

Swimming pools

The Mulwala Foreshore Swimming Pool offers the experience of swimming in Lake Mulwala, yet provides safety barriers from nearby boats. This Olympic sized pool follows a similar concept to many sea baths, but uses the fresh water of the Murray River. Located on the foreshore in Mulwala, the lush grassed areas and nearby picnic spot make it a great location for a family picnic under the trees.

If your in Mulwala or Yarrawonga in summer, don’t miss the inflatable challenge of Aquazone on Lake Mulwala.

The Howlong, Oaklands and Urana outdoor public swimming pools, which are open seasonally, provide cool water and host activities and facilities that will keep the kids (and overheated grown-ups) amused until sunset.

AM Great Outdoors Girl at the River

Water activities

If you feel like more than a gentle swim, try some of the many watersports activities. With canoes, fishing boats, barby boats, and an inflatable obstacle course on offer there are many ways to make a splash in the Corowa Region.