Home to some of the most picturesque sections of the mighty Murray River, visitors are captivated by Cobram’s lifestyle, with wide sandy beaches, towering gums and native bushland blending together to create a unique environment.
One of Australia’s largest inland beaches, Thompson’s Beach, is easily accessible from the centre of town and is a great spot to soak up the tranquility of the river, enjoy a cruise, meet for a BBQ or picnic and have a hit of beach volleyball or cricket. It is also the perfect spot for hikers to head out to explore Quinn Island.
Golfers have long been challenged on the Cobram Barooga Golf Course, and the 36 holes on the Old and West courses keep visitors coming back again and again.
Cobram is situated in the heart of Victoria’s ‘Food Bowl’, and is the perfect place to base a tour of the region’s Farm Gate Trail. It is a magnet for holiday makers – golfers, anglers, campers, swimmers, kayakers and water skiers all come to enjoy this piece of paradise. Discover the region using bikes, boats and canoes, or simply stroll through the bush and drop in a fishing line.
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With a choice of schools, active sports clubs and a friendly country town feel, Cobram Barooga could be an ideal place to bring up your family.