Upper Murray offers holidaymakers many activities and accommodation, from camping beside sparkling rivers or creeks in valleys to exploring the rugged mountain peaks and rocky outcrops.
With a range of quality caravan park options, each with a beautiful view over the countryside and available camping areas, campers can bring along their kayak, bike, and fishing rod to enjoy the Upper Murray’s land, according to a report.
The location’s caravan parks can be found near the town, by the river, or beside scenic farmland. The parks offer well-maintained facilities, hot showers, covered BBQ areas, powered and unpowered sites, reasonable rates, and friendly management to accommodate different guests.
Campers on a budget can also benefit from Upper Murray’s free camping options. The location offers many beautiful camping spots, some inside National Parks and others in public land reserves.
Campers, however, are reminded to check local rules and guidelines, like if the park or reserve allows pets and leaving campsites in good order and free from litter. They must also check fire danger ratings and restrictions before pitching a tent. Click here to learn about the campfire restrictions in place.
For a comprehensive free camping guide for North East Victoria, click here for the Regional Camping Guide.
Holidaymakers can also benefit from Upper Murray’s two public dump points at Corryong Saleyards on the corner of Donaldson street and Stock Route road and the Walwa Community Recovery Centre on O’Halloran Street.
The dump points are well sign-posted, and there is no charge to use these facilities. The Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) has a list of over three hundred public dump points. This list can be accessed on the CMCA website by clicking here. Corryong is proud to be a CMCA-registered RV-friendly town.