Whether it’s a relaxing fishing trip on the banks of Lake Mulwala, enjoying a spot of history and culture at the Pioneer Museum or wining and dining around the region, there’s so many things to do between the cities of Yarrawonga and Mulwala. The hardest part will be picking what to do first.
Things to do in Yarrawonga Mulwala
From soaking up the sunshine on the banks, to getting out on the water and into the action, Yarrawonga and Mulwala offer a water sports playground for all to enjoy. Whether you are wanting to cruise the river on a boat, get a hit of adrenaline water-skiing, cast a line fishing on Mulwala Lakes or feel the need for speed on a jet ski, Lake Mulwala is the place for you. Located directly opposite to the park both the lake and boat ramp are easily accessible for guests, making getting on the water a breeze.
There is no better way to immerse yourself in nature than enjoying the many walking trails spread throughout the Murray River Region. Yarrawonga Regional Park also known as The Common is a stunning riverfront reserve where you can spend your time winding through the red gum forest, marvelling at its abundance of birdlife and taking in the glorious Mighty Murray on a 3.5km track. If you’re looking to explore more of Lake Mulwala from the land, make sure to visit the Owen Bridge Reverse and Kyffins Reserve. The 2km walking tracks hug the shoreline of Lake Mulwala while taking you through lush bushland.
History and culture
Discover one of the largest and most comprehensive exhibits of the early pioneering days at the Pioneer Museum. Located only 4 minutes from the park and open Wednesday to Sunday, the display houses pioneering artefact and relics from the regions past. For more of the area’s history take a step back in time and visit Savernake Station. The house and museum features 20 fully furnished rooms depicting the lifestyle back in the 1800’s as well as a 1921 Woolshed, 1876 Selectors hut, box-pine woodland, wetland and Aboriginal cultural sites.
Wine and dine
With spectacular vineyards serving up perfectly crafted wines, the finest of cheeses and superb olive groves, gourmet country is waiting to be discovered in Yarrawonga. Set the border of New South Wales and Victoria, the area offers the best produce of both states. If you’re a wine connoisseur a visit to the All Saints Estate Wines is a must. Stroll around the vineyard before visiting the cellar door for a wine tasting, or drop into the provider shop, Indigo Cheese Co. For those looking to discover the freshest produce of sun country, make sure to check out the Farm Gate Trail.
For a hit of golf while on holidays, your options in Yarrawonga are vast. Offering some of the best facilities in Victoria, the area is a golfing paradise so make sure to pack your clubs. Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club is 45 holes of golfing bliss and the largest public access golf resort in Australia. The club not only offers immaculate greens but fantastic facilities including spa, gym, swimming pool and tennis courts on site. For exquisitely landscaped holes wrapped around the waters of Lake Mulwala, make sure to visit Black Bull Golf Course. The full 18-hole course offers championship level presentation, allowing you to feel like a pro regardless of your par.
Family friendly fun
Offering an endless number of outdoor activities, NRMA Yarrawonga Mulwala Holiday Park is the perfect family-friendly holiday destination. While on holidays enjoy a visit to Tunzafun, a community run fun park sure to keep the kids smiling from ear to ear. Take a ride on the mini train or dodgem cars, have a hit at the 18-hole mini golf course or reach new heights on the in-ground trampolines. The best part? all profits go back into improving the park for the community. Or for a splash of fun and to escape the heat the Yarrawonga Foreshore is the place to be. Take the little and big kids to the splash park, cruise down the waterside or shred at the skatepark.