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Welcome to the Gannawarra

The Gannawarra located in the Murray Region.

Dreaming of your next nature based experience?

Discover the many lakes, rivers and forests; perfect for fishing, camping and water sports. Explore the rugged wetlands and ageless national parks. Experience activities, tours and walks, cafes and dining.

Winter in the Gannawarra is perfect for long nights by an open campfire, and creating your own heat bushwalking and mountain biking through our glorious natural environment. Skip the crowds and spend quiet time in the most beautiful and tranquil place on earth.

There is a perfect place waiting for you!

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The Gannawarra Visitor Guide

Check out our new Visitor Guide for the Gannawarra!

Whether you want to unwind and relax, indulge or explore the great outdoors, the Gannawarra offers a diverse range of activities and experiences to suit you and your family.

Full of must do's, things to do, places to eat and where to stay.

You can pick up a copy at Gateway to Gannawarra Visitor Centre, Sir John Gorton Library and many hospitality businesses in Gannawarra towns.

Explore the Gannawarra - Victoria's Nature Based Tourism Destination

Explore Gunbower Creek

The Gunbower Creek breaks away from the Murray River near Torrumbarry and re-enters the Murray River near Koondrook.

It forms the western boundary of magnificent Gunbower Island with the Murray River bordering the eastern boundary.