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Swan Hill

Swan Hill is the perfect combination of regional charm and city sophistication and is a major regional centre for the surrounding region.

Swan Hill is home to a large agricultural sector that services the surrounding farmlands and the entrepreneurial spirit is very much alive, with Swan Hill boasting over 1300 small businesses.

Before European settlement in the nineteenth century, the Wamba-Wemba occupied the area around the Loddon River, reaching northwards from Kerang, Victoria to Matakupaat (Swan Hill). To this day they have a deep connection to Country and strong community ties.

Todays vibrant CBD offers boutique-style shopping, cafés and restaurants serving fresh local produce, gorgeous parks and gardens along the Riverfront and the town is easily navigated by foot.

Swan Hill is home to the iconic Pioneer Settlement and world-class Heartbeat of the Murray laser light show, the region boasts a variety of tourism and recreational experiences on offer. The Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery is another must visit, well recognised as having one of Australia's most comprehensive collections of naive art. Along with a growing collection of Australian works on paper, prints and drawings, the Gallery presents an exciting program of touring exhibitions and events throughout the year.

Visiting the region without experiencing the award-winning Murray Downs Golf and Country Club is like going to Sydney without seeing the harbour bridge. For those whose handicap is greater than their age, the experience of walking through the charming, perfectly groomed fairways and stunning signature holes will make up for all those miss-hits and lost balls.

You will find the town a hive of activity during the annual Food & Wine Festival, Swan Hill Racing Carnival, Easter holidays and during regular Golf & Tennis Tournaments.

Visit Discover More Swan Hill for an interactive map or click here a downloadable map of the Swan Hill region, including photos, videos.