alert-circle-i arrow-down arrow-left arrow-up at-sign calendar clock email-84 facebook globe instagram linkedin mail marker phone location tags twitter youtube

Cohuna

Discover the many things to do in Cohuna on page 7 of the Gannawarra Visitor Guide

Cohuna, located on the Murray Valley Highway between Echuca and Swan Hill, is a scenic township situated on the banks of Gunbower Creek, which forms the border of Gunbower Island.

Upon your arrival drop into the Gateway to Gannawarra Visitor Centre to discover things to do during your stay. The modern visitor information hub provides brochures, maps and details about the region. The centre is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm and weekends and public holidays from 10am to 2pm (closed special public holidays).

Cohuna’s main street provides a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Take some time to browse retail stores and giftware before grabbing some lunch to enjoy along the waterfront.

Cohuna Beach

Cool down along the sandy shores of Cohuna Beach at Apex Park. The perfect location for swimming, kayaking and a picnic with family and friends. The park offers an all-abilities adventure playground, impressive skate park and modern BBQ facilities and is only a short walk from Cohuna Waterfront Holiday Park, free RV campsite and main shopping strip.

Jens On George is a must visit, attracting visitors from afar with its great atmosphere and indulgent menu of waffles, burgers, beers and more!

Along the main street you can dine at The Bower Tavern for pubfare favourites, Kimmy's Cafe for coffee and lunch or drop into The Big Cohuna - Ice Cream & Cafe.

The majestic Gunbower National Park and Gunbower State Forest provide a picturesque natural bush setting for campers who regularly visit the area. The majority of visitors spend time relaxing in their riverside camps, bushwalking, fishing, bird watching or kayaking along the creek. The many walking and cycling tracks in the Gunbower forest are accessible from Cohuna and the many campsites along the Murray River or Gunbower Creek provide a real nature based experience.

Water sports are popular on the Gunbower Creek just upstream of town with visitors returning annually for their water-based holidays.

Local events include weekly parkrun and the Cohuna Farmers and Makers Market held on the fourth Sunday of the month in Garden Park.